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Amid Turbulent Political Winds, US Play Important Match Vs. Ukraine: TYAC Preview

Amid Turbulent Political Winds, US Play Important Match Vs. Ukraine: TYAC Preview

Tweet Neil W. Blackmon and Jon Levy The conflict in Ukraine, and the subsequent Russian intervention in Crimea has been framed in a million ways, and since this all ratcheted up during the Olympics, we’ve had plenty of opportunities to view the situation through the lens of sport. We’ve had a Ukrainian skier pull out […]

Fourth Annual Yanks Are Coming US Soccer Awards - Part One

Fourth Annual Yanks Are Coming US Soccer Awards – Part One

Tweet Happy New Year, readers!  For the last three years, we’ve concluded the year here at the TYAC home offices by handing out awards to the best (and yes, worst) of US Soccer for the calendar year that was. This year, we thought we’d bump the awards back to coincide with “Awards Season”, a fitting move given […]

Whiney Limey: AVB Sent Packing, Everton Sailing, Plus Thoughts on England's WC Draw

Whiney Limey: AVB Sent Packing, Everton Sailing, Plus Thoughts on England’s WC Draw

Tweet Guy Bailey Editor’s Note: Guy Bailey will write columns for The Yanks Are Coming throughout the Barclay’s Premier League season where he discusses the happenings overseas in the world’s most popular sports league. Guy offers a unique perspective on the league as a Brit who lived for a long while in the United States before […]

Grinding In Glasgow: US and Scotland Play Forgettable Draw, Plus "Player Ratings"

Grinding In Glasgow: US and Scotland Play Forgettable Draw, Plus “Player Ratings”

Tweet Neil W. Blackmon History will report that on November 15, 2013, the United States and Scotland played a friendly match in Glasgow, Scotland and the match ended in a scoreless draw. That history will report such things is only because history is required to report them. The match was as tedious to observe, perhaps […]

US Roster Analysis: Klinsmann Treating November Friendlies as World Cup Tuneups They Are

US Roster Analysis: Klinsmann Treating November Friendlies as World Cup Tuneups They Are

Tweet Garrett McInnis Considering how inconsistent Jurgen Klinsmann’s roster choices were for the first year and a half of his time in charge of the national team, he’s become remarkably focused as the World Cup rapidly approaches.   The pool has shrunk drastically & the surprises have become fewer and fewer.  There was a time when […]

The Yanks Are Coming's 23 For 2014: November Edition

The Yanks Are Coming’s 23 For 2014: November Edition

Tweet Daniel Seco With qualifying over, the debate about “Who’s in” and “Who’s Out” for Jurgen Klinsmann’s final 23 man roster in Brazil next summer gets more serious. Here at The Yanks Are Coming, we move on from our “depth chart” pieces to actual lists, voted on by all of our contributing writers.  Consider this […]

US Face Costa Rica Team Primed for Revenge Friday Night: Your TYAC Preview

US Face Costa Rica Team Primed for Revenge Friday Night: Your TYAC Preview

Tweet Jon Levy and Neil W. Blackmon Both teams enter this game with nightmares of earlier encounters dancing through their heads. Thankfully, those wounds are much fresher for the Costa Ricans. Just five months ago Costa Rica lost one-nil to a reeling USMNT team in a Colorado blizzard. That game has since been dubbed the […]

USMNT Depth Chart: Gold Cup Edition- Goalkeepers and Central Defenders

USMNT Depth Chart: Gold Cup Edition- Goalkeepers and Central Defenders

Tweet Jon Levy Here at The Yanks Are Coming we write a lot about the harsh realities of small sample size inherent in the game at national team level. So few matches, so much riding on each one, and hardly any opportunities to evaluate without consequences. That’s why we’re including notes made prior to the […]

State of the Union: With Howard Injured, Brad Guzan Gets Chance to Prove US Still A Goalkeeper Factory

State of the Union: With Howard Injured, Brad Guzan Gets Chance to Prove US Still A Goalkeeper Factory

Tweet Connor Walsh Editor’s Note: This is the third piece in a four-piece “State of the (US Soccer) Union” running in the build-up to the March World Cup qualifiers. Garrett McInnis broke down the US defense in part one. Neil W. Blackmon covered the midfield dilemma for Jurgen Klinsmann in part two. Today we discuss […]

Previewing the US U-20 Qualifying, Landon's Return, and other Monday Musings

Previewing the US U-20 Qualifying, Landon’s Return, and other Monday Musings

Tweet Neil W. Blackmon With the failure in Honduras for the Senior team only a week and a half in the rearview, another US national team will take the field in a CONCACAF qualifying effort tonight in Puebla, Mexico, when the US Men’s U-20′s face off against Haiti (6:30 PM, Fox Soccer Network). Head Coach […]

2011 Yanks Are Coming Best of US Soccer Awards: Part Two

2011 Yanks Are Coming Best of US Soccer Awards: Part Two

Tweet Part I of the 2nd Annual Yanks Are Coming Best of US Soccer Awards featured 2011′s US Soccer disappointments, frustrations, and best hairdo. The second portion of our awards focuses on the promise of youth, goalkeepers, and the goals scored in what was a thrilling year in American soccer. Again, a list of the […]

USMNT 23 for 2014: TYAC November/December Power Rankings

USMNT 23 for 2014: TYAC November/December Power Rankings

Tweet Garrett McInnis In the second iteration of the Yanks Are Coming “Top 23” series, the staff here at TYAC remains fairly settled regarding which players comprise the most important contributors to the USMNT, with most of the main contributers carrying over from the previous list.  Only four players differ from the previous list of […]

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