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Gold Cup Roster Roundtable: Midfielders and Forwards

Gold Cup Roster Roundtable: Midfielders and Forwards

Tweet As promised, the conclusion of a Gold Cup roster roundtable we began in May. Here is the link to Part One, keepers and defenders. This time, we have a provisional roster that further frames our discussion. Note that much of this was written prior to the release of the provisional roster, and the purpose of […]

Yanks Take Smell of Victory to Cologne to Face Germany: The TYAC Preview

Yanks Take Smell of Victory to Cologne to Face Germany: The TYAC Preview

Tweet Jon Levy Germany v. USA: Your TYAC Preview I’d like to start this post by extending a warm welcome to any readers who might be making their first visit to The Yanks Are Coming. Now is a fantastic time to take your relationship with US Soccer to the next level, and we thank you […]

US Face Holland Side Hardly Running Like Clockwork: The TYAC Preview

US Face Holland Side Hardly Running Like Clockwork: The TYAC Preview

Tweet Neil W. Blackmon Jurgen Klinsmann’s side heads into its summer schedule with two stern friendly tests over the next week: tomorrow’s match against Holland at the Amsterdam Arena (2:30 PM, ET, ESPN) and next Wednesday at Germany in Cologne. Both opponents have largely called in their best squads, with European qualifying on the horizon. […]

Dos A Cero: What We Learned At the Alamodome

Dos A Cero: What We Learned At the Alamodome

Tweet John Halloran Dos a cero, the most iconic scoreline in the history of the United States men’s national team, added another chapter to its storied history on Wednesday night as the U.S. once again defeated arch-rival Mexico 2-0, this time in San Antonio, Texas. The victory came on the back on two second-half goals, […]

USMNT World Cup Cycle 2018: Czech One, Czech Two

USMNT World Cup Cycle 2018: Czech One, Czech Two

Tweet Neil W. Blackmon and Jon Levy Check one. Mic check. Check Two. Mic Check. Is this thing on? World Cup cycle time. Check one. The United States begins the long and winding road of another World Cup cycle- let’s call it “The Road to Russia, maybe”– this evening in beautiful Prague. I’ll give the […]

TYAC MLS 24 Under 24 Ballot

TYAC MLS 24 Under 24 Ballot

Tweet Neil W. Blackmon Of late, MLS has asked media to vote on the 24 best players under 24, and while the rankings are at bottom just a fun “who to watch” list, they also make for great fodder down the road as the youngsters who make (or don’t make) further develop and shape their […]

Klinsmann Signals Intent To Win With Veteran-Heavy Gold Cup Roster

Klinsmann Signals Intent To Win With Veteran-Heavy Gold Cup Roster

Tweet Neil W. Blackmon Jurgen Klinsmann’s Gold Cup roster was released yesterday, and it is a veteran-heavy group that should be the favorites to lift the trophy for the first time since Benny Feilhaber’s blast-heard-round-the-continent in 2007. Here is the roster: GOALKEEPERS (3) : Bill Hamid (D.C. United), Sean Johnson (Chicago Fire), Nick Rimando (Real […]

TYAC USMNT Olympic Qualifying Position Breakdown: Am I Being Too Forward ?

TYAC USMNT Olympic Qualifying Position Breakdown: Am I Being Too Forward ?

Tweet Neil W. Blackmon Caleb Porter’s U-23 side, the January camp edition, fell 4-0 to the Klinsmann Camp Cupcake edition of the USMNT this weekend, and while conceding four goals to the senior side may cause some alarm among those anxiously monitoring this group’s progress, it’s the lack of goals that was somewhat surprising to […]

Puck's Friday Happy Hour: Thoughts on US U-23's December Camp: London's Calling

Puck's Friday Happy Hour: Thoughts on US U-23's December Camp: London's Calling

Tweet By Puck Ladies and Gents, welcome back into the Happy Hour. This week has been a series of disappointments for Puck and company. Both Manchester teams uneventfully crashed out of the UEFA Champions League, and Charlie Weis is leaving the Sunshine State to coach the woeful Kansas Jayhawks. Needless to say, many alcoholic libations […]

Yanks Are Coming Presents Our First 2014 Top Twenty Three USMNT Players

Yanks Are Coming Presents Our First 2014 Top Twenty Three USMNT Players

Tweet By Garrett McInnis As we parse through the lineup selected by Jurgen Klinsmann for the November friendlies, we at The Yanks are Coming think it’s a perfect time to debut a new series of posts titled “The Top 23.”  In essence, this will be a running tabulation of who we (the contributors at TYAC) […]

Gold Cup 2011: "I Knew It Was You, Panama. You Broke My Heart." Your Preview to the Sequel

Gold Cup 2011: “I Knew It Was You, Panama. You Broke My Heart.” Your Preview to the Sequel

Tweet By Jon Levy One match changes everything. That’s a mantra gleaned from marketing exec’s and an idea prevalent in pretty much every Hollywood sports movie. It’s not usually true in real life. What’s more likely, and what actually happens more often, is that one match changes a season or tournament. Fans of the United […]

Gold Cup 2011: At Gut-Check Time Again, Bradley's US Answers the Bell, and other final Jamaica Thoughts

Gold Cup 2011: At Gut-Check Time Again, Bradley’s US Answers the Bell, and other final Jamaica Thoughts

Tweet By Neil W. Blackmon Three thoughts on a great win for the USMNT today at RFK Stadium and more broadly on a weekend that changed (for now) the complexion of this Gold Cup tournament. Mexico looked vulnerable Saturday night, despite a comeback victory. They were disorganized in the back against a Guatemalan team that […]

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