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.

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An American Mid in Europe: Dempsey’s Debut

Three reasons why Dempsey could find consistent playing time at Spurs

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USA 1 – JAM 0: Not Too Convincing

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

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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.

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Revisiting the 2014 To-Do List

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

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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.

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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.

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USA 0 – CAN 0: An Ineffective Attack

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

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What happened in center midfield against Brazil?

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

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USA 1 – Brazil 4: A Misleading Score Line?

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

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USA 5 – Scotland 1: A Comprehensive Victory

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

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