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Tuesday September 28, 2010
When did it ever become so difficult to write, let alone think, about American soccer?
Monday August 30, 2010
United States national team coach Bob Bradley will continue to direct the US team through the 2014 World Cup in Brazil after agreeing to a four year extension with US Soccer.
Thursday June 3, 2010
To the US Men's National Team:
Friday April 23, 2010
Wait...what is Mexico doing in the middle of the United States?
Tuesday April 13, 2010
With the new collective bargaining agreement signed, sealed, and delivered, and the teams on the field for the opening kick, you can't help but be a little optimistic about America's soccer league.
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.
Saturday January 23, 2010
The United States national team camp concludes Saturday night with a friendly versus fellow CONCACAF nation Honduras at the Home Depot Center in Carson, California.
Wednesday, December 2, 2009
Charlie Davies is on the mend...and seemingly thinks he'll be back for the World Cup in South Africa. Davies was interviewed by ESPN's Jeremy Schaap a few days ago and indicated that he hoped to be healthy in time for the trip to South Africa.
Wednesday, November 25, 2009
Concacaf has voted, unanimously, to back the United States in its bid for either the 2018 or 2022 World Cups.
Monday November 16, 2009
When it comes to firsts, Eric Wynalda has had a great deal of experience in that department throughout his career.
Friday June 8, 2007
A solitary Clint Dempsey strike was enough to overcome a second half Oguchi Onyewu red card as the United States opened their Gold Cup title defense in Carson, California.