Marc Wilmots Sacked by Belgian FA

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After a disappointing Euro 2016, Marc Wilmots was today sacked by the Belgian FA. Belgium had gone into the competition as the number two ranked team on the FIFA list only to be humiliated by Wales in the Quarter Finals. Wilmots tactics and team selection had come under intense scrutiny in recent times. Belgium are […] READ MORE


Irish Eyes Now Turn To The World Cup

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Irish eyes now turn to the World Cup and Russia 2018. Republic of Ireland players can be reasonably proud of their performances, as their Euro 2016 participation ends. The Boys in Green, came up against a very determined host nation in France. Despite going behind to an early goal via Robbie Brady, the French didn’t wilt in […] READ MORE



Jurgen Klinsmann Isn’t The Problem

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After the loss to Argentina in the Copa America, there are large pockets of supporters calling for Jurgen Klinsmann to be sacked. Let’s get one thing set straight here, Klinsmann isn’t the problem. Can the United States get past the idea that they’re the best at every sport, allowing Klinsmann to be successful? Only time will tell. […] READ MORE



USA Loss to Guatemala is No Reason to Panic

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The United States fell 2-0 to Guatemala on the road on Friday night and it is bringing the fire Jurgen Klinsmann debate back to the forefront. The result was far from ideal for the USA, who could have qualified for the Hex with a sweep against the Central American minnows. Despite the angry fans storming […] READ MORE


Wrapping Up The U.S. January Training Camp

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The U.S. Men’s national team wrapped up a 27 day stretch of internal evaluation, future planning and overall orientation to the Klinsmann way, otherwise known as the yearly January training camp. As previous camps, the training camp wrapped up with a pair of friendlies, this year’s opponents included an Iceland team made up of a […] READ MORE


Wales: The 57-Year Tournament Wait is Over

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Scenes of jubilation engulfed the 750-strong Welsh crowd at the Bilino Polje Stadium last night as Wales qualified for a major tournament for the first time in 57 years since the 1958 World Cup despite a 2-0 away defeat at Bosnia and Herzegovina. Wales: The 57-year tournament wait is over Welsh fans awaited the news […] READ MORE


World Cup Qualifiers Begin in South America

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The CONMEBOL World Cup Qualifiers kick off this week with an eye on Russia for 2018. The new World Cup cycle will once again feature all ten South American teams; the 2014 cycle only featured nine of the teams since Brazil received an automatic bid as hosts. CONMEBOL had six in the World Cup for […] READ MORE