1. USMNT Player Ratings Against Honduras

    The USMNT scored a goal Wednesday against Honduras in San Pedro Sula despite giving up two, so there had to be positive rating numbers awarded to someone on this roster. The lone American goal was a beauty...

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  2. Let's Get the Match-Fixing Analogies Right (Updated)

    February 8 update: U.S. soccer fans might not be looking at just an "over there" problem anymore. ESPN's Brett Forrest reports he was told of Gold Cup match fixing as early as last April...

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  3. USMNT Winners and Losers in Tuesday's Canada Friendly

    The biggest losers of the night were the least deserving of that title. They were the people who bought tickets to see the USMNT play Canada on Tuesday...

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  4. Fabian Johnson Injury Highlights USMNT Uncertainties with Outside Backs

    There are potential problems on the USMNT’s backline for the Feb. 6 qualifier in Honduras, and suddenly those problems aren’t confined to the center back positions...

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  5. Questions the USMNT Friendly with Canada Will Answer

    The final round of World Cup qualifiers are just around the corner, and a slew of USMNT roster and starting lineup questions are still apprehensively swirling around the pages of ...

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  6. Breaking the Code on Omar Gonzalez and His Importance to USMNT Camp

    This week, Jurgen Klinsmann talked about the ongoing USMNT camp during a couple interviews, and at both he brought up Omar Gonzalez without being directly asked about the young defender...

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  7. USMNT: Jurgen Klinsmann's Enigmatic Coaching Strategies and Player Selections

    Jurgen Klinsmann has faced tough criticisms for his enigmatic national team approaches, strategies and player selections...

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  8. USMNT Camp Reports: Nutrition and Fitness, with Just a Few Touches So Far

    The fluff reporting from the Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif., is in full operation, but very little is being said that might actually help us fans with immediate gratification needs to get a better grasp on how this tryout is progressing...

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  9. USMNT World Cup Qualifying: Bold Predictions for the Hexagonal

    As we prepare to enter the CONCACAF hexagonal World Cup qualifiers, what else can sports writers do except offer their bold predictions for how things will turn out? As the name implies, the hex is comprised of six national teams...

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  10. USMNT Qualifiers: Why a Mountain Venue for Costa Rica Game Could Be Mistake

    Speculation is growing that the USMNT might schedule a mountain venue in Colorado or Utah for its March 22 qualifier against Costa Rica, but that could prove to be a costly mistake...

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  11. The USMNT Will Go as Far as Michael Bradley Leads It in 2013 and Beyond

    In the coming hexagonal qualifiers and potentially the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, the USMNT will go as far as it is led by its roving center-midfielder Michael Bradley . Bradley, though only 25 years old, has been a U...

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  12. Joshua Gatt Could Be the Next USMNT Household Name

    Joshua Gatt , a 21-year-old winger from Michigan who currently plays for Norwegian club Molde , could become the next household name on the USMNT ...

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  13. MLS Powers San Jose and Los Angeles Just Maybe Could Hang in the EPL

    Could San Jose and Los Angeles, the last two MLS Supporters' Shield winners, avoid EPL relegation? It would be close, but just maybe they could...

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  14. USMNT: Would an Intrapool Scrimmage Alter Klinsmann's View of MLS?

    If Coach Jurgen Klinsmann is looking for a novel approach at USMNT training camp this January, he could consider an intrapool scrimmage between presumed starters and players from MLS clubs...

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  15. 5 Reasons MLS Can Continue to Grow in Popularity This Christmas

    This Christmas, MLS Commissioner Don Garber finds a more popular league under his tree, so let’s take a look at the five players who helped wrap and deliver that present...

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  16. MLS Moves: How a Larger Deal Could Bring Luis Fabiano to D.C. United

    The rumors of D.C. United interest in Luis Fabiano sound fantastic, with transfer fees far above what the MLS team can afford, yet there are ways in which the Brazilian striker could find himself wearing United's Black and Red next year...

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  17. 5 Who Contributed the Most to MLS History

    Is it a good time to start a new conversation on the players who have had the greatest impact on MLS history? With another dramatic season concluded, and now facing six long, dark ...

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  18. Names to Know: Rubio Rubin Lighting Up U-17 Fields

    The U.S. U-17s lead the pack at the four-team Nike International Friendlies in Lakewood Ranch, Fla., thanks to midfielder/forward Rubio Rubin and his three goals and three assists in two games...

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  19. David Beckham's MLS Balance Sheet in the Red After 6 Seasons with Galaxy

    As David Beckham prepares to play his last game with the Los Angeles Galaxy , it is time to review the former England captain's balance sheet in the States with MLS. Black or red? No, that's not a reference to his AC Milan jersey...

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  20. USMNT: Jurgen Klinsmann's NCAA Soccer Scouting Report

    If Jurgen Klinsmann , coach of the U.S. men's national soccer team (USMNT), is planning to watch any NCAA men’s tournament action, which games should he choose? On which players ...

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  21. USMNT: Should Jurgen Klinsmann Watch the NCAA Tournament?

    This is the first of a two-part series. The second part is scheduled for Nov. 21. Should Jurgen Klinsmann , coach of the U.S...

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  22. USMNT: Winners and Losers from Friendly with Russia

    Some friendlies matter more than others, either because of the opponent being played or the juxtaposition of the match with other national team events. The U.S...

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  23. USMNT: Altidore, Chandler Back on Roster for Friendly with Russia

    The U.S. men's national team (USMNT), which is training today in Frankfurt, will have Jozy Altidore and Timmy Chandler on its roster when it travels to Russia for a friendly on Wednesday...

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  24. MLS Playoffs: Dynamo Deny D.C.'s Destiny Discussion

    BBVA Compass Stadium, Nov. 11, Houston Dynamo 3, D.C. United 1 Even before D.C. United had fully secured its improbable ticket to Houston and the Eastern Conference Finals, the soft whispers of destiny started to circulate...

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  25. MLS Playoffs: DC United Advances in Fitting Second Leg to First's Fiasco

    United's Nick DeLeon scored the game's only goal on a through ball in the 88th minute of the MLS Eastern Conference semifinals between D.C. United and New York Red Bulls. With the win at New York's Red Bull Arena, D...

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