Monthly Archives: May 2012

Brazil Ain’t Scotland
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Well, that hurt. The good vibes from the U.S. romp over Scotland disipated in a blur of yellow jersey’s and a 4-1 Brazil victory. A dose of reality for sky high American fans? Perhaps, but let’s also have a dash … Continue reading

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Timmy Chandler To Germany?
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It looks like Timmy Chandler is about to leave U.S. Soccer and Jurgen Klinsmann at the altar for his native Germany. The Germerican defender turned down Klinsmann’s invitation to join the U.S. squad for the countries upcoming friendlies and significantly, … Continue reading

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Survival Sunday
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They call the final day of the English Premiership Survival Sunday, and wow, it wasn’t for the faint of heart. Sitting comfortably in my living room 3,000 or so miles away from the action, yelling at my television, it was … Continue reading

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When the Games count
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Here we are in May, just over month away from the first World Cup Qualifyer in Tampa, June 8, versus Antigua and Barbuda. Time is running low to impress Jurgen Klinsmann so who will Klinsmann turn to now that the … Continue reading

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Investing in Youth
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For the past few weeks I’ve criss-crossed Europe meeting with Academy directors in preparation for GotSoccer’s World Youth Soccer Championship next year, and spent considerable time with Jean Kindermans of Belgian giants Anderlecht. Now the Belgians, conspicuously absent from Euro … Continue reading

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