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Tag Archives: Bob Bradley

Why the US National Team Should Not Play a 4-4-2 Formation

Posted on by Daniel Craggs

Without a doubt, formations are one of the most underrated elements of the tactical game. Many countries adopt the simplistic two banks of four with two up top and that’s that. Not a whole lot of thinking goes into their … Continue reading

Despite Injury Setbacks, US Team Building Confidence Heading Into Mammoth Showdown

Posted on by Chris Riordan

It has seemed at times that every moment the U.S. Men’s National Team begins to get a glimpse of what their squad will look like come the first group match of the World Cup, the injury bug strikes.  At the … Continue reading

Who Should the US Start Against Australia?

Posted on by Ron Preston Jr

This Saturday marks the last tune up match the United States have before they take the field June 12 against England in their World Cup opener.  After four years of building his squad, Bradley still has some questions that still … Continue reading

United States Men’s National Team: Formation Paralysis and the 4-2-2-2

Posted on by Richard Farley

One of the positives Bob Bradley has brought to the United States Men’s National Team is formation stability. Whereas Bruce Arena employed an admirable adaptability, Bradley’s move to an unvarying 4-4-2 has given his players consistent time within one system, … Continue reading

Lindsey Dean Interview

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Recently fellow colleague Kartik Krishnaiyer and I took a trip down to GolTV studios in Miami to interview three of the best football commentators in the United States: Ray Hudson, Phil Schoen and Lindsey Dean. All this week on Major … Continue reading