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After Finishing 4th: Klinsmann Must Find Best 11 For USMNT, And Fast

After Finishing 4th: Klinsmann Must Find Best 11 For USMNT, And Fast

Tweet Kyle Bonn The dust has settled on the United States loss to Jamaica in the semifinals of the 2015 Gold Cup, and while opinions differ wildly on the future of Jurgen Klinsmann as the long-term answer to the federation’s leadership questions, there is one thing that remains indisputable. The United States still does not know […]

Heading Into Panama Match, Plenty Of Questions For the United States

Heading Into Panama Match, Plenty Of Questions For the United States

Tweet John D. Halloran In a performance that can’t be characterized as anything other than poor, the United States men’s national team limped to a 1-0 win over Haiti on Friday night in Foxborough, Massachusetts. The win, shockingly enough, also won Group A for the U.S.—with a game to spare—despite two relatively poor performances thus […]

USA vs Panama: The TYAC Preview

USA vs Panama: The TYAC Preview

Tweet Neil W. Blackmon and Jon Levy The Group is Won, but can the US play better? The US enter tonight’s final Gold Cup group stage match against Panama (9:30 ET, Fox Sports 1) knowing they’ve won the group. That’s often an incentive to experiment– and you should expect that tonight. Still, there are larger […]

USA vs. Haiti: The TYAC Preview

USA vs. Haiti: The TYAC Preview

Tweet Jon Levy The US began the 2015 Gold Cup with a grind-it-out win over an inspired Honduras, playing positive football in their first tournament setting fixture under manager Jorge Luis Pinto. The US were outpossessed for stretches of the match and looked less dangerous late. They were sloppy with the ball and at times […]

US Open Gold Cup vs Pinto-Led Honduras: The TYAC Preview

US Open Gold Cup vs Pinto-Led Honduras: The TYAC Preview

Tweet Jon Levy and Neil W. Blackmon Have a championship level World Cup hangover? If so, it is time to channel your inner Carli Lloyd and find another level, because the American summer of soccer continues with the CONCACAF Gold Cup beginning Tuesday in Dallas. Why does the Gold Cup matter, you know, besides for […]

US 1, Switzerland 1: Yanks Were Better Against Swiss, Until They Weren't

US 1, Switzerland 1: Yanks Were Better Against Swiss, Until They Weren’t

Tweet John Halloran For 65 minutes on Tuesday night in Zurich, the United States men’s national team was fairly impressive. They controlled decent spells of possession, looked dangerous on the break and were even beating the 12th-ranked Swiss squad. Then, a familiar pattern emerged. Following a foolish red card earned by Jozy Altidore in the […]

Denmark 3, US 2: More of the Same From Klinsmann's Yanks

Denmark 3, US 2: More of the Same From Klinsmann’s Yanks

Tweet John D. Halloran Thoroughly dominated in possession. Saved time after time by their goalkeeper. Few attacking chances created. A late-game collapse. No, this is not Bob Bradley’s United States men’s national team. Nor is it a recap of this summer’s World Cup match against Belgium. It’s the state of the U.S. national team three […]

Desperate For Victory, US Face Panama: The TYAC Preview

Desperate For Victory, US Face Panama: The TYAC Preview

Tweet Jon Levy The USMNT enters Sunday afternoon’s match against Panama (4PM EDT, ESPN) on putrid run of form. The only team colder than the US right now? You guessed it, Van Halen’s favorite CONCACAF club: Panama.  Since defeating Ghana in Natal, the USMNT have won only one match- a 1-0 win over the Czech […]

Chile 3, US 2: Why, Klinsy, Why?

Chile 3, US 2: Why, Klinsy, Why?

Tweet John D. Halloran Another match—another second-half collapse by the United States men’s national team. Another match—another set of confounding decisions by U.S. head coach Jurgen Klinsmann.  On Wednesday, the USMNT fell 3-2 to Chile in the first of two friendlies scheduled to conclude this year’s January camp. Despite holding a 2-1 lead at the […]

USA Face Premier Test in Colombia at Craven Cottage: The TYAC Preview

USA Face Premier Test in Colombia at Craven Cottage: The TYAC Preview

Tweet Neil W. Blackmon and Jon Levy The United States Men’s National Team will look to bounce back after disappointing October home friendlies by taking their show on the road tomorrow night, as they battle World Cup darlings Colombia in London. The venue- storied Craven Cottage, what with it’s “Fulhamerica” label, on-site pub named after […]

Like a Jacaranda

Like a Jacaranda

Tweet Editor’s Note: In light of Landon Donovan playing his last match as a US international tomorrow, we asked our writers and other great soccer voices to share their favorite Landon moments with us. It seems fitting that one of the best soccer people we know wrote about the goal of Landon’s life. Friend of TYAC Zack […]

Here Comes the Rain: One Writer's Reflections on Brazil 2014

Here Comes the Rain: One Writer’s Reflections on Brazil 2014

Tweet Editor’s Note: The Yanks Are Coming co-founders collectively saw each United  States group stage match at the World Cup. This is the first of two stories on one writer’s experiences in Brazil. Special thanks to Zack Goldman (@ThatDamnYank on Twitter) for editing. All photos (save one from the USA v. Ghana match) courtesy of The Yanks Are Coming. Neil […]

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