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Tag Archives: USA

USA’s World Cup Run Ends Too Soon, But Future Looks Promising

Posted on by Tom Moore
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When a team enters into a tournament format like the World Cup knockout stage, you always know that the next game very well may be your last. But that doesn’t mean it is any easier when the end finally comes. … 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

Why Today’s World Cup Final is Vital to Soccer Growth In USA

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Today’s World Cup Final between Netherlands and Spain will have an immense impact on the growth of soccer in the United States. While soccer continues to thrive among the die-hard fans who play the sport and/or watch it on television, … Continue reading

7 Ways that World Cup 2010 Will Change America

Posted on by Christopher Harris

One of the things about the World Cup is that it puts the sport into perspective. With 64 games in one month, it’s easy to get a cross-section of where a country is. How well it’s doing relative to the … Continue reading

Time To Replace Bob Bradley But Who Should Get the USMNT Job?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Bob Bradley, as coach of the United States men’s national team, has done a heroic effort by taking the country to the final of the Confederations Cup in 2009 and leading the US to an admirable Round of 16 qualification … Continue reading

Landon Donovan US TV Appearances After World Cup: Videos

Posted on by Christopher Harris

After Landon Donovan returned to the United States last week, he was quickly thrown on a US press junket that took him around New York for TV appearances on several of the top US shows. Those included The David Letterman … Continue reading

What’s a Big Difference Between the USMNT and Other Teams in the World Cup?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

One of the greatest attributes of the US men’s national team is something that very few other countries have on the world’s stage. And that is a combination of good sportsmanship as well as a lack of cheating. Yesterday’s games … Continue reading

Koman Coulibaly Not Refereeing Any More 2010 World Cup Games

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Referee Koman Coulibay, who made the controversial decision to disallow a United States goal against Slovenia, says he does not believe he’ll be refereeing any more games in the 2010 World Cup. In an exclusive interview with ESPN Radio, Coulibay … Continue reading

USA v Ghana Highlights In Lego Football: Video

Posted on by Christopher Harris

For some of us, watching the highlights of USA versus Ghana may be too painful to watch. But thankfully Legofussball.eu has highlights featuring Lego characters playing out the key moments of the World Cup game. Using stop-motion photography and wonderful … Continue reading

Record Ratings for ABC and Univision World Cup TV Broadcasts

Posted on by Christopher Harris

If anyone doubted if soccer is a mainstream sport in the United States, they only have to look at the eyepopping numbers of people who watched the World Cup this weekend to see how ABC and Univision both had record … Continue reading

Poll: Should Bob Bradley Stay or Go?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Whether Bob Bradley should stay in charge as coach of the US men’s national team is a difficult question. For some US soccer fans, it’s an easy answer (either yes or no). But I believe that the vast majority of … Continue reading

FIFA Ruining Growth of Soccer Worldwide

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Soccer is by far the most popular sport in the world. But there are still two massive continents in this world (Asia and North America) as well as other regions where the sport could be much more popular and where … Continue reading

Top 10 Similarities Between USA-Ghana and England-Germany

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The similarities between England’s devastating loss to Germany Sunday and the United States’s loss to Ghana on Saturday are remarkable. Here are ten similarities: Both games featured incredible goalkeeping performances. Neuer for Germany. Kingson for Ghana. In both games, the … Continue reading

Who Will You Support in this World Cup Now that the USA Are Out?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

No matter what country you support, the pain of losing in a World Cup is a bitter pill to swallow. After a frustrating performance by the United States against Ghana, the United States men’s national team will be returning home … Continue reading

USA 1-2 Ghana (AET): US Soccer Fans, Hold Your Head High

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Defeat is bitter especially when it’s your own country that loses. It’s depressing. It affects your mood, brings you down and can make you angry. But rather than dwell on the negative today after Ghana’s 2-1 win over the United … Continue reading

USA v Ghana, World Cup 2010: Open Thread

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Before, during and after today’s historic World Cup game between USA and Ghana, feel free to share your comments in the section below. The last time the US had a game this big was 2002 when they played Germany in … Continue reading