Top 5 Goals For USMNTI'm only counting the last 17 years because the USA was still mostly depending on colleges to develop players until the late 1990's. Until Landon Donovan and DaMarcus Beasley stormed onto the scene as 20-year-old stars in 2002, heading to Europe as a teenager to train and play wasn't even a thought. Now it is the best way for US Born players to become National Team stars.
9 Events That Prove The Under Armour Curse Is Actually A ThingDon't believe us? Take a look at the unfortunate things that have gone wrong for Under Armour teams and athletes in six and half months of 2016:
8 Reasons To Dive Deep Into Soccer This SummerIf you are at all interested in soccer, we implore you to dive into them and enjoy some amazing soccer. If you still need some convincing, here are eight reasons you should tune these in.
USMNT Gets Big Win To Keep World Cup Qualifying On TrackAmerican soccer fans fretted for four days: If the United States lost to Guatemala once again, the U.S. would have little chance to qualify for the 2018 World Cup. Their worries quickly vanished Tuesday night.
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Deceptively Fast W/Seth Payne - Eight Sports It's Still Okay For Americans To LoseTake heart in the fact that there is still a plethora of sports in which we Americans only take note when things are going well. They are sports in which it is still okay for us to lose. I list them for you in the video above. If we have an American champion in one of these sports, we delight in his or her success. Once that champion fades, however, we barely acknowledge that the sport exists.
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