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Tag Archives: United States

Galaxy look to continue dream season against the Dynamo

Posted on by Adam Serrano

The Los Angeles Galaxy began the 2009 season at best as a team in transition, at worst as a team in turmoil. Despite initial problems, the Galaxy now stands only one game from winning the Western Conference. After dispatching city … Continue reading

The Damned United Movie Trailer: Now Available For US Release

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The Damned United will be making its cinematic debut in the United States on a limited release this September 25, 2009 in New York City and Los Angeles. And now Sony Pictures has officially launched the movie trailer for the … Continue reading

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

American Ownership In The English Premier League Is Not Necessarily a Bad Thing

Posted on by tyduffy

Those who would purify English football believe the current debauchery and debt stems from foreign ownership. That is not necessarily true. American billionaire Stan Kroenke bought out the Carr family shares in Arsenal for about £45m, increasing his stake in … Continue reading

United States v Mexico Live and Online

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

CONCACAF World Cup Qualification begins the home stretch tonight as round one of the hexagonal begins and what a clash to start out with. The weather is miserable, but not cold in Columbus and the United States only have Mexico … Continue reading

The New Gaffer: Introducing Klinsmann at Bayern München

Posted on by Mark

July 1st saw the formal beginnings of five coaches’ tenures at the helms of Bundesliga clubs. Over the next several weeks every Thursday we’ll introduce these men to you. Our series of profiles begins with Bayern München’s Jürgen Klinsmann, striker … Continue reading

How England Or The United States Can Win The 2018 World Cup Bid

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The United States announced this week that it’s interested in hosting the 2018 World Cup. No surprise there. They’ve been talking about bidding for the 2018 World Cup for quite some time although an official campaign launch isn’t expected until … Continue reading

England v U.S.: Why Brits Hate U.S. Soccer Fans

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Earlier this morning, in the build-up to today’s England against United States friendly at Wembley (live on ESPN Classic beginning at 3pm ET), I wrote about why Americans hate English soccer supporters. To be fair, there are a lot reasons … Continue reading

England vs USA: Why Americans Hate English Football Supporters

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Later this evening, the United States will play England at Wembley (8pm BST/BBC1) in a friendly match between two countries who have a love-hate relationship with each other. But in this war, the battle is waged off the pitch rather … Continue reading