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In Port of Spain, Disjointed US Grind Out A Point: Final Thoughts

In Port of Spain, Disjointed US Grind Out A Point: Final Thoughts

Tweet Neil W. Blackmon PORT OF SPAIN- The US Men’s National Team managed to grind out a road qualifying point last night at a sold-out, jubilant Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago. There’s value and accomplishment in World Cup qualifying road points, especially in the din, tenebrous haunts of CONCACAF. Further, […]

US Can Build On Peru Momentum Moving Forward

US Can Build On Peru Momentum Moving Forward

Tweet John D. Halloran Preview of US-Brazil will come shortly and the US has plenty to build on. In the first of two September friendlies ahead of next month’s all-important CONCACAF Cup, the United States men’s national team defeated Peru 2-1 in Washington D.C. on Friday night. After conceding a goal in the first half […]

USA vs. Peru: The TYAC Preview

USA vs. Peru: The TYAC Preview

Tweet Jon Levy USA v. Peru: Your TYAC Preview How did we get here? It’s a valid question, especially if we use the national team’s pride-inducing performance at the 2014 World Cup as our backdrop. No, it was never a slam dunk that the USMNT would win this summer’s CONCACAF Gold Cup, so the fact […]

Third Place is the Second Loser: The TYAC USA vs. Panama Preview

Third Place is the Second Loser: The TYAC USA vs. Panama Preview

Tweet Andrew Marcinko, Andrew Villegas and Neil W. Blackmon The United States tumbled out of the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup Wednesday night in Atlanta, losing 2-1 to an upstart Jamaica side that had been playing together for nearly two months dating back to a late May camp to help prepare the side for the Copa América. […]

USA vs. Cuba: The TYAC Preview

USA vs. Cuba: The TYAC Preview

Tweet Jon Levy It has been a strange Gold Cup.  All three of the pre-tournament favorites: the United States, Mexico and World Cup quarterfinalist Costa Rica, could lodge complaints about their form and none appear to be runaway favorites heading into this weekend’s quarterfinals. Of the three, Mexico has perhaps played the most attractive soccer, […]

Four Thoughts on the US Draw With Panama

Four Thoughts on the US Draw With Panama

Tweet John D. Halloran The United States men’s national team rounded out group play in the 2015 Gold Cup on Monday night, drawing Panama 1-1 in Kansas City. It was another sloppy performance from the Americans—their fourth ugly result in a row. However, the team also headed into Monday’s match knowing that the top spot […]

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 […]

Yanks Tuneup for Gold Cup against Guatemala: The TYAC Preview

Yanks Tuneup for Gold Cup against Guatemala: The TYAC Preview

Tweet Jon Levy and Neil W. Blackmon USA v. Guatemala: Your TYAC Preview How do you follow up exhilarating wins on European soil against global power Holland and World Cup Champion Germany? Challenge yourself against longtime rival (that part is true) and(Central American) power (in baseball) Guatemala, of course.  The US are world beaters now, […]

Klinsmann Names 30 Man US Roster for Brazil: Quick Reaction

Klinsmann Names 30 Man US Roster for Brazil: Quick Reaction

Tweet Neil W. Blackmon Jurgen Klinsmann released his 30 man preliminary roster for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil this afternoon. “Short Corners” style reaction after the roster. Here’s the your team: Goalkeepers: Tim Howard (Everton FC, England), Brad Guzan (Aston Villa, England), Nick Rimando (Real Salt Lake, MLS) Defenders: DaMarcus Beasley (Puebla, Mexico), John Brooks (Hertha […]

USMNT 30 Man Roster Roundtable

USMNT 30 Man Roster Roundtable

Tweet Daniel Seco We’ve had consistent roster breakdowns, usually by position, throughout this World Cup cycle but tomorrow’s the first “big day”, as Jurgen Klinsmann names his 30 man preliminary World Cup roster. The thirty players selected will meet in Palo Alto, California for a pre-World Cup camp that will culminate in a “Send Off […]

47 Days Until USA vs. Ghana: Thoughts on Ream, Boyd, Brooks, Chandler and US World Cup Openers

47 Days Until USA vs. Ghana: Thoughts on Ream, Boyd, Brooks, Chandler and US World Cup Openers

Tweet Neil W. Blackmon A whole lot to dive into today as we are now within two weeks of knowing which 30 American players Jurgen Klinsmann will take to the Stanford Send-Off Series camp. From those thirty, barring injury replacements, Klinsmann will select the 2014 United States World Cup team. Exciting, exciting stuff. Let’s get […]

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