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by ANDY SCHREUR
March 6, 2014

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More time off for Lichaj
Nottingham Forest defender and Downers Grove, Illinois native Eric Lichaj is set to miss up to a month after reinjuring his pelvis during last weekend's match, a 4-1 loss to Wigan Athletic, according to a report by Sky Sports.

Lichaj initially hurt his pelvis against Watford on January 30th and spent most of February resting in the hopes he could avoid surgery. However, after re-injuring it in his first match back, Forest stated Lichaj might have to have hernia surgery to fix the issue.
by KRIS LINDSAY
February 3, 2014

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Wondolowski gave the U.S all the offense it needed
The United States defeated South Korea 2-0 behind two goals from Chris Wondoloski.

Here are the player ratings for the game:
by BRIAN SCIARETTA
January 20, 2014

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Dooley could be on his way to coach the Philippines
Thomas Dooley could soon step back into the ranks of international soccer as the head coach of the Philippines national team.

Dooley, 52, has been retired since 2000 when he finished his playing career with the Metrostarts. Before that, he played for German clubs Homburg, Kaiserslautern, Bayer Leverkusen, and Schalke. He then came to play in MLS in 1997 when he joined the Columbus Crew.
by KRIS LINDSAY
November 21, 2013

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Bedoya was just one of the American players who played vs Austria
The USA played to a difficult defeat in the last game of the year, falling 1-0 to the Austrians in Vienna. Here are the player ratings:

Starting Lineup
by BRIAN SCIARETTA
November 17, 2013

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Player ratings against Scotland
The USA struggled moving forward against Scotland Friday, picking up a 0-0 draw against the 35th ranked side in Glasgow. Here are the player ratings:

GK Tim Howard 6.5 Made a great save to deny a dangerous free kick from Robert Snodgrass, and held the clean sheet.
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

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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

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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.
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