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by KENYA BROWN
October 18, 2013

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Cherundolo may have his next job lined up
Hannover captain and U.S. national team right back Steve Cherundolo may not have to look long for a job after he ends his playing career.

According to a report by the Associated Press, team president Martin Kind told the Bild newspaper that he would like the former University of Portland Pilot to stay with the team after his playing career, adding that they would find a function for him.
by BRIAN SCIARETTA
October 17, 2013

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Shea has seen limited minutes with Stoke
Brek Shea will be heading out on loan according to the British publication, the Telegraph.

Ever since joining Stoke City in January, Shea has dealt with injuries and has struggled to earn playing time. In an effort for him to see some minutes on the field, Stoke City will reportedly go out on loan to a club in the second tier Championship.
by KRIS LINDSAY
October 16, 2013

Arnulfo Franco
The U.S team celebrates Johannsson's winner
In one of the most exciting nights in Concacaf history, the U.S team rallied late to defeat Panama.

Lost in the drama of Mexico qualifying for the World Cup was a come-from-behind victory from the Unites States, that saw Panama give up two goals in the final two minutes of stoppage time to drop the Panamanians from their World Cup bid by a scoreline of 3-2.
by KRIS LINDSAY
October 12, 2013

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Graham Zusi's goal was the difference
In beating Jamaica the USA earned a perfect record at home during World Cup qualifying.

Even more encouraging was that the USA didn't allow a goal during the entire group and for the second straight cycle, it won the hexagonal tournament outright. The U.S will finish out the tournament on Tuesday against a desperate Panama team with everything on the line.
by KRIS LINDSAY
October 2, 2013

ah Hogsten, Salt Lake Tribune
DC United stunned RSL for the Open Cup
Real Salt Lake sat miserable in an all too familiar setting Tuesday night.

There were players sitting in the middle of the field with their head in their hands. Eyes were red. Frustration had passed, it was now time for mourning. Maybe, the most memorable, was head coach Jason Kreis, who stared for what seemed like an eternity in a daze, watching as the grounds crew built the stage where another team would lift a trophy in his fortress, for a third straight time.
by BRIAN SCIARETTA
September 25, 2013

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Holmes was fantastic in his first pro game for Huddersfield
Duane Holmes lived up to the hype in his professional debut on Tuesday and has earned rave reviews for his performance.

In Huddersfield Town's League Cup game against Hull City, Holmes entered the game early in the second half as an offensive spark. In the end, Huddersfield lost 1-0 but most of the attending press was raving about Holmes' performance.
by KENYA BROWN
September 15, 2013

David Thompson
Bill Plaschke was quick to downplay the US team
Some folks are tough to please.

While most of the American media was praising the U.S. men's national team's 2-0 victory over Mexico on Tuesday night that guaranteed them a berth in the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, one Los Angeles based sports writer decided to go the opposite route and pour cold water over the celebrations by the players and fans at Columbus Crew Stadium in Ohio.
by MICHAEL ADUBATO
September 13, 2013

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Yao returns to Belgium
Journeyman Devann Yao has resurfaced in Belgium after leaving Royal Boussu-Dour Borinage of the second division Exqi League earlier this year, now suiting up for La Louviere.

The New Yorker left his last Belgian employer by mutual consent due to a lack of playing time after signing a two-year contract extension in order to follow a few suitors in France.
by KRIS LINDSAY
September 11, 2013

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Landon Donovan's corner set up Eddie Johnson's goal
The United States booked its ticket to Brazil beating Mexico 2-0 in front of a raucous crowd in Columbus, Ohio.

Goals from Eddie Johnson and Landon Donovan were the deciding factors, as well as some superb defending and goalkeeping.
by KRIS LINDSAY
September 7, 2013

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It was another poor outing in San Jose
The US team once again failed to win in Costa Rica. Here are the player ratings.

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