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Massive Player Pool Awaiting Jurgen Klinsmann and 2018 USMNT World Cup Roster

July 5, 2014
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Now that the 2014 World Cup is over for the United States men’s national team, the focus for the USMNT and head coach Jurgen Klinsmann will turn to the 2015 Gold Cup, the 2016 Copa America and, eventually, the 2018 World Cup. In no particular order, and probably with a glaring omission or two,...

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Landon Donovan Called up by Mexican National Team

June 1, 2014
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The following is satire and was written by Brian Halloran. In shocking news, after the broken leg suffered by Mexican midfielder Luis Montes in yesterday’s friendly against Ecuador, the Mexican national football team has called up former United States’ standout Landon Donovan. The Mexican government simultaneously announced that they have granted Donovan political asylum...

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Analyzing USMNT’s Chances of Advancing from “Group of Death” at World Cup 2014

December 7, 2013
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Analyzing USMNT’s Chances of Advancing from “Group of Death” at World Cup 2014

The following piece was written by Andrew Marcinko. You can follow him on Twitter @FootyAmerica or visit his blog at www.footyamerica.com It was a wild day on Friday for American soccer, as the Yanks were seemingly the biggest story of the World Cup draw. Let’s take a look at what we’re up against. First...

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USMNT: Every Minute of Playing Time in the Jurgen Klinsmann Era (updated 11.28.13)

November 28, 2013
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Here is an updated spreadsheet of every minute of playing time for the USMNT in the Jurgen Klinsmann era, now updated with the November friendlies against Scotland and Austria. Enjoy! Klinsmann Era 11.28.13 A couple of interesting tidbits: - Tim Howard leads all players with 2,726 minutes. - Clint Dempsey is first of all...

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23 Seats on the Plane – Who Goes to Brazil? (October 2013 Edition)

October 12, 2013
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Last night, the United States men’s national team defeated Jamaica in its last home World Cup qualifier. The game meant little as the U.S. has already qualified for the World Cup, but it was another important opportunity for head coach Jurgen Klinsmann to look at his team. At this point, every game counts for...

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