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  • Juergen Klinsmann not in I-told-you-so mood with Belgium next for U.S.

    Juergen Klinsmann not in I-told-you-so mood with Belgium next for U.S.
    For a guy who won one World Cup title as a player and took his team to the semifinals in his only previous World Cup try as a coach, Juergen Klinsmann didn't get much of a honeymoon period when he took over the U.S. national team 35 months ago. He hadn'...
  • After the first round, time for group therapy in Brazil

    After the first round, time for group therapy in Brazil
    The first round of a World Cup is a lot like a circus: There are clowns and high-wire acts, wild animals and magicians. And with 48 games in 14 days, it's hard to watch everything. So as the tournament paused Friday to bid arrivederci to Italy and the...
  • Juergen Klinsmann wants U.S. players to push themselves at World Cup

    Juergen Klinsmann played his last World Cup game less than a month shy of his 34th birthday. And though he didn't score in that game he had three goals in the 1998 tournament, allowing him to walk away from the World Cup with his head held high. That'...
  • Told it wouldn't survive, the U.S. team starts the World Cup anew

    Told it wouldn't survive, the U.S. team starts the World Cup anew
    — Michael Bradley's stare could bend steel. His teammates on the U.S. national team insist Bradley is lighthearted, a practical joker. But when he turns serious, he's far more frightening than funny. And on Saturday, Bradley was very, very...
  • World Cup viewing party moved to Soldier Field

    World Cup viewing party moved to Soldier Field
    Soldier Field will host a free viewing party Tuesday when the U.S. takes on Belgium in the World Cup, officials announced Sunday. After huge turnouts and limited space at public watch parties for the American team’s group stage matches, the 61,...
  • Jozy Altidore declared fit ahead of Belgium match

    Jozy Altidore declared fit ahead of Belgium match
    Jozy Altidore has been cleared to play and U.S. Soccer has announced the forward is ready for Tuesday's clash against Belgium at the World Cup. Altidore, who was injured in the World Cup opener against Ghana, worked out with the U.S. team on Monday in...
  • World Cup on Tuesday: Argentina takes on Switzerland

    TUESDAY'S GAMES ARGENTINA VS. SWITZERLAND Where: Sao Paulo. Time: 9 a.m. PDT. TV: ESPN, Univision. The buzz: After years of criticism that he can't win the big ones, Argentina's Lionel Messi has been on a mission in this World Cup. He scored the...
  • 6 things to know for U.S.-Belgium

    Admit it. Deep down, you didn't really think the U.S. soccer team would escape the 2014 World Cup's Group of Death. But boy, are you excited for Tuesday's round of 16 game against Belgium. We have a confession to make: So are we. Here's what you need to...
  • Klinsmann criticizes referee choice for Belgium match

    Klinsmann criticizes referee choice for Belgium match
    SALVADOR, Brazil - United States coach Jurgen Klinsmann has criticized FIFA for appointing an Algerian referee to officiate his side's World Cup second-round match against Belgium on Tuesday. The U.S. scored a late winner against Algeria in the World...
  • Jozy Altidore will be able to play for U.S. against Belgium

    Forward Jozy Altidore, limited to just 21 minutes of playing time in the World Cup, will be available for the U.S. for Tuesday's knockout-round game with Belgium. Whether he'll play, however, will be something Coach Juergen Klinsmann isn't likely to...
  • U.S. and Belgium have brief history at World Cup

    U.S. and Belgium have brief history at World Cup
    The last time the No. 13 U.S. and No. 11 Belgium played in the World Cup, they sailed there. Yes, sailed. The teams embarked on ocean steamer voyages to make it to the first-ever World Cup in 1930, hosted by Uruguay. Except the tournament wasn’t...