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MLS Report

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

As the 11th season comes to a close and the playoffs draw near, let’s take a look at the teams and players that have made an impact this season. Parity seems to be the norm with only one team really … Continue reading

Pekerman would be a fine choice; Ericksson would not be

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Two notable international coaches have been linked with the US National Team vacancy this week: Former Argentina Coach Jose Pekerman, and former England boss Sven-Goran Erickson. Both coaches guided their previous sides to quarterfinal penalty kick defeats in germany 2006, … Continue reading

USL D1 Playoff Field Set

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

The USL First Division (second division overall in American soccer) playoff field is set. First Round Playoffs (3) Charleston Battery v (6) Puerto Rico Islanders (4) Vancouver Whitecaps v (5) Miami FC Semifinals 1) Montreal Impact v Vancouver/Miami winner (2) … Continue reading

EPL YANKS: ROUND 4

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Liverpool 0 3 Everton Tim Howard kept yet another clean sheet as he move merseyside seems to have paid dividends for Everton in this derby. Howard’s return to form has been great news for US Soccer, and he seems more … Continue reading

Upcoming Group Capsule Previews on the site

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer
2006 World Cup - Teamgeist

Monday 5/29: Group A Wednesday 5/31: Group B Friday 6/2: Group C Saturday 6/3: Group D Sunday 6/4: Group E Monday 6/5: Group F Tuesday 6/6: Group G Wednesday 6/7 : Group H

Thoughts on the US Performances Versus Morocco and Venezuela

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer
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The performance of the US National Team on Tuesday night in Nashville against Morocco was nothing short of embarrassing. Morocco is without a doubt the best side the US will face in the run up to Germany 2006, but Morocco … Continue reading