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Impossible Comparisons: The U.S. Team in 2010 and 2014

Was the 2014 United States team better than the 2010 version?

It’s been almost two weeks since the United States men’s national team fell to Belgium and out of the 2014 FIFA World Cup. 888 more words

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Freddy Adu headed for trial at AZ Alkmaar

Still looking for a successful club spell abroad, former US super-prospect Freddy Adu will have a trial at Dutch club AZ Alkmaar.

The club, current employers of Aron Johannsson and formerly Jozy Altidore, finished eighth in the Eredivisie last season. 176 more words

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Jurgen Earns Eveyone's Respect

I thought I would have been back to a World Cup by now, but I haven’t. This was me, eight years ago walking off into the wilderness next to the stadium in Frankfurt. 540 more words

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Jurgen Klinsmann knows the USA must 'prove it' against Belgium

While working as a television analyst for ESPN last World Cup, United States manager Jürgen Klinsmann criticised the national team’s performance following a round of 16 loss to Ghana that sent the Americans home. 492 more words

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United States vs. Ghana Round III: Much Has Changed in Four Years

Ghana, right? It had to be Ghana, didn’t it?

United States soccer fans have dreaded, bemoaned and cursed the National Team’s draw since December. Nope, it wasn’t enough that Jurgen Klinsmann’s team landed in a group alongside European powers Germany and Portugal. 1,177 more words

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Ghana brings out emotion in former U.S. coach Bob Bradley

NATAL, Brazil – When the United States kicks off its World Cup campaign on Monday against Ghana, Bob Bradley won’t be in the stands. His son, Michael, will be starting in central midfield. 814 more words

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USA Soccer World Cup Profile: Midfielder Michael Bradley

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Michael Bradley is an outstanding midfielder and most likely one of the best Americans playing anywhere at that position. Bradley is a hard worker on the field with a strong motor and a nice passing touch. 603 more words

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