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Dempsey, Davies and Edu on USMNT ahead of Mexico game

Dempsey, Davies and Edu on USMNT ahead of Mexico game

This episode of the World Soccer Talk podcast, an interview with CBS's Clint Dempsey, Charlie Davies and Maurice Edu about the USMNT, is presented by Sling. Ahead of the highly anticipated clash between Mexico and the United States in the Concacaf Nations League, World Soccer Talk's Kyle Fansler chats with three headline members of CBS's Concacaf […]

Charlie Davies

/ 395 days ago

Dempsey, Davies and Edu on USMNT ahead of Mexico game

This episode of the World Soccer Talk podcast, an interview with CBS's Clint Dempsey, Charlie Davies and Maurice Edu about the USMNT, is presented by Sling. Ahead of the highly anticipated clash between Mexico and the United States in the Concacaf Nations League, World Soccer Talk's Kyle Fansler chats with three headline members of CBS's Concacaf […]
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Maurice Edu

/ 1599 days ago

Mo Edu interview: Finding his voice on TNT's coverage

Editor's note: In our Mo Edu interview, we cover a wide range of topics about his time in the chair doing UEFA Champions League coverage for TNT, and we cover other related topics too. It was only 2019 when Maurice Edu formally announced his retirement from professional soccer, but in that short time, he has […]

Carlos Bocanegra

/ 3245 days ago

Zelalem is joining a distinguished USMNT history at Rangers

We mentioned it easier today: Gedion Zelalem, loaned from Arsenal to Rangers, is stepping into a distinguished history of United States internationals at Ibrox Stadium. Though only five names long, the list includes some of the most impressive names the U.S. have ever produced – names that have 390 caps and 11 World Cup spots to their credit. DaMarcus Beasley […]
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Leagues: MLS

/ 4337 days ago

The Americanization of Stoke City is Bad for the U.S. National Team

On Sunday, Geoff Cameron was named man-of-the-match in his first game for his new team, Stoke City.  After weeks of waiting and paperwork, Cameron was finally able to take the pitch after a transfer that continued the gradual march of quality U.S. players into higher leagues.  Playing midfield (!) his City team held the usually […]
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Alejandro Bedoya

/ 4403 days ago

USMNT Fallout Of The Rangers Collapse

Scottish football is currently at a pivotal moment in its illustrious history. While the Scottish National Team has taken a dip (as evidenced by the thrashing the United States awarded the Scots in May), their Premier League has continued to be a mid-level league in Europe. The fate of one club, Rangers F.C., not only […]

Landon Donovan

/ 5528 days ago

MLS attendance report: May 25, 2009

This week's seven matches averaged just under 13,800, slightly up from last year's week 10 average. It was good to see an increase, albeit a small one, with Seattle on the road. After 75 matches, exactly the 1/3 mark of the season, the league is drawing 1,128 fewer per game than the first 75 games […]

Leagues: MLS

/ 5542 days ago

Maurice Edu: Late Bloomer, Old Firm American Hero

In the last few years a great deal of ink has been spent in the American football press about how young aspiring American soccer players must go to Academies and then skip college for MLS or a trip to Europe in order to properly develop. I've never subscribed entirely to this view as culturally our […]
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Leagues: MLS

/ 5807 days ago

Mo Edu on the Move

Mo Edu's sale to Glasgow Rangers is more good news for US Soccer as we begin the 2010 World Cup qualifying cycle. While Edu was fortunate that in playing for Toronto FC he was led by one of the few outstanding MLS managers in John Carver, playing on the fieldturf of BMO Field as well […]
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Amado Guevara

/ 5885 days ago

MLS Wrap and Other Notes

This weekend's MLS action was tainted by the continued insistence of the league not to break or at the very least reduce its schedule for international matches. Landon Donovan, Brad Guzan, Mo Edu, Frankie Hejduk and Rico Clark should not have to take a long flight after one international match only to take a similar […]

Dax McCarty

/ 5967 days ago

Thoughts on the US Debacle Versus Cuba

Work commitments precluded me making the short drive to Tampa last night for the first Olympic qualifier. My intent was to provide a press box report of a triumphant US win. However, in this case sitting in front of the TV set gave me all the perspective I needed to make a determination on the […]
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Carlos Bocanegra

/ 6042 days ago

Best and Worst of 2007: US National Team

2007 was an interesting year for the US National Team. A transition year to say the least, at times the US looked worse than any point since prior to hosting the 1994 World Cup. The American performances in the Gold Cup and Copa America were un-inspirational to say the least. Despite winning the Gold Cup […]