USMNT Roster Roundtable, Part I: Who Deserves the Call?

Tweet Jurgen Klinsmann will shortly name his 23 man roster for the two decisive Labor Day weekend qualifying matches. Who warrants the call? TYAC assembled a roundtable of American soccer writers to discuss just that. We’ll release the roundtable in two parts.  Today- goalkeepers and defenders. Because defense wins Hexagonals. Or something like that. First, the…

Despite Pregame Chatter, US Played Scared Against Argentina

Tweet Kyle Bonn The United States came into their Copa America semifinal against Argentina with a strong mindset, a belief they could complete a task many thought impossible. They spoke plenty in the lead-up to the match about how they weren’t afraid, they were ready, and they were going to play their game on their…

USA vs. Argentina: The Copa Semifinals: Your TYAC Preview

Tweet Jon Levy and Neil W. Blackmon The United States met their pre-Copa América goal of reaching the semifinals last Thursday night when they defeated Ecuador in Seattle. Their reward? A trip to Houston to face the number one team in the world, Argentina, who feature the best player in the world, Lionel Messi. Tuesday…

Copa América 2016: USA vs. Paraguay: The TYAC Preview

Tweet   Jon Levy and Roberto Rojas Following a lopsided victory over rival Costa Rica, the US enter Philadelphia needing only a draw to secure passage into the Copa América quarterfinals. Winning the group isn’t entirely out of the question for the Yanks either. A win by the United States coupled with a Colombia loss to…

Colombia 2, United States 0: TYAC Analysis

Tweet Neil W. Blackmon The United States lost 2-0 to Colombia Friday night in the opening match of the Copa America Centenario at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. The defeat puts the US in a precarious position as they head to Chicago for Tuesday night’s match at Soldier Field against another 2014 World Cup…

Copa America Centenario: USA vs. Colombia: The TYAC Preview, Part One

Tweet Long Preview to Begin the Copa, so we broke it into two parts.  Neil W. Blackmon, Jon Levy and Gabriel Luis Manga The United States begin their quest to defend home soil in the largest men’s international soccer tournament held on American soil since 1994 Friday night against Colombia at Levi’s Stadium in Santa…

Four Reasons To Like The U.S. Chances at the Copa América

Tweet Andrew Diaz It’s no secret that the U.S. have been drawn into the toughest group of the Copa America Centenario, with the Yanks set to kick off the tournament this Friday against Colombia, who at the moment are ranked 4th in the world. As was the case in 2014, multiple news outlets have written…

USA Continue Copa America Prep vs Hot Ecuador: TYAC Preview

Tweet Neil W. Blackmon As pleasant as the stories were coming out of Bayamón Sunday, where the US defeated Puerto Rico 3-1, the game did not include the entirety of the US roster for next month’s Copa America Centenario.As such, the US win had the feel more of friendly at the end of a transitional and…

Copa America Centenario: US Roster Analysis

Tweet Neil W. Blackmon Saturday, Jurgen Klinsmann released the final 23 man US Men’s National Team roster for next month’s Copa America Centenario, the largest international men’s soccer tournament held on US soil since the 1994 World Cup. The roster features 15 players who featured for the US in the 2014 World Cup, and 18…

USA Kick off 2016 against Quality Iceland Side: The TYAC Preview

Tweet Jon Levy USA vs. Iceland: Your TYAC Preview US Men’s National Team soccer is back, finally! More importantly for the Yanks, 2015 is gone; dead and buried with the hopes and expectations of fans and players alike. And if the new year doesn’t come with better results, well, we’re looking at missing out on the Olympics…