Michael Bradley Should Be Dropped From The USMNT

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(Editorial) – Michael Bradley has long been a name on the team sheet that people expect to be at every tournament and every friendly match, but he shouldn’t be so safe when the USMNT makes their roster decisions. Over the period of the last few years, during the time he went from AS Roma in […] READ MORE


The Klinsmann Era Part 2: Experimentation to Exhaustion

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If you haven’t yet, make sure to check out part one of this series here. After the US bowed out of the World Cup and the newly converted soccer-loving American populace fought their way through the resulting emotional hangover, the collective focus of the soccer world shifted to the future. The standout performances of surprisingly effective young […] READ MORE


A Look at the CONCACAF World Cup Qualifiers

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Taking a look at the third round of CONCACAF World Cup Qualifiers (WCQ), there appears to be lots of opportunities for twelve nations to succeed. The region’s third round of WCQ kicks off on September 4th with return leg games on September 8th. Twelve CONCACAF teams will play for the right to advance to the […] READ MORE


The Klinsmann Era Part One: Beginnings to Brazil

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It was the 25th of June, 2011 and the US Men’s National Team had just dropped the Gold Cup Final to Mexico by a score of 4-2. In front of 93,420 spectators in Pasadena, California, El Tri ripped the trophy from the grasp of the Americans thanks to four unanswered goals. It was a heartbreaker […] READ MORE


Time For Gold Cup Rotation

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Mexico won their seventh Gold Cup on Sunday night, defeating Jamaica 3-1 in the final and all I could think of as I watched that final was is it time for a Gold Cup rotation. Would the final have been the same matchup had this tournament taken place in Mexico or Canada or perhaps co-hosted […] READ MORE



Continual CONCACAF Fraud Impairs Gold Cup Quality

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This article won’t go into Jamaica’s upset over the US or the CONCACAF fraud controversy surrounding Panama and Mexico. However both games could have been much better if the quality of the field was anything up to the standards an international competition should be held too. The ball would constantly bounce across the carpet for […] READ MORE


Mexico vs Panama: Once, Twice, Three Times Mark Geiger?

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Mark Geiger and family might want to avoid vacationing in Panama for a while. Instead of the grit Panama showed, or Mexico’s continued difficulty with scoring from open play, people will be talking about: Mark Geiger. In the 25th minute Luis Tejada jumped into the air for a loose ball; it missed his head, but […] READ MORE


Gold Cup Final at Lincoln Financial Field Sold Out

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(Wednesday, July 22, 2015) – The following is a press release from the Confederation of North, Central America and the Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF). CONCACAF today announced that all tickets have been sold for the CONCACAF Gold Cup 2015 Final, which will be played this Sunday, July 26 (7:30 p.m. ET) at Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial […] READ MORE