Tag Archives: U.S. Men’s National Team

Claudio Reyna Interview (Part 2): MLS Talk Podcast

Posted on by Richard Farley

On this edition to the Major League Soccer Talk podcast, I’m joined by a former captain of the United States Men’s National Team, Claudio Reyna. This is the second part of my interview with Claudio, with the first portion released … Continue reading

U.S. 2, El Salvador 1 – The Morning After

Posted on by Randy Capps

It was a performance unlikely to show up on any clinic videos any time soon, but the United States notched a 2-1 win over El Salvador in a friendly Wednesday night at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa. Midfielder Sacha Kljestan … Continue reading

Grant Wahl Interview: MLS Talk Podcast

Posted on by Richard Farley

Grant Wahl is a senior writer for Sports Illustrated and author of the best seller, The Beckham Experiment. In Tampa for the U.S. Mens National Team’s friendly with El Salvador, Grant joined the MLS Talk podcast Wednesday to talk USMNT … Continue reading

United States Men’s National Team: Formation Paralysis and the 4-2-2-2

Posted on by Richard Farley

One of the positives Bob Bradley has brought to the United States Men’s National Team is formation stability. Whereas Bruce Arena employed an admirable adaptability, Bradley’s move to an unvarying 4-4-2 has given his players consistent time within one system, … Continue reading