Archives: US National Team

The Warning Signs in a Big Win for U.S. National Team

Posted on by Robert Hay

This morning, U.S. soccer fans are again wearing their rose-colored glasses and celebrating the home team’s necessary 1-0 win over Jamaica last night at Crew Stadium.  With the win, the Yanks sit atop Group A and control their destiny in … Continue reading

Big 3: Questions Heading Into USA vs. Jamaica

Posted on by Earl Reed

On a day in September that continues to weigh heavily on minds in this country. the United States will face Jamaica in mid-Ohio this evening. Rather than hash over the previous disappointment, here are what I feel are the looming … Continue reading

Men’s National Team: Are We Overreacting?

Posted on by Earl Reed

Friday night, things didn’t go as well as had been hoped. A trip to “The Office,” officially known as National Stadium in Kingston, Jamaica, spelled a 2-1 loss for the U.S. Men’s National Team. With three games played in Group … Continue reading

beIn Sport Acquires Rights For US Away World Cup Qualifiers

Posted on by Earl Reed

United States Men’s National Team fans, if you haven’t had a reason to lobby your local carrier for the new beIn Sport network, you just might have one now. The rumors I spoke of on this week’s MLSTalk Podcast have … Continue reading

US Earns Historic 1-0 Win At Estadio Azteca

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

It was a match of a lifetime. It was something that maybe none of us thought was ever going to happen while we are on this earth. But for a full ninety minutes at one of the best home field … Continue reading

Hope(less): Does Hope Solo Hurt the U.S. National Team?

Posted on by Robert Hay

The summer games in London are right around the corner, but for the U.S. women’s national team the tournament is about more than a gold medal.  It is a chance to put behind them the disappointing loss in last year’s … Continue reading

USMNT Fallout Of The Rangers Collapse

Posted on by Earl Reed

Scottish football is currently at a pivotal moment in its illustrious history. While the Scottish National Team has taken a dip (as evidenced by the thrashing the United States awarded the Scots in May), their Premier League has continued to … Continue reading

Is 4 Points Good Enough So Far?

Posted on by Earl Reed

The United States’ first sojourn into 2014 FIFA World Cup Qualifying is over, concluding with a 1-1 draw in Guatemala City. This result has put the US in first place in Group A on goal difference, level on points with … Continue reading

Guatemala-US Preview: Time To Grind Out A Result

Posted on by Earl Reed

We’ve heard the rhetoric from Klinsmann. Tonight will be his team’s first test at playing the right kind of nasty. Nearly a fortnight ago, the United States fell to visiting Brazil 4-1 at FedEx Field outside of Washington, D.C. The … Continue reading

Feuerstein’s Fire World Cup Qualifying Special

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

Feuerstein’s Fire World Cup Qualifying Special 2014 World Cup Qualifying USA At Guatemala Tuesday, June 12th 9:30PM EDT – 6:30PM PDT Pre-Game Show Midnight EDT – 9PM PDT Post Game Show On Location Daniel Feuerstein from the Football Factory at … Continue reading