Tag: U.S. Soccer

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…

Jurgen Klinsmann’s Conundrum

Jurgen Klinsmann’s Conundrum

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02/03/2016

On October 15, 2015, Major League Soccer commissioner Don Garber claimed that Jurgen Klinsmann, the United States men’s national team manager, made comments detrimental to the league when the former German star claimed that it was difficult to find high levels of play in the MLS, compared to top-flight European leagues. Just a week ago, the…

Soccer Politics: Klinsmann, Controversy and Culture

Soccer Politics: Klinsmann, Controversy and Culture

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09/29/2015

Jurgen Klinsmann has been a controversial figure for U.S. Soccer ever since he was first appointed manager of the United States Men’s National Team in 2011. His background and credentials as both player and manager were impressive: he was very successful in his time playing professionally, and came to the USA after a similarly successful…

The Inevitable Rise of the MLS

The Inevitable Rise of the MLS

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09/24/2015

Things are changing for professional soccer in the United States. Earlier this year, Orlando City SC and NYCFC squared off in front of a crowd of 62,538 screaming fans. Both of these teams symbolize the growth of soccer in America and are examples of what the MLS will become in the near future. Both teams…

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