Now that the U.S. has been knocked out of the World Cup, Americans need a new reason to drink.
“You really enjoy the pressure they put on the goalkeeper and the job that he did… He had so much confidence (that) after awhile I just thought they’re not going to score on him.”
Belgium defeated the U.S. 2-1 in full time and deflated the American hype and furor around our new favorite sport-of-the-moment. Although we won’t see the USMNT contend for the title, good times and camaraderie were had by all.
DANVILLE (CBS SF) – San Jose Earthquakes striker Chris Wondolowski narrowly missed on his chance to score one of the biggest goals in recent U.S. Soccer history Monday, and he appears to be blaming himself […]
Veteran U.S. Goalie Tim Howard turned in one of the great performances in American soccer history Tuesday, preserving Men’s National Team’s hopes of advancing until well into extra time. The 16-save outing was the buzz of social media, and apparently even Wikipedia, where users gave him a promotion shortly after the game.
Two more screenings of World Cup 2014 games will be held Tuesday at San Francisco’s Civic Center Plaza as Team USA takes on Belgium in the next round of the international soccer tournament.
If you were planning a World Cup 2014 watch party for the Team U.S.A. vs. Belgium match on Wednesday (1 p.m. on ESPN) involving waffles drizzled in chocolate, served with a side of trappist bottle-conditioned beer and roasted Brussels sprouts, you may want to rethink that menu.
America is going gaga over soccer. All of a sudden, we’re painting our faces and destroying workplace productivity so we can follow the men’s national team at the World Cup.
Alejandro Bedoya is a 27-year-old American player who is currently playing as an attacking midfielder or winger with French club Nantes and as a winger with the United States Men’s National Team.
With his mouth doing most of the talking thus far, let’s look at the many faces of Jurgen Klinsmann and get to know the USMNT’s head soccer coach a little bit better …