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by JON VAN WAGENEN
March 16, 2010

Bradley close to molding his final 23
National team coach Bob Bradley took a covert scouting trip this past weekend and Kristiansand, Norway and Örebro, Sweden were on the itinerary.

First, he showed up to see IK Start's Clarence Goodson have a good game against Sandefjord where the defender earned Man of the Match honors by the local media.
by BRIAN SCIARETTA
March 15, 2010

US U-20 team faces Mexico in the opener
Later this month, the US U20 National Team will participate in the 2010 Dallas Cup which is the premier youth tournament in the country.

Just this past week the schedule for the tournament was announced and the US has been drawn into Group D along the Mexican U20 National Team, the Vancouver Whitecaps, and Eintracht Frankfurt.
by JON VAN WAGENEN
March 5, 2010

Ryan Miller's season begins next weekend
The Allsvenksan season opens Saturday March 13 with Kalmar FF visiting IFK Göteborg, weather permitting.

Three tasty tidbits to whet appetites for the upcoming Swedish kickoff:
by BRIAN SCIARETTA
March 2, 2010

Jones is in Holland making new friends
While the US National team in Amsterdam welcomed back two familiar faces in Oguchi Onyewu and Steve Cherundolo who have both been working their way back from injuries, a not-so-familiar face has also joined the team as they prepare for Holland.

The USSF announced that Schalke midfielder Jermaine Jones, 28, was invited by head coach Bob Bradley to meet the team and staff in Amsterdam. He will be in attendance on Wednesday night to watch his potential future teammates take on the third ranked Dutch. However, it is still very unclear as to when Jones will be able to resume playing.
by BRIAN SCIARETTA
March 1, 2010

Gooch took part in sessions in Amsterdam
Heading into this week's friendly against the Dutch, the US national team has seen more than its share of injuries that has decimated is roster of first-choice canidates.

Over the past several months, regulars Steve Cherundolo, Charlie Davies, Benny Feilhaber, Ricardo Clark, and Clint Dempsey have all worked towards the goal of making their way back from various injuries.
by YA STAFF
February 24, 2010

Gil to join the reigning MLS champs
Not long after the Kansas City Wizards had acquired US starlet Luis Gil had they already started working to use him as a valuable trade asset.

Yesterday, the Wizards finalized a deal that will send Luis Gil to Real Salt Lake permanently, in exchange for an international roster spot, a 2011 2nd round SuperDraft pick, and 25 percent of any transfer fee, should a club outside of MLS purchase Gil's rights in the future.
by BRIAN SCIARETTA
February 23, 2010

Is Michael Hoyos a future Albiceleste?
Over the weekend Argentina Under-20 boss Sergio Batista announced a 43-man roster for a U20 camp which included California-born and raised Estudiantes de La Plata midfielder Michael Hoyos.

This news will surely come as a bitter disappointment for US national team fans who have taken great interest in Hoyos and his sudden rise with the powerful Argentine club.
by YA STAFF
February 12, 2010

Ryan Miller in action with Halmstads BK
The traditional summer leagues in Europe are returning to action this month with various friendly matches.

Yanks in Ireland, Sweden, Norway and Finland are busy whipping themselves into shape to be ready for their spring season openers.
by RYAN NOEL
February 8, 2010

Would these guys bet on themselves?
If you're a betting man, a Vegas man, a CentSports.com addict, or just your run-of-the-mill degenerate gambler - I've got a little something for you to start the week.

Betting odds for the World Cup.
by RYAN NOEL
January 29, 2010

Setanta bids adieu to the US market
Setanta has announced the end to its US broadcast on March 1st, allowing for Fox's new "Fox Soccer Plus" channel to make it's debut.

We reported some about this briefly in an earlier blog post, but Wednesday it was made official.
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