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Analyzing USMNT’s Chances of Advancing from “Group of Death” at World Cup 2014

December 7, 2013
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Analyzing USMNT’s Chances of Advancing from “Group of Death” at World Cup 2014

The following piece was written by Andrew Marcinko. You can follow him on Twitter @FootyAmerica or visit his blog at www.footyamerica.com It was a wild day on Friday for American soccer, as the Yanks were seemingly the biggest story of the World Cup draw. Let’s take a look at what we’re up against. First...

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USMNT: Every Minute of Playing Time in the Jurgen Klinsmann Era (updated 11.28.13)

November 28, 2013
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Here is an updated spreadsheet of every minute of playing time for the USMNT in the Jurgen Klinsmann era, now updated with the November friendlies against Scotland and Austria. Enjoy! Klinsmann Era 11.28.13 A couple of interesting tidbits: - Tim Howard leads all players...

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Is Steve Cherundolo the Answer for the USMNT at Right-Back?

November 7, 2013
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The following piece was written by Bryan Lincks. You can follow him on Twitter @Bryan_Speaks For fans brand new to the United States men’s national team, Steve Cherundolo might seem like something out of folk lore, like the Yeti, Santa Claus or the Easter...

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Every Minute of Playing Time in the Jurgen Klinsmann Era (updated 10.17.13)

October 17, 2013
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A few months back, I started a spreadsheet to record every minute of playing time in the Jurgen Klinsmann era. Here is the latest update with additions from the...

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23 Seats on the Plane – Who Goes to Brazil? (October 2013 Edition)

October 12, 2013
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Last night, the United States men’s national team defeated Jamaica in its last home World Cup qualifier. The game meant little as the U.S. has already qualified for the...

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Michael Bradley and John Anthony Brooks Injuries Mean Missed Opportunities for USMNT

October 2, 2013
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On Tuesday, speaking to reporters before the U.S. Open Cup Final, United States men’s national team head coach Jurgen Klinsmann confirmed to reporters that both Michael Bradley and John...

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An American Outlaws Chapter in Europe?

September 20, 2013
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American Outlaws, the unofficial supporter’s group of U.S. Soccer, is the epitome of a grassroots organization. To create a local chapter (at least an official one), all one has...

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Danny Williams: An Update on His Progress at Reading FC

September 15, 2013
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One year ago, in Columbus, Ohio, Danny Williams started for the United States men’s national team against Jamaica and put in a performance which cemented him into the starting...

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Costa Rica v. USMNT: Costa Ricans having fun with their gamesmanship

September 5, 2013
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Preparing for tomorrow’s United States men’s national team game against Costa Rica, Jurgen Klinsmann was doing an interview when he got “trolled” by this Costa Rican “cow”. At least...

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USWNT v. Mexico: 3 Thoughts from the U.S.’ Win

September 3, 2013
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The United States women’s national team continued its 12-game unbeaten streak under head coach Tom Sermanni in 2013, beating Mexico 7-0 on Tuesday night. Here are three thoughts from...

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Portland Thorns Defeat Western New York Flash in NWSL Final: 6 Thoughts from the Inaugural NWSL Season

August 31, 2013
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With the Portland Thorns defeating the Western New York Flash in the NWSL Final on Saturday night, the inaugural season of the National Women’s Soccer League is done and...

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Jason Sudeikis Becomes the New Manager of Tottenham Hotspur

August 4, 2013
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NBC has taken over the broadcasting rights of the English Premier League for the 2013-14 season and produced this fantastic parody featuring Jason Sudeikis as the new manager of...

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Rafa Marquez Questions Major League Soccer’s “Professionalism”

July 10, 2013
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Today, former New York Red Bull and Mexican national team captain Rafa Marquez made some comments about Major League Soccer. Rafa Marquez on Barcelona radio show: “I think that...

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Every Minute of Playing Time in the Jurgen Klinsmann Era (updated July 4, 2013)

July 4, 2013
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A few months back, I put together a spreadsheet of every minute of playing time in the Jurgen Klinsmann era. Here it is again with updates from the March...

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Women’s Soccer Still Fighting for Equality

June 7, 2013
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Two stories over this past week have highlighted a disturbing fact—despite the progress of women’s soccer over the past two decades, it is still not afforded the respect that...

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