Posts Tagged ‘ herculez gomez ’

USMNT game v Antigua Leaves Major Questions to be Answered

June 11, 2012
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Friday night the United States Men’s National Team put together a thoroughly unimpressive 3-1 win over CONCACAF minnow Antigua and Barbuda to open up the team’s World Cup qualifying campaign. In a game fraught with frustration and mistakes, here are eight things we learned about the U.S.’s 2014 World Cup campaign. Is Jurgen Klinsmann...

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USMNT v. Brazil: 8 Thoughts from the Loss

May 31, 2012
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Following the United States Men’s National Team’s thrashing of Scotland last Saturday night, many U.S. fans were beginning to dream that after so many starts and stops, the U.S. had finally arrived on the world stage. However, the Brazilians brought the dreaming Americans back to earth Wednesday night, thoroughly beating the USMNT 4-1. Here...

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USMNT: 4 Americans Who Deserved a Call-Up for the October Friendlies

October 1, 2011
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On Thursday, United States Men’s National Team coach Jurgen Klinsmann called up 22 players for the team’s upcoming friendlies against Honduras and Ecuador. While Oguchi Onyewu will make his well deserved return to the team, here are four Americans who deserved, and didn’t get, a call-up. Alejandro Bedoya Despite a fantastic Gold Cup, a...

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