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Friday November 18, 2011
Midway through his second season at Hoffenheim, US Olympic team prospect Joseph-Claude Gyau feels the recent influx of German talent and direction will only help his own country's game grow.
Thursday June 23, 2011
American winger Joe Gyau recently received good news as he was invited to join 1899 Hoffenheim's first team to begin the preseason on June 22.
Thursday May 19, 2011
Longtime fans of US soccer are accustomed to keeping one eye on the horizon, always searching for the newest young sensation. Sometimes, our prodigies achieve the heights that are expected of them, but more often a hopeful fanbase is left wanting. If those in the business of prospect-watching have learned anything, it is that there is safety in numbers.
Tuesday, February 15, 2011
After a handful of quiet weekends, the German youth leagues returned to action and USYNT-eligible players had a weekend full of breakthroughs and debuts.
Monday December 20, 2010
The US U-20 national team used two strong efforts to sweep Canada in a pair of friendlies in Ft. Lauderdale to conclude their final camp of 2010.
Friday December 10, 2010
US U-20 national team head coach Thomas Rongen has announced a 24 man roster for a camp that will begin on Sunday in Ft. Lauderdale and will feature two games against Canada on the December 16th and 18th.
Friday December 3, 2010
Another United States Under-20 camp is in the books and head coach Thomas Rongen cannot help but feel pleased with how his team performed at the Torneo de las Americas tournament in Atlanta.
Friday March 26, 2010
As the 2010 Dallas Cup prepares to get underway this weekend, one of the most talked about players who will be playing in the premier youth tournament is Vancouver Whitecaps midfielder Joseph Gyau.
Monday, March 15, 2010
Later this month, the US U20 National Team will participate in the 2010 Dallas Cup which is the premier youth tournament in the country.
Thursday, October 22, 2009
With just days to American kickoff in Kano, YA has arrived in Nigeria, and as usual, we'll be bringing you the best coverage available of the U-17 run here in Sub-Saharan Africa. Let's hope it lasts longer than the U-20's turn at the World Cup did.