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Predicting Who Will Be USA's Defensive Starters at the World Cup

With the World Cup only seven weeks away, one of the biggest areas of concern, and uncertainty, for the United States men’s national team remains its defense. Other than center-back Matt Besler and, of course, goalkeeper Tim Howard, who the U.S. Show More Summary

Why Oguchi Onyewu is Key for USA to Have Success at the World Cup

As the countdown to the 2014 FIFA World Cup dwindles, the United States men's national team is still in search of consistent play at the center-back position. After the 2-2 draw with Mexico on April 2, Omar Gonzalez left the second spot...Show More Summary

6 Things USA Learned from Friendly with Mexico

The United States men’s national team and Mexico tied 2-2 on Wednesday night with goals for the Americans coming from Michael Bradley and Chris Wondolowski. The win came in the U.S.’s last international friendly before its World CupShow More Summary

USA vs. Mexico: What to Watch for in Crucial USMNT Friendly

It's never just a friendly between USA and Mexico. Jurgen Klinsmann's side will take on the Mexican national team in Glendale, Arizona to renew one of the greatest rivalries in international soccer. Granted, neither team is bringingShow More Summary

USA vs. Mexico: Live Player Ratings

The United States men's national team has a ton on the line Wednesday night, when they take on Mexico at University of Phoenix Stadium. Some of the players on the roster are playing for a chance to make the World Cup roster this summer,...Show More Summary

B/R Exclusive: Why the Mexico vs. USA International Friendly Is Important

Mexico and the United States are hours away from their 63rd match. It's not a FIFA date, but this international friendly will give both managers the chance to try and look at some players who had not been on the team. In just a couple...Show More Summary

Julian Green Made Smart Decision by Choosing to Play for Jurgen Klinsmann

Julian Green made a very smart decision by choosing to play internationally for Team USA and head coach Jurgen Klinsmann. The Bayern Munich teenager is a dual citizen who decided to play internationally for the U.S. in March. Once FIFA approved his change of association, Green was cleared to play for Team USA. Show More Summary

USA vs. Mexico 2014: TV and Live Stream Info, Key Stats and Players to Watch

World Cup 2014 spots will be up for grabs for each player when the United States men's national team takes on Mexico in a friendly in Arizona on Wednesday. With the tournament in Brazil now just 71 days away, time is running out forShow More Summary

USA vs. Mexico: Date, Time, Live Stream, TV Info and Preview

The United States and Mexico continue their rivalry on Wednesday night as both national teams continue preparing for the World Cup. The marquee international event is now just two months away, which means the battle for rosters spots...Show More Summary

How USA Will Line Up Against Mexico

On Wednesday, the United States men’s national team will take on Mexico in the final international friendly before the team convenes its pre -World Cup camp in May. With a roster comprised almost entirely of players from Major League...Show More Summary

How Mexico Will Line Up Against USA in International Friendly

Mexico and the United States are ready to play their 63rd match against each other on April 2 in Glendale, Ariz. This will be a perfect chance for both squads to look at some players who could make their respective World Cup teams. Miguel...Show More Summary

USA vs. Mexico: Full Predictions Ahead of International Friendly

Mexico and USA will resume their rivalry as both teams prepare for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil with a friendly played at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Arizona on Wednesday. As the match will not fall under any of the official...Show More Summary

USA vs. Korea DPR Women's Soccer: Score, Recap and Reaction for 2014 Algarve Cup

The United States finished seventh at the 2014 Algarve Cup, following a resounding 3-0 defeat of Korea DPR in Parchal, Portugal. With the win, the U.S. women's national team avoids what would've been its first three-game losing streak since 1993, per ESPN's Paul Carr: The Algarve Cup hasn't gone according to plan for the Americans. Show More Summary

USA vs. Denmark Women's Soccer: Score, Grades and Reaction for 2014 Algarve Cup

The U.S. women's national soccer team suffered a second straight defeat Monday, losing 5-3 to Denmark in their final group match at the 2014 Algarve Cup in Portugal. NBC Sports' Jeff Kassouf breaks down what it means moving forward: Despite...Show More Summary

USA vs. Denmark Women's Soccer: Preview and Prediction for 2014 Algarve Cup

The United States women's national team finds itself in unfamiliar territory. After a draw against Japan and a 1-0 loss to Sweden, the Americans are now guaranteed of missing the Algarve Cup final for just the second time in the last 12 years. Show More Summary

Biggest Disappointments from Team USA's Loss to Ukraine

The U.S men's national soccer team looked completely out of sync in their 2-0 loss to Ukraine, and came away from the game with some unsettling concerns with just a few opportunities to warm up before the World Cup in Brazil this summer. The...Show More Summary

USA vs. Sweden Women's Soccer: Preview and Prediction for 2014 Algarve Cup

The United States women's national team opened the 2014 Algarve Cup with a draw against Japan. The only way to reach the championship match is winning Group B, which means the pressure is already beginning to mount as the Americans prepare...Show More Summary

What Do USA Need to Change to Have a Successful World Cup?

Last night, in one of the final friendlies before it opens up its World Cup qualifying camp, the United States men's national team lost to Ukraine 2-0. The loss was yet another disappointing away result for head coach Jurgen Klinsmann,...Show More Summary

Ukraine vs. USA: 6 Things We Learned

The United States men’s national team took on Ukraine in an international friendly on Wednesday, losing 2-0. The game represented one of the last opportunities for U.S. players based in Europe to make their case for inclusion on the World Cup roster, as the next U.S. Show More Summary

Oguchi Onyewu Looking to Prove His Worth and Secure Team USA Spot in Brazil

Oguchi Onyewu has been doing all he can to get noticed by United States men's national soccer team head coach Jurgen Klinsmann. The 31-year-old defender now plays for Sheffield Wednesday in order to obtain consistent playing time and...Show More Summary

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