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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Tactics and the USA

How Bob Bradley Could Learn from Owen Coyle

Bolton manager Owen Coyle may have given Bob Bradley a clue as to how the US can replace Charlie Davies.

Team USA News

A Teammate’s Injury May Mean More Playing Time for Two Gringos

Clint Dempsey and Eddie Johnson may soon starting seeing the pitch with more regularity.

Gringo Abroad

Bolton, Holden Fall 4-1 to Arsenal

Stuart Holden’s Bolton played admirably, but a puzzling red card made the Arsenal victory inevitable.

Gringos to Watch

Gringos to Watch: Sep. 9th – 15th

The NFL season may be kicking off tonight, but this weekend there will be plenty of Americans playing that other football.

Team USA News

2014 WC Qualifying Changes Could Hurt USA

If CONCACAF has its way, Landon Donovan may never again experience the pleasure of being pelted with trash.

Gringo of the Week

Gringo of the Week: Omar Gonzalez

Young defender Omar Gonzalez may have dragged his team back into form.

Tactics and the USA

Tactical Trends and the USA: The False-Nine

Former US striker Brian McBride was an outstanding player, but in the modern era, his style of play might be outdated.

History of Soccer Tactics

History of Soccer Tactics: 2-2-6 and the Introduction of Passing

Though you wouldn’t know it from Robert Green’s whiff of a save against Clint Dempsey, the English weren’t always so cavalier in letting go of the ball.

Tactics and the USA

Bob Bradley’s 2014 To-Do List

FFG has some advice for Bob Bradley as the US manager looks ahead to 2014.

Team USA News

Bradley Pens Extension

US Soccer has extended Bob Bradley’s contract through 2014.

Gringo of the Week

Gringo of the Week: Brad Friedel

America’s oldest player had an inspirational showing on Sunday.

Gringo Abroad

Holden Has His First Ineffective Match

Stuart Holden and his club had an off day, but they still managed a draw.

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