This is the official Last Word on Sports post-game for the USA vs. Haiti 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup Group Stage Match.
Sean is joined by Chris Asbrock to breakdown what happened in the 1-0 victory in the USMNT vs Haiti match.
What were the positives, what were the negatives, and what can be done looking ahead to the final group stage game against Panama, even though they already have first in the group in the bag.
The guys also discuss a little bit about the Panama vs. Honduras match as well towards the end.
Football 2 Futbol: 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup: USMNT vs Haiti Group Stage Match Post-Game Analysis
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Sean Garmer: is a crazy mix of Arkansas, Venezuela, and Texas all rolled into one. He studied Journalism at the University of North Texas and hopes to one day be able to return to finish his degree. Having been born in Arkansas, his favorite college team is the Arkansas Razorbacks, but all of his professional loves come from the DFW area, where he spent 20 years of his life. Sean’s first love is soccer, which began from having an entire latino side of the family that watched the sport. It then grew into him playing soccer all the way into high school and college. He was also able to do color commentary for the University of North Texas Women’s soccer team as well. He then transitioned that into several writing gigs on various websites, including being paid to cover every game in several World Cups. Sean is an avid FC Dallas supporter and has grown to love MLS above all other soccer leagues. His second sport is a tie between American Football and Basketball. Where Sean is a diehard Cowboys and Mavericks fan respectively, but also tries to keep up with other sports as much as he can.
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