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Swansea Fires Bob Bradley: The End of American Managers in the Premier League

Bob Bradley's firing/sacking by Swansea City yesterday set off the predictable firestorm in the U.S. soccer media. Old battle lines were drawn and both sides took to the modern version of Agincourt: Twitter. The pro-USA crowd immediately accused Swansea, the Premier League, and fans of not giving the former USMNT coach a chance because he… Continue reading Swansea Fires Bob Bradley: The End of American Managers in the Premier League

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United States Mens National Team

Thoughts from USA 4, Costa Rica 0 Copa America Match

First half The U.S was very lucky to survive the first five minutes. Despite the fact the host nation should have come out with all the energy in a must-win match, it was the other CONCACAF team that had all of the energy and chances. If Joel Campbell would have been better with his chances,… Continue reading Thoughts from USA 4, Costa Rica 0 Copa America Match

World Soccer Talk

Four Unintended Consequences of US Loss to Guatemala – WST

But with every rain cloud, there is a rainbow even though it may be hard to see there were some positives from the match for the US. With a line-up of veterans and younger players, the US had the opportunity to see the consequences of its youth development program and how some of its veterans… Continue reading Four Unintended Consequences of US Loss to Guatemala – WST