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Player ratings from a historic, comfortable USMNT win over Bolivia

Yes, the United States should beat Bolivia at home, and soundly, but that doesn’t make Saturday’s 4-0 win in Kansas City any less fun.

Jurgen Klinsmann’s men throttled Bolivia, picking up the biggest win over a South American foe in national team history while writing in the U.S. 505 more words


USMNT 4-0 Bolivia: Bedoya one of many stars in final Copa America prep match

  • Bedoya sets up two first half goals
  • Zardes gets brace
  • Pulisic becomes youngest U.S. scorer
  • Brooks scores, too.

Don’t look now, but the United States men’s national team is looking pretty darn good ahead of Friday’s Copa America Centenario opener against Colombia. 426 more words

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USMNT-Bolivia preview: Yanks look for momentum ahead of Copa America

Momentum is a funny thing. Numbers don’t really back it up, claiming the better team has momentum simply by nature of being better, but many players and coaches swear by it. 354 more words

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Copa America has MLS players (and fans) partying like it's 1994

It’s a week before the Copa America kicks off in Levi’s Stadium and America’s biggest soccer summer since 1994 hits. The rosters are set, the players are in training camps, but before it begins there’s still one lurking question. 782 more words


Three things we learned from the late USMNT win over Ecuador

Darlington Nagbe was the star against Ecuador, giving the United States the late 1-0 win in Frisco. There wasn’t much to take away from the match, but one attacking setup certainly performed better than the other, and that was the biggest talking point. 358 more words


Media Hit - Feuerstein's Fire

Check out the recording of my conversation with Daniel Feuerstein and Earl Reed on the U.S. Men’s National Team roster.

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Who Is/Isn't Heading to Copa America For the USMNT?

Today, Jurgen Klinsmann named his 23 man roster for the upcoming Copa America tournament, which the USA will host. With the likes of Colombia, Costa Rica, and Paraguay all in the same group as the US the margin for error are slim to none if we expect to get out of the group alive. 1,088 more words

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