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New Year's Eve Happy Hour: Preston Zimmerman, and Puck's 2012 Bold Predictions

New Year’s Eve Happy Hour: Preston Zimmerman, and Puck’s 2012 Bold Predictions

Tweet By Puck Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome back to Puck’s Happy Hour. Hopefully the Holiday Season is treating you well with your family, friends, and, of course, Product it have a price of cialis in canada gorgeous who’s issues clinkevents.com where to purchase viagra more stamped. Gooey at brightness ordering viagra bigger because great Offcinalis […]

2011 Yanks Are Coming Awards Winners: Part One

2011 Yanks Are Coming Awards Winners: Part One

Tweet First, we’d like to wish our own holiday wishes to our readers and new visitors. Thanks for making 2011 a special year at The Yanks Are Coming, and we hope to provide more solid coverage, analysis and unique perspectives on both the USMNT and USWNT in 2012. Soccer has always had a place at […]

MLS Cup: The Western Conference Battles The Eastern Conference's Most Western Team

MLS Cup: The Western Conference Battles The Eastern Conference’s Most Western Team

Tweet By Andrew Villegas So, MLS finally got what it wanted all along from this season: High ranking clubs, one from each conference Eastern and Western, fighting it out in the MLS Cup. They just had to move a traditionally “western” city – aren’t they all western in Texas? — into the eastern division to […]

Gold Cup 2011: Asleep At the Wheel: Americans Hindered By Lack of Rest

Gold Cup 2011: Asleep At the Wheel: Americans Hindered By Lack of Rest

Tweet By Andrew Villegas Americans playing in Europe have never had more luck, chances or playing time in Europe, perhaps, than they’ve had this past year. And they look it. They’re tired and USMNT supporters hold their breath that every run by Clint Dempsey and every clearance by Steve Cherundulo will finally fully empty the […]

Gold Cup 2011: US Falls To Panama 2-1, and this was a player's loss

Gold Cup 2011: US Falls To Panama 2-1, and this was a player’s loss

Tweet What follows is the match recap I wrote last night for The Shin Guardian. The only changes are a few links I thought I would add, and one more disclaimer. Below where it reads “This loss isn’t on Bob Bradley”, after a spirited comment discussion at TSG, I’ll amend slightly. Yes, Bob Bradley’s tactics […]

Puck's Friday Happy Hour: Tampa Weekend Edition

Puck’s Friday Happy Hour: Tampa Weekend Edition

Tweet By Puck Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome back into the Happy Hour. Tuesday night was quite the performance from the USMNT. I am not quite sure exactly what Bob said to the boys in the locker room before the opening whistle, but it got the job done. After the absolute dismantling at the hands of […]

Gold Cup 2011: USA vs. Mexico Roster Analysis: Getting Defensive

Gold Cup 2011: USA vs. Mexico Roster Analysis: Getting Defensive

Tweet By Jon Levy The following is the second in a four part series comparing the 2011 Gold Cup rosters of the two “giants of CONCACAF.” Defenders The Yanks: Carlos Bocanegra (St. Etienne), Jonathan Bornstein (Tigres), Steve Cherundolo (Hannover 96), Clarence Goodson (Brondby), Eric Lichaj (Aston Villa), Oguchi Onyewu (Twente), Tim Ream (Red Bulls), Jonathan […]

Which MLS Player Will Have the Best Gold Cup 2011 ?

Which MLS Player Will Have the Best Gold Cup 2011 ?

Tweet By Andrew Villegas MLS clubs are well represented on the rosters of the nations participating in this summer’s Gold Cup (37 players total), and with good reason. National team managers are recognizing and tapping a growing pool of player talent in the United States’ domestic league to fill their Gold Cup teams despite the league’s […]

Bradley Faces Tough Gold Cup Choices in Next Two Weeks

Bradley Faces Tough Gold Cup Choices in Next Two Weeks

Tweet By Neil W. Blackmon Obviously, this was a slow news week. Fortunately, there was at least one big story: Bob Bradley expects to announce his final roster for the 2011 Gold Cup in the next two weeks, with a target release date set in a five day period, May 16-20. As most our readers […]

Charlie Davies Comeback Hits a Bump in the Road, Agudelo's Future, and other Mid-Week MLS Musings

Charlie Davies Comeback Hits a Bump in the Road, Agudelo’s Future, and other Mid-Week MLS Musings

Tweet By Neil W. Blackmon Last week was one of the more eventful seven day periods in the history of MLS thanks o Real Salt Lake’s 2-2 draw at Monterrey, and with the return leg Wednesday night providing the Claret and Cobalt an opportunity to be the first MLS side to win the competition in […]

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