Archives: US National Team

USA 2-0 Panama: Match Highlights From World Cup Qualifier [VIDEO]

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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The US men’s national team got an all-important victory last night against Panama to move the team two points clear at the top of their CONCACAF World Cup qualifying group. With Mexico drawing yet again, this was a huge victory … Continue reading

Jamaica vs US Men’s National Team Goal Highlights [VIDEO]

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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The US men’s national team picked up a vital win on the road in World Cup Qualifying yesterday to lift the team into second place in their CONCACAF group. In case you missed the game, or if you want to … Continue reading

USA Defensive Frailties Give Jurgen Klinsmann Reasons For Concern

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer
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Jürgen Klinsmann has tried to meld the US into a more stylish, free-flowing side playing a 4-3-3 with an emphasis on possession. While the United States has continued to perform well on the attacking end, defensive frailties that were not … Continue reading

USA vs Germany and Brazil vs England, International Friendlies: Open Thread

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Both Roy Hodgson and Jurgen Klinsmann are under pressure to make sure that their respective team produces a better performance than the one we saw mid-week against weaker opposition compared to what England and the United States will face today. … Continue reading

USA vs Belgium, International Friendly: Open Thread

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Live from Cleveland, it’s the United States Men’s National Team against Belgium in an international friendly. For viewers in the United States, the game will be shown live on ESPN and ESPN3.com at 8pm ET. USA starting XI: Howard, D. Beasley, … Continue reading

USMNT Battles Through Squabbles For Solid March Results

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

What an amazing night down at the Estadio Azteca for the Stars and Stripes. Even though there wasn’t a magical goal that brought the entire stadium crumbling down you can definitely say that cracks in the armor on the greatest … Continue reading

Pragmatism Or Luck In USMNT’s 0-0 Draw With Mexico?

Posted on by Earl Reed

We’ve seen this script many times so far in the United States Mens National Team’s attempts to get results on foreign soil in 2014 World Cup Qualifying. -US plays football for a decent portion of the first half, -US holds … Continue reading

March 22nd: A Memory That Will Persist

Posted on by Earl Reed

In a different year, a different city, a different era, a 1-0 United States Men’s National Team home victory over Costa Rica may have been a ho-hum, run-of-the-mill result ground out in front of a sellout crowd. But this was … Continue reading

Feuerstein’s Fire USMNT And Red Bull Shows

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

2014 World Cup Qualifying USA Vs Costa Rica Friday, March 22nd Guests: Earl Reed, Chris Webb, Robert Hay 9:30 PM EDT – 6:30PM PDT Pre Game 30 Minutes Midnight EDT(WED) – 9:00PM EDT Post Game 1 Hour Saturday, March 23rd … Continue reading

USMNT Loses Tim Howard For March Qualifiers

Posted on by Earl Reed

The steady singularity that has stewarded the area for the United States Men’s National Team for the last few years is about to be disrupted. The Guardian reported today that Tim Howard suffered two bone fractures in his back while … Continue reading

US 0-0 Canada, or Why Should Fans Care About Camp Cupcake?

Posted on by Earl Reed

It’s been nearly two months since MLS Cup, and even longer since most fans’ teams cleared out their lockers and headed home for the winter. The holidays came and passed, as did the doom scenarios (whether you feared the Mayan … Continue reading

Be Bold Jurgen: Pick These Players for the US Men’s National Team

Posted on by Robert Hay

Tomorrow Jurgen Klinsmann will announce the roster invitations for the U.S. national team camp.  These players will make up the eligible roster for selection for the January 29 friendly against Canada as well as possibly the February 6 World Cup … Continue reading

Feuerstein’s Fire World Cup Qualifying Special

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

2014 FIFA World Cup Qualifying Pre & Post Game Shows: USA Vs Guatemala Tuesday, October 16th Pre-Game 6:30PM EDT – 3:30PM PDT, Post Game 9PM EDT – 6PM PDT Guest: Fellow MLS Talk Writer Earl Reed <paramname=”flashvars”value=”file=http://www.blogtalkradio.com%2ffeuersteinsfire%2fplay_list.xml%3Fitemcount%3D5&autostart=false&shuffle=false&callback=http://www.blogtalkradio.com/FlashPlayerCallback.aspx&width=210&height=270&volume=80&corner=rounded”/> Listen to internet … Continue reading

Antigua 1-2 US: EJ Bails Out Klinsmann…Or Does He?

Posted on by Earl Reed

As the clock pushed on towards the 90-minute mark on Friday night, most United States Men’s National Team supporters were dreading the worst. A 1-1 scoreline against the weakest team in Group A, yet another disappointing away result for a … Continue reading

Klinsmann’s Odd USMNT Roster Antics

Posted on by Earl Reed

The way that Jurgen Klinsmann has managed the selection and publicity of this weekend’s World Cup Qualifying roster for the Men’s National Team, you’d think this is a simple friendly and not a win or bust set of games. Last … Continue reading

The Warning Signs in a Big Win for U.S. National Team

Posted on by Robert Hay

This morning, U.S. soccer fans are again wearing their rose-colored glasses and celebrating the home team’s necessary 1-0 win over Jamaica last night at Crew Stadium.  With the win, the Yanks sit atop Group A and control their destiny in … Continue reading

Big 3: Questions Heading Into USA vs. Jamaica

Posted on by Earl Reed

On a day in September that continues to weigh heavily on minds in this country. the United States will face Jamaica in mid-Ohio this evening. Rather than hash over the previous disappointment, here are what I feel are the looming … Continue reading

Men’s National Team: Are We Overreacting?

Posted on by Earl Reed

Friday night, things didn’t go as well as had been hoped. A trip to “The Office,” officially known as National Stadium in Kingston, Jamaica, spelled a 2-1 loss for the U.S. Men’s National Team. With three games played in Group … Continue reading