1. Americans Abroad Wrap: John Brooks and Jonathan Spector Return from Injury

    After a horror show of injuries over the past few weeks, a number of Americans abroad, including John Anthony Brooks and Jonathan Spector , returned to action this weekend...

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  2. Power Ranking the MLS Fanbases

    Fanbases in Major League Soccer run the gamut from sensational to abysmal. Now headed into its 19th season with 19 teams and three more franchises on the horizon, both MLS and its ...

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  3. Does Julian Green Deserve a Spot on the USMNT World Cup Roster?

    With the news on Friday that German-American Julian Green will be training with the United States men's national team prior to the team's March 5 friendly against the Ukraine, ...

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  4. How Clint Dempsey Can Regain Form Before World Cup

    With only four months left before the United States men's national team heads to Brazil for the World Cup, one of the major concerns for head coach Jurgen Klinsmann and U.S. fans has to be the form of the team's key goalscorer, Clint Dempsey ...

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  5. Americans Abroad Wrap: Julian Green Agrees to Train with USMNT

    It was a rather quiet week for Americans playing abroad, save one giant announcement—that Bayern Munich product and German-American Julian Green will be training with the U...

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  6. Should Chris Wondolowski Represent the USMNT at the World Cup?

    Two weeks ago, in a friendly against South Korea, Chris Wondolowski scored two goals for the United States men's national team, once again sparking the debate about whether or not he should represent the team at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil...

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  7. MLS: Previewing the Eastern Conference Contenders

    With more offseason moves than most fans can keep track of, Major League Soccer’s Eastern Conference will be up for grabs in 2014...

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  8. Why DeAndre Yedlin Is a Name All USMNT Fans Should Know About

    DeAndre Yedlin enjoyed a sudden rise in 2013, going from a relative unknown to a Major League Soccer All-Star and even popping up on the United States men’s national team radar by the end of the year...

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  9. The 23 USMNT Players Jurgen Klinsmann Should Be Taking to Brazil

    With the 2014 World Cup in Brazil on the horizon, United States men’s national team head coach Jurgen Klinsmann will have some difficult decisions to make in the months ahead...

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  10. Americans Abroad Wrap: Injuries for Aron Johannsson and Timmy Chandler

    It was a rough week for Americans playing abroad, as injuries struck a number of key players, including Aron Johannsson , Timmy Chandler and Jermaine Jones...

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  11. Is It Time for USMNT to Bring Back Timmy Chandler?

    Since Steve Cherundolo started having problems with his knee in late 2012, the United States men’s national team has been searching for his replacement at right-back...

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  12. Why Aron Johannsson Should Start for USMNT in World Cup Opener in Brazil

    Since filing his one-time international switch from Iceland to the United States men’s national team this summer, Aron Johannsson has been on fire in front of goal, scoring ...

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  13. Can D.C. United Go from Worst to First in 2014 MLS Season?

    By almost any measure, D.C. United’s 2013 Major League Soccer season was a bust. Yes, they did win the U.S...

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  14. How Will MLS Transfers Affect USMNT World Cup Hopefuls?

    This Major League Soccer offseason, three U.S. internationals have made moves into or within MLS . Eddie Johnson, after a long, public spat with the Seattle Sounders over his pay, left for D...

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  15. Americans Abroad Wrap: Jermaine Jones Moves to Besiktas

    It was another busy week for Americans playing abroad, highlighted by a goal for Danny Williams and transfer news for Jermaine Jones and Brek Shea...

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  16. USMNT vs. South Korea: 6 Things We Learned

    The United States men’s national soccer team defeated South Korea 2-0 in a friendly on Saturday afternoon on the back of two goals by Chris Wondolowski ...

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  17. USMNT vs. South Korea: Who Should Jurgen Klinsmann Start?

    On Saturday, the United States men's national team and head coach Jurgen Klinsmann will wrap up the team's annual January camp with a friendly against South Korea. The game will be televised on ESPN2 at 2 p...

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  18. 5 Youngsters Who Could Make a Late Push for a Place in USA World Cup Squad

    The 2014 World Cup in Brazil is only five months away and United States men’s national team head coach Jurgen Klinsmann has already said that he has 14-16 players in mind for the final roster...

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  19. Keys for Jurgen Klinsmann to Get USMNT Ready for the World Cup

    The United States men’s national team and head coach Jurgen Klinsmann only have five months left before this summer’s World Cup...

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  20. Americans Abroad Wrap: Goals for Aron Johannsson, Brek Shea and Timmy Chandler

    In an exciting week of action for Americans playing abroad, five Yanks got on their team’s respective scoresheets with a goal, including Aron Johannsson , Brek Shea, Timmy Chandler, Oguchi Onyewu and Paul Arriola ...

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  21. 6 American Players MLS Should Bring Home Next

    With the signing of American international Michael Bradley last week, Major League Soccer took another step forward in its commitment to improving the league...

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  22. Best and Worst USA World Cup Jerseys

    In the modern era, the United States men's national team has qualified for an impressive seven consecutive World Cups. The 2014 edition is only five months away and the World Cup kit "leaks" have already begun...

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  23. Can MLS Take Advantage of Loan System More Efficiently?

    In 2013, there were 69 loans involving Major League Soccer players, but the system still sits largely in the shadows...

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  24. Why Michael Bradley Returning to MLS Is Good for USMNT

    Two weeks ago, when ESPN commentator Taylor Twellman announced via Twitter that Michael Bradley was close to a deal bringing him back to Major League Soccer, United States men’s soccer team fans and pundits, alike, were shocked...

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  25. Americans Abroad Wrap: Juan Agudelo and Michael Parkhurst Seal Transfers

    It was another action-packed week for Americans playing abroad, topped by the transfers of Juan Agudelo and Michael Parkhurst ...

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