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2014 World Cup Qualifiers – Matchday 8 Predictions

Posted on 10 Sep, 2013, by in Soccer

The World Cup qualifiers continue as in most groups it’s not very hard to determine who will qualify from, especially in the UEFA matches. The United States hosting Mexico seems to be the biggest thing happening around the world, while Uruguay playing Colombia in the South American group should also provide fireworks. More

What’s Wrong With Playing in the Snow?

Posted on 24 Mar, 2013, by in Soccer

Jermaine Jones and his snow-Afro might be my favorite soccer picture in quite some time. Yes, the sport isn’t exactly made to be played on snow and in general harsh conditions, but taking advantage of the weather isn’t something the United States team should be ashamed about or criticized. Costa Rica knew what they were heading into, agreed to play, and have no use or right to complain now. More

Juan Carlos Garcia Scores The Best Goal on International Day

Posted on 7 Feb, 2013, by in Soccer

The new era of American Soccer with Jurgen Klinsmann took a clip on the wings in its inaugural flight against Honduras in San Pedro Sula, losing 2-1 despite going up first, before conceding an incredibly bicycle kick goal from Juan Carlos Garcia, setting up the winning goal later on in the match. More