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Tag Archives: FIFA Confederations Cup

Spain’s EPL Stars Shut Out In South Africa

Posted on by Brian Louie

Wednesday’s Confederations Cup semifinal between the United States and Spain had David v. Goliath written all over it. Coasting to the semis with three wins out of three, it looked like Spain was about to teach the US a lesson … Continue reading

Fulham’s Dempsey And European Classmates Frustrated By Brazil

Posted on by Ethan Armstrong

After Clint Dempsey moved to Fulham in 2007, his leap in quality was beyond remarkable. This was evidenced in his subsequent call-ups to the US national team. Stronger, defter, more confident. He was a new player. He’d already been a … Continue reading

Torres, Fabregas: Premier League Stars Open Confederation Scoring

Posted on by Ethan Armstrong

Few would have expected New Zealand to pull an upset over a Spain who entered the fray of the FIFA Confederations Cup boasting a 32 match unbeaten streak. But no one  could have predicted that Liverpool’s Fernando Torres would score … Continue reading