Posts Tagged ‘ 4-2-3-1 ’

USWNT v Sweden: Four Thoughts from the Win

June 16, 2012
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The United States Women’s National Team took on Sweden Saturday morning earning a solid 3-1 win. Here are four thoughts from the game. Pia Sundhage deserves credit for experimenting The U.S. lined up in a 4-4-2, which has been typical of the team since Olympic qualifying ended, however, this time, their four midfield players...

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USWNT Qualifies for the Olympics with Win over Costa Rica

January 28, 2012
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Surviving a dicey first half, the United States Women’s National Team defeated a feisty Costa Rica side Friday night 3-0 to qualify for the 2012 London Olympics. With one of the deepest rosters in the world, USWNT coach Pia Sundhage selected regular starters Hope Solo, Amy LePeilbet, Rachel Buehler, Christie Rampone, Shannon Boxx, Carli...

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USMNT: Frustrating Game against Belgium Leaves U.S. with More Questions than Answers

September 7, 2011
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Deploying a 4-3-3 again, the Jurgen Klinsmann led U.S. national team once again controlled play early, looked solid in possession, and lost. Similar to the Costa Rica game played late last week, the United States looked good for the 1st 30 minutes as they knocked the ball around, found space and worked out of...

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