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  • Brazil's hard roads and World Cup's rough edges don't worry U.S. team

    Brazil's hard roads and World Cup's rough edges don't worry U.S. team
    Mexico's players had to pile into taxis to get to training Monday when the team bus wouldn't start. Officials with the English team, whose hotel is within sight of Brazil's largest slum, worry the gridlocked streets will trap the players in traffic...
  • Friendly against Nigeria gives U.S. strong final tuneup for World Cup

    Friendly against Nigeria gives U.S. strong final tuneup for World Cup
    The country will get one last look Saturday at the U.S. men's national team ahead of the World Cup in Brazil. The friendly against Nigeria, though, is far from a final dress rehearsal. The U.S. will look to show improvement from its first two send-off...
  • Jozy Altidore's two goals lift U.S. men's team past Nigeria, 2-1

    Jozy Altidore's two goals lift U.S. men's team past Nigeria, 2-1
    The goal was a simple tap-in, but the finish itself could prove to be a crucial lift for the U.S. men's national team ahead of the World Cup. Jozy Altidore got an elusive goal in the 31st minute of the U.S. team's 2-1 win over Nigeria on Saturday, and...
  • Jozy Altidore ends goal drought during U.S. win over Nigeria

    JACKSONVILLE — The goal was a simple tap-in, but the finish itself could prove to be a crucial lift for the U.S. men's national team ahead of the World Cup. Jozy Altidore got an elusive goal in the 31st minute of the U.S. team's 2-1 win over...
  • U.S. fans making their mark in Brazil

    Manaus is more a sauna than a city, a frontier outpost in the middle of a rain forest 200 miles from the equator. It's the last stop before the Amazon and not the kind of place where you'd expect to see grown men walking down the street wearing face...
  • 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...
  • U.S. is in the position it hoped for at World Cup

    U.S. is in the position it hoped for at World Cup
    When the U.S. team landed in Brazil two weeks ago, its path to the second round of the World Cup was a simple one: beat Ghana, play Portugal to a tie and hope the tiebreakers work in its favor. That's exactly how things have played out. With nothing...
  • Juergen Klinsmann names preliminary World Cup roster

    Juergen Klinsmann names preliminary World Cup roster
    Landon Donovan took a big step toward a record-tying fourth World Cup appearance when he was included Monday in the 30-man provisional squad U.S. coach Juergen Klinsmann called into this week’s training camp at Stanford. The team will begin...
  • U.S. men's soccer team is ready for World Cup to begin in Brazil

    U.S. men's soccer team is ready for World Cup to begin in Brazil
    SAO PAULO, Brazil — The U.S. soccer team was scheduled to land here late Monday morning, local time. Though it would arrive fresh off a month-long training camp that left it winded and weary and three consecutive victories that left it comfortable...
  • Juergen Klinsmann has a stake in both U.S. and German World Cup teams

    When the U.S. meets Germany in its final group-play game of this World Cup, Juergen Klinsmann says he'll sing both national anthems before the game. And why not? He's had a hand in getting both teams here, now as coach of the American team and a few years...