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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Gringo of the Week

Gringo of the Week: Michael Bradley

It looks like a few gringos may have rediscovered the golden touch.

Eye on MLS

Eye on the MLS: RSL vs CO (9/25/10)

In this Rocky Mountain rivalry, centerback Marvell Wynne proved to be the most noteworthy landmark.

Gringo Abroad

Another Gringo Stymies Rooney and Co.

Wayne Rooney might be getting tired of seeing Americans on the other side of the pitch.

Gringo Abroad

Three Gringos and a 0-0 Scoreline

In Fulham and Everton’s 0-0 draw, three Americans graced the pitch.

State of the US (National Team)

State of the US (National Team)

Bradley may be up for another four years, but don’t expect to see him in a suit that often. He only dresses up for the FFG State of the US.

Gringos to Watch

Gringos to Watch: Sep 22-29

If you’d like to watch a gringo who has Charlie Davies’ speed but lacks his finishing ability, tune in to Fox Soccer Channel this weekend.

Gringo of the Week

Gringo of the Week: Landon Donovan

Two of America’s World Cup goalscorers had a weekend to remember.

Eye on MLS

Eye on the MLS: LA v DC (9/18)

Though he be but little, he is fierce.


Bradley is STOKED for the FFG Podcast

Bradley’s return, gringos’ club campaigns, and the MLS playoff race

Gringo Abroad

Holden Helps Bolton to a 1-1 Draw with Aston Villa

Stuart Holden wasn’t very efficient going forward, but he was still an integral part of Bolton’s lone goal.

Gringos to Watch

Gringos to Watch: Sep. 16-22

This weekend US fans will have an opportunity to watch World Cup villain Ricardo Clark suit up for his club.

Gringo of the Week

Gringo of the Week: Maurice Edu

In the first round of the Champions League group stage, one gringo helped his squad earn an unexpected draw.

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