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  • Should top Americans play in MLS? Jurgen Klinsmann doesn't seem to think so

    Should top Americans play in MLS? Jurgen Klinsmann doesn't seem to think so
    BOCA RATON -- It is the great debate of American soccer. There is no doubt that in the long-term picture the U.S. men’s national team will only get better as Major League Soccer improves. The U.S. is no different than any other country in the...
  • Longwood native Graham Zusi gets starting nod for U.S. vs. Honduras

    Longwood native Graham Zusi gets starting nod for U.S. vs. Honduras
    BOCA RATON -- Longwood native Graham Zusi got the starting nod at right midfield for the U.S. national team against Honduras on Tuesday night. Zusi, playing for the Americans for the first time since the World Cup in Brazil, joined Weston product...
  • Takeaways from U.S. national team's 1-1 tie with Honduras

    Takeaways from U.S. national team's 1-1 tie with Honduras
    BOCA RATON -- The U.S. wrapped up its most recent camp with its second 1-1 draw in the past five days.  It was an uneven performance on Tuesday night at FAU Stadium. The Americans looked for most of the first half to be running Honduras off the field....
  • Hyde5: Jason Taylor discusses Dolphins' 'head-scratchers'

    Hyde5: Jason Taylor discusses Dolphins' 'head-scratchers'
    1. Former Dolphins great Jason Taylor weighed in Monday on the Dolphins' latest drama for his gig on Pro Football Talk on NBCSN. Discussing the final minutes in the loss to Green Bay, Taylor said, "There were a few situations throughout the course of...
  • U.S. national team will feature similar faces, but could look different against Honduras

    BOCA RATON — The core of the U.S. men's national team will be together on Tuesday night for the first time since its run to the round of 16 in this summer's World Cup. Forward Clint Dempsey, defender Matt Besler and midfielders Michael Bradley,...
  • U.S. soccer leader Alejandro Bedoya set for sweet South Florida homecoming

    U.S. soccer leader Alejandro Bedoya set for sweet South Florida homecoming
    The trips to watch their son have taken Adriano and Julieta Bedoya across the United States and to two other continents. They have flown into the Amazon rainforest in Brazil, seen the Eiffel Tower in Paris and visited castles in Sweden. Yet, there...
  • Longwood native Graham Zusi added to U.S. men's national team roster

    Longwood native Graham Zusi added to U.S. men's national team roster
    Longwood native Graham Zusi was among six World Cup veterans added to the U.S. men’s national team ¬†roster for Tuesday’s friendly against Honduras. Zusi, who scored the game-winner Friday for Sporting Kansas City, will meet the U.S. team...
  • Donovan To End His Soccer Career At Rentschler

    Donovan To End His Soccer Career At Rentschler
    EAST HARTFORD – When Landon Donovan steps onto the field Friday night for his final game in a U.S. soccer jersey, he'll be joined by many of the same players he has helped inspire over the past decade. Midfielder Mix Diskerud, 24, is one of them....
  • Landon Donovan's Final Game Will Be Missing Number Of U.S. Stars

    Landon Donovan's Final Game Will Be Missing Number Of U.S. Stars
    Local soccer fans will see a young group of U.S. National players surrounding Landon Donovan Friday at Rentschler Field The U.S. Men's National Team will face Ecuador at 7 p.m. in East Hartford in a game that will mark of end of Donovan's run. Donovan...
  • World Cup hasn't gone well for Bradley, but Klinsmann confident

    World Cup hasn't gone well for Bradley, but Klinsmann confident
    SAO PAULO, Brazil -- In the first half of an April friendly against Mexico, Michael Bradley was everywhere, scoring the first U.S. goal, setting up the second and ravaging a stellar Mexican defense by dominating possession, dictating pace and spraying...
  • 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...