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Tag Archives: U.S. Men’s National Team

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

Will Wondolowski Get a Call Up to the National Team?

Posted on by Robert Hay

Chris Wondolowski has had a dream season.  He finally broke out this year with a league-leading 18 goals and almost single-handedly led San Jose to the playoffs, where they will try and pull out a win at New York tonight.  … Continue reading

Bob Bradley Signs to Coach USMNT Through 2014 World Cup

Posted on by Eric Altshule

Reports have come out this evening confirming that Bob Bradley will stay as coach of the US Mens National Team for another four years.  Just as speculation was growing that Bradley would be out, Jurgen Klinsmann would be in, and … Continue reading

Why the US is a Lock to Host the 2022 World Cup (or Maybe 2018)

Posted on by Eric Altshule

There is some real drama about which European country will host the next World Cup.  Both England and Russia have submitted solid bids, and FIFA is going to have to think very deeply about which country will get to host … Continue reading

Landon Donovan is Going to Europe. It’s About Time.

Posted on by Eric Altshule

In a post-game interview after last night’s All-Star game, Landon Donovan said “We have had transfer interest and we will have some time to think about it and see where it goes.  There is interest from a number of teams.” … Continue reading

It Is Time for the US to Win a World Cup Game

Posted on by Eric Altshule

  June 17 2002.  Mexico 0 – US 2.  That is the last time the US won a game in the World Cup.  It is time to do it again. Since that day eight years ago, the US has had … Continue reading

The L.A. Galaxy – You Win Some, You Draw Some

Posted on by Eric Altshule

No Donovan.  No Buddle.  No Beckham.  No problem. The L.A. Galaxy continued their astounding early season form this evening with a 4-1 bulldozing of the Houston Dynamo this evening at the Home Depot Center.  The Galaxy continued their absolutely torrid … Continue reading

U.S. Team Announces 23-man World Cup Roster

Posted on by Randy Capps

The clock has struck midnight on the World Cup dreams of seven players as coach Bob Bradley unveiled his 23-man roster for next month’s World Cup in South Africa. Here is your United States men’s National Team: Goalkeepers: Tim Howard, … Continue reading

Jamie Trecker Interview: MLS Talk Podcast

Posted on by Richard Farley

In what is becoming a post-United States Men’s National Team match tradition, I welcome Fox Sports’ senior soccer writer Jamie Trecker. We talk about the team’s performance last Wednesday in Amsterdam, where the team lost to the Netherlands 2-1.

Claudio Reyna Interview (Part 2): MLS Talk Podcast

Posted on by Richard Farley

On this edition to the Major League Soccer Talk podcast, I’m joined by a former captain of the United States Men’s National Team, Claudio Reyna. This is the second part of my interview with Claudio, with the first portion released … Continue reading

U.S. 2, El Salvador 1 – The Morning After

Posted on by Randy Capps

It was a performance unlikely to show up on any clinic videos any time soon, but the United States notched a 2-1 win over El Salvador in a friendly Wednesday night at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa. Midfielder Sacha Kljestan … Continue reading

Grant Wahl Interview: MLS Talk Podcast

Posted on by Richard Farley

Grant Wahl is a senior writer for Sports Illustrated and author of the best seller, The Beckham Experiment. In Tampa for the U.S. Mens National Team’s friendly with El Salvador, Grant joined the MLS Talk podcast Wednesday to talk USMNT … 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