Monthly Archives: September 2013

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 to do is find 25 like-minded U.S. Soccer supporters who are willing to pay dues to the national AO organization and find a bar for...

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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 XI in the opinion of many USMNT fans. One year later, after falling out of favor at Hoffenheim and putting in several sub-par games with...

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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 they’re having fun with their gamesmanship. John D. Halloran johnhalloran@hotmail.com Follow @AmerTouchline

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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 the win. The U.S. has a serious dilemma (in a good way) at forward With Alex Morgan sidelined with an MCL sprain suffered during the...

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