Posts Tagged ‘ oguchi onyewu ’

USMNT: Mixed Bag in Friendly with Ecuador

October 12, 2011
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Against Ecuador on Tuesday night, the United States Men’s National Team, led by coach Jurgen Klinsmann, lost 1-0 bringing his record in charge to a paltry 1-3-1. Despite the loss, which is troublesome in and of itself, there were a few bright spots for the team. The reemergence of Oguchi Onyewu was clearly the...

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USMNT: Jurgen Klinsmann Must Start Learning from His Mistakes

October 10, 2011
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On Saturday night in Miami, the United States Men’s National Team dug out a 1-0 victory against Honduras, the first win under new head coach Jurgen Klinsmann. However, the victory revealed several deficiencies in the U.S. team. Honduras, one of America’s biggest competitors for one of CONCACAF’s three World Cup spots, was missing several...

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USMNT: 5 Things Jurgen Klinsmann Should Experiment with Against Honduras and Ecuador

October 7, 2011
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Entering his fourth and fifth games at the helm of the United States Men’s National Team, head coach Jurgen Klinsmann is still looking for his first win. With results at this point a secondary concern to roster decisions, formation tweaking and player evaluation, here are five things Klinsmann should be looking to experiment with...

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