// Jozy Altidore

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 […]

U.S.A.’s 30 Man World Cup Roster: A Preview

Last week U.S.A. manager Bob Bradley had to submit his preliminary roster of 30 to FIFA and now has the next few weeks to make the remaining cuts and submit the final 23 man roster before the team departs for South Africa on May 29. There were few surprises with the selections as the core […]

U.S. Won’t Have Enough Thunder to Storm World Cup

It’s happened again: The U.S. national team has qualified for the finals of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa and is currently ranked 11th in the world. For a nation that’s supposedly indifferent to the world’s game, that’s not a bad day’s work. This is a team with a lot to celebrate. They’re tops […]

US Soccer Beats Honduras, Makes 2010 World Cup

Get your passports ready. The USA has punched its ticket for the World Cup next year in South Africa after a 3-2 victory over Honduras. Now they can look ahead to both being the overall winner of the CONCACAF and their trip to South Africa in 2010. U.S. vs. Honduras The United States had one […]

Confederations Cup Offers Hope for U.S. Soccer

This is the second in a three-part series analyzing soccer’s impact on American sports. SoB’s Teddy takes a look today at the success of the U.S. soccer team in the recent Confederations Cup. It appeared that during the Confederations Cup, we saw the best and worst of the U.S. Soccer team. It is understandable that […]