Tag: US Soccer

Does Bruce Arena make sense for the U.S.?

Does Bruce Arena make sense for the U.S.?

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12/06/2016

Last Monday, Jurgen Klinsmann was fired as head coach of the U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team. A day later, Bruce Arena was hired as his replacement. Arena previously managed the team from 1998-2006, leading them to the quarterfinals of 2002 World Cup. By bringing back Arena for a second stint, U.S. soccer and its president,…

USA vs Mexico Preview

USA vs Mexico Preview

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11/11/2016

College basketball may be dominating the sports world this week, but this month’s international break means the beginning of the final stage of 2018 World Cup qualifying in CONCACAF. This round is known as the Hexagonal round, given the six teams that make it up. CONCACAF couldn’t have asked for a better start than the…

I’d Like to Thank the Academy

I’d Like to Thank the Academy

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01/28/2015

For many, the start of the New Year is an opportunity to turn the page, to start anew, a clean slate. This is especially true for the 25-year-old American striker Jozy Altidore. After a disastrous eighteen-month stint with Sunderland worth no more than three goals, Altidore has decided to move stateside and join USMNT teammate…

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