// Bob Bradley

U.S. Soccer: After the Gold Cup, Where Do We Go from Here?

The United States men’s soccer team did what it was supposed to do, making it to the Gold Cup Final. Right? Jozy Altidore and Stuart Holden both were not available for the final due to injury, or it would have been a different game. Right? Steve Cherundolo’s injury was a deathblow and the U.S. was […]

U.S.A.’s Performance is Heartbreaking, Predictable

Sorry it’s taken so long to write this postmortem but since Saturday, I’ve been in a state of indescribable agony and basking in the wretched misery of mourning. The U.S. lost to Ghana in what might have been their worst performance of the tournament and probably since that thrashing they took from a young Czech […]

U.S. Earns Shocking 1-1 Tie with England in World Cup Opener

I’ll be the first to admit I didn’t see this one coming. Entering the game as a heavy underdog, the U.S. National Team miraculously earned a 1-1 draw with world soccer superpower England in their World Cup opener on Saturday evening in South Africa. The eyes of the world were fixed on Royal Bafokeng Stadium […]

Czech Republic Beats USA 4-2: Analysis

There weren’t many positives coach Bob Bradley or the U.S.A fans could take from the 4-2 loss to the Czech Republic Tuesday night in Hartford. The most promising aspect was that neither Clint Dempsey, Tim Howard, Landon Donovan, Jozy Altidore, or Carlos Bocanegra had anything to do with the thrashing the very young Czech’s handed […]