SHOWING TAG: JOHN ANTHONY BROOKS
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Wednesday November 2, 2011
The USSF announced today the first U-23 roster since naming Caleb Porter manager last month.
Monday, October 10, 2011
On Friday night, Hertha Berlin defeated local club Oranienburger 5-0 in a friendly played during the October international window.
Friday September 30, 2011
With US Soccer likely to be introducing a fulltime Olympic team coach soon, let's look at what the team could look like as it begins to assemble in the months ahead.
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
As the European season is fast approaching for the top leagues, many Americans saw notable action in final preseason games.
Tuesday July 19, 2011
With the prestigious Milk Cup fast approaching for the US U-18 team, one of the players who will be leading the American offense is Hertha Berlin forward Jerome Kiesewetter.
Tuesday, July 5, 2011
With the 2012 Olympic soccer tournament just a little more than a year away, it will mark the next opportunity for the US to take part in a major international tournament.
Friday July 1, 2011
As the preseason is set to begin throughout Europe and Mexico, there are several young Americans to keeps eyes on as the look to break into their clubs' first team.
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.
Friday May 13, 2011
US U-20 national team defender John Anthony Brooks today signed a four year professional contract with Hertha Berlin where he had been playing with the club's U-23 team.
Thursday May 12, 2011
As the US U-20 team prepares to head to France for the first games of the new cycle, the defense will be anchored by Hertha Berlin's Anthony Brooks, who is expected to be a top player for the team within the next two years.