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Jurgen Klinsmann’s US Soccer Coaching Debut Ends Anticipation

We all know who the girl on the train is. She’s the girl on the commuter rail who looks mysterious, intriguing, and dangerous — all at once. Of course, you don’t talk to the girl on the train, because it’s 7:57 in the morning and no one wants to start their day off with flirtation. And, of course, […]

USA Gets the Draw, World Cup In Sight

As the names of countries were being drawn today to determine the World Cup, many American’s held their breath to see where their team would be placed.  Once they missed out on the South Africa group, one thing was known, The United States would be placed with a world soccer power.  What happened was a […]

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 […]

Report: Charlie Davies Out At Least 6-12 Months

Former B.C. Eagle In Serious Condition After One-Car Accident Update 10:15pm: Information has finally been released about the extent of US Soccer striker Charlie Davies’ injuries, and it’s not good news. According to Grant Wahl of CNNSI.com, Davies fractured his right tibia, right femur, left elbow and suffered possible facial fractures. He will be in the […]