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USMNT: The importance of third place over Colombia

The USMNT was unceremoniously rocked by Argentina. Hence my week-long silence. I was having recurring nightmares of Lionel Messi’s bending free kick that seemed to defy logic. It’s hard to blame Brad Guzan for it because he had the corner covered. Somehow it just went up and over his hand before dipping under the crossbar. […]

HOUSTON, TX - JUNE 21:  Lionel Messi #10 of Argentina passes through a group of defenders in the first half against the United States during a 2016 Copa America Centenario Semifinal match at NRG Stadium on June 21, 2016 in Houston, Texas.  (Photo by Scott Halleran/Getty Images)

Copa América: La Albiceleste

This a series delving into the passion and flair that makes the Copa América a worthy tournament of the sport we love. We hope through the succession of these articles you find joy in the tillage of the tournament and discover what makes soccer, fútbol. Please consider reading the series in order, it’ll make the journey […]

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USMNT: Time for the Outlaws to live up to their name

The USMNT have a rather large match today. Argentina, a country with over a century of history in a sport that has only really started picking up in our very own nation as of a couple decades ago, is on the docket. Against our nation, the upstarts of the soccer world. Where it is just […]

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Copa América: The USMNT Replacements

This a series delving into the passion and flair that makes the Copa América a worthy tournament of the sport we love. We hope through the succession of these articles you find joy in the tillage of the tournament and discover what makes soccer, fútbol. Please consider reading the series in order, it’ll make the journey […]

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USMNT: Can they do it without Jermaine Jones?

The USMNT won a thriller, and a hotly-contested thriller, against Ecuador. After their horrible start to the group stages, few would have seen the US going far but thanks to a penalty call against Costa Rica, the confidence of the red, white and blue was turned completely on its head. They went on to not […]

CHICAGO, IL - JULY 01:  Fans watch overtime play at Soldier Field between Belgium and the USA in a World Cup match being played at Arena Fonte Nova in Salvador, Brazil on July 1, 2014 in Chicago, Illinois. Organizers said 28,000 people attended the watch party at Soldier Field. Belgium won the match 2-1.  (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Copa América Part 5: La Tri Los Amarillos

This is a series delving into the passion and flair that makes the Copa América a worthy tournament of the sport we love. We hope through the succession of these articles you find joy in the tillage of the tournament and discover what makes soccer, fútbol. Please consider reading the series in order, it’ll make […]

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Brazil handball catastrophe pushes need for instant replay

Any Copa America competition in any given year, you expect to see Brazil. Even without Neymar, they remain one of the best teams in the world and their quality is plain to see on any given match day. Given the crash-and-burn semi-final clash with Germany in the 2014 World Cup and the Quarter-Final bow-out in […]

Michael Bradley, USMNT

USMNT: Michael Bradley has everything to prove

With Paraguay waiting, knowing that a win will secure advance and push the USMNT out of the Copa America Centenario, we have to expect a tough fight. The Americans will need a strong display from their key guys and whether I like it or not, Michael Bradley falls in that category. I have never seen […]

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USMNT: Is progression from group enough to save Klinsmann?

The USMNT’s emphatic win against Costa Rica is still fresh in our minds as we go into the final group stage match against Paraguay. Only needing a point to progress, the odds are in the USMNT’s favor, despite starting the group stage off horrendously against Colombia. That will mean that the USMNT progresses as the […]

Alexis Sanchez, Copa America, Chile

Copa America: Chile can defend title despite setback

The first marquee match of Copa America Centenario lived up to its expectations. Chile vs Argentina, rivals for life. Everything about the game screamed ‘juggernaut vs juggernaut’ and by the end, there were no players who couldn’t hang their hat on a match well fought. It’s why we call it the beautiful game. Argentina emerged […]

Jermaine Jones, USMNT

USMNT find their heart and soul in Jermaine Jones

I’ve been restating how the USMNT turned disappointment into elation all too much lately, so I’ll just skip it this time. You all saw the transformation between the match against Colombia and the match against Costa Rica. It was like night and day. What made it so strange is that Jurgen Klinsmann made zero changes […]

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Copa America: Costa Rica’s encore turning disastrous

It really is a shame how it all went down. The United States had been outmatched by a ‘headless’ Colombia and Costa Rica were primed to take advantage. For seven long, excruciating minutes, Los Ticos were in control. Their sheer athleticism was too much for the USMNT to handle and it looked to be heading […]

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