Tags » Eric Wynalda

Goal of the Week: Eric Wynalda v. Guatemala, November 1996

Odd circumstances surrounded the start of the 1998 World Cup Qualifying campaign.  By virtue of hosting the 1994 World Cup, the US hadn’t played a CONCACAF qualifier since the epic game against Trindad and Tobago, a seven year span.  298 more words

Soccer

Top 5 Pontiac Silverdome Sports Moments

Forty years after it opened, the Pontiac Silverdome is set to be demolished. The Detroit Lions left in 2002, the roof was destroyed, and the MLS expansion club never materialized. 262 more words

NFL

Who is the Next Chicago Fire Coach?

New Chicago Fire General Manager Nelson Rodriguez speaks to the press for the first time officially this Sunday. Media speculates that a great deal of this conversation revolves around choosing a coach for the 2015 season. 1,303 more words

Chicago Fire Soccer

Eric Wynalda: 'Astonished If World Cup Is Played In Qatar'

First came the penalties, now come the red cards.

A lot of them.

Heads are rolling throughout FIFA today, as the U.S. Department of Justice indicted 14 high-ranking officials within the organization on charges of corruption and bribery. 509 more words

Headlines

History and Memory featuring Eric Wynalda and Tab Ramos

When I decided to sit down and begin writing about the Odyssean experience of following soccer in America, I had to figure out where to start. 269 more words

American Soccer

If Eric Wynalda Starred in a Paul Thomas Anderson Film...

Eric Wynalda. I’ve already written about him and his free kick against Switzerland, but he bears mentioning again. Growing up in the 90’s following soccer in the US, especially in California, Wynalda holds a special place in my heart and early memories of fandom. 609 more words

American Soccer

History & Memory feat. Eric Wynalda and Tab Ramos

When I decided to sit down and begin writing about the Odyssean experience of following soccer in America, I had to figure out where to start. 269 more words

American Soccer