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Tuesday June 8, 2010
Wouldn't it be cool if the US won the World Cup?
Monday June 7, 2010
It's been four years since we've done this, but as we did in 2006 ahead of the World Cup in Germany, we here at YA are giving you our thoughts of what we think will transpire down in the South African winter.
Friday June 4, 2010
Saturday marks the final match for the United States national team prior to their World Cup opener and head coach Bob Bradley is expecting Australia to provide a firm test for his squad.
Wednesday May 26, 2010
US national team head coach Bob Bradley today unveiled his final 23 man roster that will play in the 2010 FIFA World Cup which begins next month in South Africa.
Monday May 24, 2010
Following a seven-month rehab stint US Men's National Team and AC Milan defender Oguchi Onyewu says he won't come back like he was before his knee injury, instead he'll come back stronger and just in time for the pre-World Cup friendlies.
Thursday, May 20, 2010
While the injury bug has taken its toll of late on members of the US national team, good news surfaced this morning at World Cup training camp in Princeton, New Jersey with the notice that Oguchi Onyewu and team captain Carlos Bocanegra are now healthy and back at full training.
Thursday April 15, 2010
With the World Cup just two months away, Rangers midfielder Maurice Edu says he would be willing to step forward and man the center back position if defender Oguchi Onyewu is still sidelined with an injury.
Wednesday March 24, 2010
Once thought impossible, the reality of Charlie Davies making Bob Bradley's 23 man roster for this summer's World Cup appears to be coming to fruition thanks to the American striker's remarkable recovery.
Thursday March 4, 2010
Like all 32 participants of this summer's World Cup, the US National Team has already scheduled a series of exhibition matches that will test their mettle and allow Bob Bradley an opportunity to observe the current form of his roster and begin the arduous task of fine-tuning before facing off with England in the World Cup.
Monday, March 1, 2010
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.
Wednesday February 17, 2010
For those who follow world soccer closely, you will have noticed that last week, Nigeria took the remarkable step of firing their caretaker coach, Shaibu Amodu, after a third place finish in the African Nations Cup, and with only months to spare before the World Cup.
Monday, February 8, 2010
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.
Monday February 1, 2010
Starting USA right back Steve Cherundolo has sustained a shoulder injury over the weekend with club team Hannover 96 and is expected to be sidelined for up to six weeks as he returns to fitness.
Thursday January 21, 2010
Usually the annual January camp for the US national team is a routine exercise featuring mostly fringe players and it is generally of little importance. This year, however, could be the most important winter camp that the national team has ever had.
Thursday, November 26, 2009
Word is getting out that the United States will be taking on Holland in Amsterdam on March 3rd.