Much of the talk heading into the United States 2014 World Cup campaign has been focused on the central defense. However, the real key to American success in Brazil will be the other two defenders.
Tiebreaker at the World Cup can be confusing to even the most seasoned sports fan. We’re here to explain the process in the simplest terms possible.
Once every four years soccer and hockey are thrust on to the international stage. Hockey’s ultimate global competition occurs at the Winter Olympics, while soccer has the FIFA World Cup.
What if the US won the World Cup? Here’s what would happen if they did.
“Anyone Who Says They Know Julian Was Guaranteed Anything Is a Liar” – Over and Under Interview with Jerry Green
Since Green’s decision to commit his international soccer future to the United States, rumors have swirled about a possible deal between the young midfielder and Klinsmann. Supposedly, in return for Green’s commitment, Klinsmann would put him on the final roster.
Jozy Altidore hasn’t scored in 411 days, but unlike what you’ll hear from most, it should NOT be a cause for concern as the USA heads for Brazil in less than three weeks.
The 18-year-old striker has participated in just one match with the senior national team, but the phenom’s inclusion on the final roster must be made for reasons beyond winning the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
The league is at it’s peak, and no one can fault the owners for wanting to cash in every chance they get, but to stay at that peak the NFL has to make good decisions. Expanding the playoffs to 14 is a bad decision.
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There’s nothing worse than watching the outcome of a huge game changed by a blatant missed call. Well, at least that’s what we thought until Tuesday night’s Clippers Thunder Game 5.