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Archives: United States

Do You Support Team Garber or Team Klinsmann?

Posted on by Matt Lichtenstadter
mls-soccer

Whether it’s promotion and relegation, or major USMNT players leaving Europe for the riches of MLS, Jurgen Klinsmann has taken numerous whacks at Don Garber’s piñata recently. And Mr. Garber, desperate not to lose any PR or standing in the … Continue reading

Alex Morgan Has The Skill And Charisma To Continue Landon Donovan’s Legacy as the Face of US Soccer

Posted on by Edgar Mendoza
alex morgan

In just a few days, U.S. soccer fans will witness the end of an era. This Friday, Landon Donovan will step onto the field as a national team player for the very last time, thus concluding one of, if not, … Continue reading

Landon Donovan’s Final USMNT Game Will Celebrate a Legend

Posted on by Matt Lichtenstadter
landon-donovan

Since Landon Donovan’s final USMNT game is Friday night in East Hartford, CT, it’s time to talk about legacies. Yes, the well will certainly run dry on this topic in short order, but before it goes as bare as the … Continue reading

3 Things We Learned From the Latest USWNT Friendlies

Posted on by Jacquelyn Brazzale
US women

After a combined score of 12-0 in a two game friendly series with Mexico, the United States Women’s National Team seems to be sitting in prime position heading into CONCACAF qualifying. There is little question on the American’s ability to … Continue reading

The Whirlwind Adventures Of The Dallas Tornado

Posted on by Thariq Amir
dallas tornandos

There are football tours, there are serious football tours and then there was the epic journey undertaken by the Dallas Tornado. Led by the charismatic Bob Kap the team traversed the globe in a near eight month tour from 1967 … Continue reading

2014 CONCACAF Women’s World Cup Qualifying Schedule

Posted on by Jacquelyn Brazzale
Jill Ellis

The stage is set for the United States Women’s National Team to start their 2015 World Cup campaign. First up, CONCACAF Qualifying against Trinidad & Tobago, Guatemala and Haiti. CONCACAF drew groups for World Cup Qualifying (also known as CONCACAF … Continue reading

USMNT Player Ratings In 1-0 Against The Czech Republic

Posted on by Abe Asher
rimando

The first friendly after a World Cup is usually a particularly mind-numbing affair, but there were certainly positives for the United States to take out of another win on European soil at the Czech Republic, and one big sound-bite from … Continue reading

USMNT v. Czech Republic Friendly Line-Up Prediction

Posted on by Chris Moore
U.S. Soccer World Cup Viewing Party - USMNT v Portugal

In their first match since the 2014 World Cup, the United States Men’s National Team faces off again the Czech Republic Wednesday night in Prague. Manager Jurgen Klinsmann has named a relatively young and inexperienced side for the friendly, with … Continue reading

USMNT Who’s Who: September 2014 Camp

Posted on by Spenser Davis
usmnt

Due to a variety of factors, United States men’s national team coach Jurgen Klinsmann has had to dig deep into the ranks of Europe-based US national team players or potential players. Major League Soccer’s odd and controversial schedule meant that … Continue reading

USMNT Friendly Against The Czech Republic A Stepping Stone For Russia 2018

Posted on by Jacquelyn Brazzale
jurgen-klinsmann

U.S. Men’s National Team will kick off their campaign to Russia 2018, with a friendly against the Czech Republic tonight. Manager Jürgen Klinsmann has enlisted the help of a 23-man squad in the team’s first post-World Cup game and the … Continue reading

A Review Of The Book “Why American Soccer Isn’t There Yet”

Posted on by Robert Hay
usa

The recent World Cup has spawned a number of books that not only look at the recent past of American soccer but what the men’s national team needs to do going forward. Many of these stories are being written by … Continue reading

USMNT Assistant Coach Andreas Herzog Extends Contract to 2018

Posted on by Jord Willis
Andreas Herzog

The US Soccer Federation has extended the contract of assistant coach Andreas Herzog until the 2018 World Cup in Russia, according to a report from Germany. Herzog, an integral part to Jurgen Klinsmann’s team that oversaw the United States’ impressive performance … Continue reading

An Interview With Former USA U-20 World Cup Defender Julian Valentin

Posted on by Edwin Jusino
Julian Valentin vs. Islanders 2010

Former LA Galaxy defender and Tampa Bay Rowdies captain Julian Valentin enjoyed a three year career as a professional soccer player before retiring in 2011.  Before that, he led Wake Forest to to their first NCAA National Championship title in … Continue reading

USA And England Fall In FIFA World Rankings While Germany Climbs to the Top

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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FIFA has released its latest World Rankings, which ranks the strongest teams in the world based on the average number of points they gain in a match as well as a combination of other factors. Germany climbs into first place … Continue reading

After Great Gains During World Cup, Hard Part Begins Again For American Soccer Fans

Posted on by Earl Reed
usmnt

It’s been such a great ride, this World Cup. We still have two matches left to consume, but the TV ratings have been through the roof, and the buzz for soccer has never been stronger around the United States. Now … Continue reading

Chicago Led the Nation in its Support of the USA World Cup Team

Posted on by Lou Bruno
U.S. Soccer World Cup Viewing Party - USMNT v Portugal

In the summer of 2014, it seemed that most of mainstream America caught the soccer bug at the same time. Overnight the entire country became a soccer nation. Work schedules were altered and tasks postponed (both business and personal) to … Continue reading

Front Covers From USA and Belgium Newspapers After Round of 16 Game [PHOTOS]

Posted on by Aram Gyan
las-vegas

Most newspapers flooded their front pages with pictures from the many joyous public gatherings that turned massive scenes of disappointment.  None did it better than the Las Vegas Review-Journal (see above). The juxtaposition between the fan looking left while the glasses fan … Continue reading

Mistakes of Past USA Games Haunt Team in World Cup Loss to Belgium

Posted on by Robert Hay
usa

In the end, the United States can only blame themselves for their elimination from the World Cup.  Although Belgium on paper were a more talented team, this game showed the United States was actually presented with a good match-up that … Continue reading