Klinsmann’s Puzzling Personnel Choices

We’re close enough to the next round of World Cup qualifying we can taste it, but Jurgen sure wants to make advancing as difficult as possible.

An American Mid in Europe: Dempsey’s Debut

Three reasons why Dempsey could find consistent playing time at Spurs

USA 1 – JAM 0: Not Too Convincing

Limited personnel leads to a limited attack in the 2nd half.

USA 1 – Jamaica 2: Klinsmann Gets One Very Wrong

Despite a goal for the record books, Deuce and company were humbled in Kingston. Read what the statistics say about why.

Revisiting the 2014 To-Do List

FFG keeps the heat on Klinsmann as we check his status on our USMNT 2014 ‘must do’ tasks.

USA 1 – Mexico 0: Thanks Timmy

It didn’t exactly embody “the beautiful game,” but Timmy Howard led the Gringos to a historic result in hostile territory.

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USA 1 – Guatemala 1: An Ugly, Ugly Point

Klinsmann got a point, but the US attack didn’t look too hot.


USA 3 – Antigua and Barbuda 1: Better and Worse Than It Looked

Save for a fine game from the opposing keeper, this would have been a blowout.


USA 0 – CAN 0: An Ineffective Attack

Clint Dempsey and Jurgen Klinsmann made some odd choices against Canada.


What happened in center midfield against Brazil?

Bradley, Jones, and Edu struggled a bit against Brazil. Here’s why.


USA 1 – Brazil 4: A Misleading Score Line?

“Hulk vs. Hercules” sounds like a summer blockbuster, but it was actually just an entertaining friendly.


USA 5 – Scotland 1: A Comprehensive Victory

It’s hard to imagine a more impressive US victory.

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