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Copa América Centenario: Semifinal Preview

Copa América Centenario: Semifinal Preview

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06/21/2016

USA vs. Argentina The United States once again have their backs against the wall. They face an Argentina team that has won all four of its games comfortably, has only conceded twice during the tournament, can bring the second leading goalscorer in the Premier League (Sergio Aguero) off the bench, and have the man who…

Copa América Centenario: Quarterfinal Summary

Copa América Centenario: Quarterfinal Summary

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06/21/2016

USA 2-1 Ecuador Instead of bringing in Michael Orozco for the injured DeAndre Yedlin, Juergen Klinsmann decided to move Fabian Johnson from left to right back and play Matt Besler at left back. It worked. Johnson managed to handle Jefferson Montero well while Besler hardly had any issues with Antonio Valencia. The United States kept…

Copa América Centenario: Round Three Analysis

Copa América Centenario: Round Three Analysis

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06/17/2016

Group A USA 1-0 Paraguay DeAndre Yedlin complicated matters a little bit, but the United States were able to hold on and secure a hard fought 1-0 victory over a Paraguay team that gave them all they could handle. Brad Guzan had a statement match with a huge double save late in the second half,…

Copa América Centenario: Round Two Analysis

Copa América Centenario: Round Two Analysis

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06/11/2016

Round two is officially complete. Where the teams stand, and what they must do to survive, are clearer now. Group A   USA 4-0 Costa Rica This was much better going forward for the United States than what they showed against Colombia. Clint Dempsey looked like the player that scored in thirty seconds against Ghana,…

Copa América Centenario: Round One Analysis

Copa América Centenario: Round One Analysis

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06/07/2016

With the first round of this expanded, special-edition Copa América finished, it’s time to take a look at where the teams stand and how well they did. Group A USA 0-2 Colombia This was the best that the United States has looked in a competitive match since 2013 during World Cup qualifiers, and overall since…

The Three Lions Roar Again?

The Three Lions Roar Again?

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04/30/2016

Before the March international friendlies, I read an ESPN FC article about England. Wayne Rooney was out injured, but the article argued that even when Rooney is fit, the logical team for manager Roy Hodgson to put out this summer at Euro 2016 in France is one with Jamie Vardy and Harry Kane, the top…

10 Famous Sports Team Moves

10 Famous Sports Team Moves

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04/19/2016

The biggest news in the NFL right now, even with whatever circus Johnny Manziel is in right now, is the recent move by the Rams from St. Louis to Los Angeles. While the move may seem like a drastic change, it certainly isn’t the first time a franchise has up and left. In fact, some…

The Rise of the Chinese Super League

The Rise of the Chinese Super League

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02/09/2016

Fredy Montero joined Chinese Super League club Tianjin Teda on February 6 for €5 million. Montero, the all-time leading goal scorer for Seattle Sounders FC, left Sporting CP, boyhood club of Cristiano Ronaldo and a team in the Champions League group stages in 2014. It’s not uncommon for players to move away from the top…

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