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Archives: Taylor Twellman

Shake-Up: Twellman To Replace Harkes At ESPN

Posted on by Earl Reed

In a move that releases a collective, “Hoorah!” from most American soccer fans I know, Grant Wahl reports over at SI.com that ESPN will not bring back John Harkes for color commentary in 2012. Harkes has been a consistent lightning rod … Continue reading

Match Preview: New England Revolution v. Houston Dynamo

Posted on by Brian Zygo

- Photo by Katy Umana After what appeared to be another typical slow Dynamo start to the 2009 MLS Season, losing away matches to the San Jose Earthquakes and D.C. United and only getting draws with Columbus Crew and RedBull … Continue reading

Taylor’s Time?

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

With the recent World Cup qualifiers demonstrating how pathetically weak the US striker corps is the time has come for Bob Bradley to call back the player whose exclusion from the World Cup 2006 squad raised the most eyebrows. To … Continue reading

Time for Taylor Twellman

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

With the recent World Cup qualifiers demonstrating how pathetically weak the US striker corps is the time has come for Bob Bradley to call back the player whose exclusion from the World Cup 2006 squad raised the most eyebrows. To … Continue reading

Work Permit Rules Continue to Shun Americans

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

When is an “A” international not an “A” international? When the UK home office deems it not to be. Recall the plight of Cobi Jones one of the most decorated and accomplished players in the history of American Soccer. In … Continue reading

The Tale of Two American Forwards

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Our friend Steven Goff of the Washington Post is reporting late Sunday eastern time that Eddie Johnson has left the US National Team camp at the Home Depot Center and is en route to Craven Cottage to negotiate a contract … Continue reading

Twellman Staying in MLS Long Term

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Taylor Twellman, the 2005 MLS MVP who has been largely disappointing as a National Team player has agreed to a long term contract to stay with the New England Revolution of MLS. Rumors had linked Twellman with several European clubs.