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I'm not sure I'd call this a great performance. To generate so much offense, and so little real result concerns me. Perhaps you can say it was great defense, ...
I was very happy to see Dempsey finally step it up. As an American, Dempsey has always given me hope that we could produce a top class player. His slow start ...
Boy the U.S. goals were beautiful. Talk about being aware on the field. We keep playing like that and I might watch more. :)
How depressing, how long before AVB gets sent packing? He simply isn't getting the best result from the talent he has.
Frankly, the sooner that AVB leaves the better. His system is overly complicated and requires too much strategic thinking when the players need to be playing. ...
Definitely a red. To think that setting up a display like that, given the gang murders and the damage they've wrought, suggests a level of stupidity that is ha...
First, thanks for this article. Second, while you have some insight, you've missed some key points about football (soccer is this boring game where players pun...
I think MNtiburon makes a great point. Spurs packed it in and that allowed Man U to bear down. Personally, playing a strategy that brings Rooney, Nani, RVP, K...
I understand the strategy, just disagree with it. They kicked it in very soon after the mid. Did it work well for them? They controlled the game to a large e...
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Yawn! Time management and referee management are part of the game. The fact that it went in Tottenham's favor this time has to be measured against it going in...
Not every Tottenham fan is cocky or arrogant. The Spurs looked great in the first half, and rather lousy in the second half. At least part of that was that Ma...
I'm going to disagree. The U.S. looked dominant, they just couldn't get the ball in the goal. The hallmark of good teams is that even when things are going ba...
I'm reading a lot of comments about how bad Brazil was in this game. If this is the same team they sent to the U.S., it's not even their B team. It's their U2...
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It wasn't just the handball, the refereeing was pretty bad, the Marcelo rip to Johnson's head, the player who landed on Dempsey in the goal with no penalty, the...
The Brazilian game was both pathetic and brilliant. I did not get to watch every moment, but what I did see really exiceted and bothered me. You have to ackno...
Comparing Brazil and the U.S. based on development systems might be a mistake. First, it isn't the Brazilian development system that makes them great, it's the...
Throughout the slump Torres played consistent ball, and great team ball. He just wasn't scoring. The public was way to hard on him during that period and refu...
Seriously? Jozy is pathetic. Yes, he had a great touch here. But without Dempsy it doesn't happen. Jozy is a truck, slow, lumbering with low foot skills.
The first time I saw a player wave his arms around I thought the same thing. But it could as well be the player saying, "I can't believe I just did that!" Or ...
The ref gave the red because of the point of contact. If you ignore everything else, the place he contacted, with his boot up, is a killer. It's a very danger...
   
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