Posts Tagged ‘ us soccer ’

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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USMNT: Americans That Need a Transfer Before August 31st

August 14, 2011
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With the transfer window closing in a little over two weeks, which American players need a move? So far this off-season, Americans Jozy Altidore, Alejandro Bedoya, Freddy Adu and Oguchi Onyewu have already secured transfers into seemingly better club situations that promise more exposure, more playing time, or both. Here’s my list of Americans...

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USMNT: Bob Bradley’s Firing Was the Right Decision at the Right Time

July 28, 2011
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US Soccer’s decision to release Bob Bradley earlier today ends a tumultuous 5 year period for the U.S. Men’s National program, but few will doubt it was the right decision at the right time. Prior to Bradley, the U.S.’s ranking had risen as high as 4th in the world. While most fans, including U.S....

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