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by ANDY SCHREUR
October 18, 2012

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Williams has been stellar in central midfield
Has Jurgen Klinsmann found his ideal central midfield pairing in Danny Williams and Michael Bradley? It certainly looked like it last night.

With Jermaine Jones suspended Tuesday night due to yellow cards, Bradley and Williams teamed up for their second straight World Cup Qualifier and looked like the fluid midfield pairing Klinsmann has missed.
by CHRISTOPHER MCCOLLUM
October 17, 2012

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The U.S. team is off to the hex
With a convincing win over Guatemala, the stress of this round of qualifying melted away as advancement to the hex was secured.

The U.S. got off to a jittery start but they pulled it back and played well for the rest of the game. Despite some confusion on the backline, it was overall a fine performance.
by JAMIE HILL
October 15, 2012

Ured Gradonačelnika
Gradski Stadion is where Marosevic now calls home
Former US U-20 forward Peri Marosevic has signed with NK Junak Sinj in the Druga HNL, the second level of Croatian soccer.

Marosevic, who was born in what is now Bosnia and Herzegovina, had been out of contract since turning down an offer from Toronto FC at the end of the 2011 MLS season.
by JAMIE HILL
October 15, 2012

Comunicaciones
Hernandez has made his debut for the Guatemala-based club
Nearly four months after going on loan to Guatemala's Comunicaciones, Moises Hernandez has made his debut.

He recently made his first appearance when he came on as a 76th minute sub for the club in a 2-0 victory over Marquense on October 6. Comunicaciones are currently leading Guatemala's Liga Nacional and have a six point cushion over second place Municipal.
by MICHAEL HADLEY
October 10, 2012

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Brad Evans may be due for a recall
With injuries to multiple Americans before World Cup qualification dates, Jurgen Klinsmann will undoubtedly be looking for replacements to fill voids.

The issues began when Landon Donovan (knee) and Brek Shea (abdominal strain) were both announced to be unfit for the upcoming matches against Antigua and Barbuda and Guatemala. Shea was likely to see time at left midfield, at least according to the players selected and where he would best fit in. Donovan would have seen time at forward or central midfield, depending how Klinsmann decided to situate his attackers.
by BRIAN SCIARETTA
October 9, 2012

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Altidore is leading the Eredivisie in scoring
So the USMNT roster is now out and the big story of course is the absence of Jozy Altidore.

Speaking to the media after the roster announcement US head coach Jurgen Klinsmann expressed frustration with Altidore over his performance the past 14 months with the US national team and also in the team's practices.
by BRIAN SCIARETTA
October 8, 2012

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Friedel streak ended at 310
Brad Friedel's record streak of Premier League starts came to an end on Sunday.

Coming into Sunday's game, Friedel had started 310 consecutive Premier League games playing will Blackburn, Aston Villa, and Tottenham. But on Sunday, Tottenham coach Andre Villas-Boas elected to start French international Hugo Lloris over Friedel.
by BRIAN SCIARETTA
September 28, 2012

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Who will make the team in October?
After an uneven series of games against Jamaica, the October qualifiers are now crucial for the U.S team

The roster for these games will not change significantly from the roster in September but there will be a few changes.
by SCOTT PETERSON
September 24, 2012

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Bradley has resumed full training after an injury
After missing nearly three weeks due to injury, Michael Bradley trained with AS Rome‘s senior squad Monday morning.

Bradley, who has been nursing an injured thigh since August 28th, started conditioning drills a week ago but resumed practicing with the rest of the group today along with fellow midfielders Danielle de Rossi and Francesco Totti, who also missed out due to minor injuries.
by JAMIE HILL
September 12, 2012

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Bocanegra was strong in his return to the USMNT
The US avenged their mishap in Kingston with a 1-0 win over Jamaica.

Athough the scoreline could have been a lot bigger if not for the right post, left post, crossbar, and the efforts of Jamaican ‘keeper Dwayne Miller, who made some acrobatic stops.
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A big question for U.S. fans heading into the World Cup is surely on Jozy Altidore and just what is plaguing the young striker at Sunderland.
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