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All posts tagged "United States"
USMNT prepare for Columbia in landmark Copa Centenario opener
The United States national team trained at Avaya Stadium ahead of their Copa Centenario opener against Columbia at Levi’s Stadium. We caught up with the squad at Tuesday’s training session to get the scoop on their preparations...
- Posted June 1, 2016
In Pictures: USA train in San Jose ahead of Copa Centenario
The US Men’s National Team trained at Avaya Stadium ahead of the upcoming Copa Centenario and Football Every Day was there to capture all the best shots. All photos © Football Every Day and Aaron Morgan
- Posted May 31, 2016
Nagbe’s late winner propels USMNT past Ecuador
Now is Darlington Nagbe’s time. The brilliant qualities of the Portland Timbers winger often evade the scoresheet – a deft first touch, the ability to accelerate past a player, or pick out an incisive through-ball — but...
- Posted May 25, 2016
A Wondo-ful Weekend: Chris Wondolowski Interview
Between signing a new multi-year contract extension with the San Jose Earthquakes, getting called up to the USMNT’s Copa Centenario squad and coming back from behind against the LA Galaxy, Chris Wondolowski had an action-packed weekend. Alex Morgan...
- Posted May 23, 2016
Which forwards will Jürgen Klinsmann take to Copa Centenario?
In naming his provisional forty-man roster for the Copa Centenario on US soil in June, Jürgen Klinsmann laid the groundwork for a promising American squad. Now with just six days until the final roster deadline on May...
- Posted May 14, 2016
MLS has a continuity problem
Leicester City’s glorious rags-to-riches Premier League triumph captures the essence of the beautiful game: the ability for any team, player or coach to rise from the bottom with nothing but hard work, talent, and a shrewd outlook....
- Posted May 12, 2016
Discontent with Klinsmann at all-time high following US loss to Guatemala
This year alone, Jurgen Klinsmann has had a month-long January training camp and two international friendlies to prepare for a seemingly routine World Cup Qualifying match with Guatemala, a team ranked two places behind Faroe Islands in...
- Posted March 25, 2016
Liverpool, AC Milan join exciting lineup of Bay Area summer soccer
The Bay Area’s summer of soccer just got that much bigger with the announcement that Liverpool will face AC Milan in the International Champions Cup at the SF 49er’s Levi’s Stadium. Liverpool are set to return Stateside...
- Posted March 22, 2016
Spotting the next generation of American goalkeepers
The United States Men’s National Team has a storied tradition of churning out great goalkeepers. All five Americans currently plying their trade in the Premier League are defenders and two, Aston Villa’s Brad Guzan and Everton’s Tim...
- Posted March 21, 2016
Arsenal announced as 2016 MLS All-Star Game opponents in San Jose
The 2001 MLS All-Star Game was the last All-Star game held in the Bay Area. That match featured East versus West at Spartan Stadium, the San Jose Earthquakes’ home from 1996 to 2005. MLS Deputy Commissioner Mark...
- Posted February 11, 2016