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Recap/analysis: USA 2-0 Mexico
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Recap/analysis: USA 2-0 Mexico

The field at the Alamodome in San Antonio stole the show in a choppy, frenetic match, but the US continued their dominance of Mexico on home soil, running out 2-0 winners. PSP recaps the game and offers some analysis.

Preview: USMNT v Mexico
USMNT

Preview: USMNT v Mexico

Mexico will have a relatively friendly crowd to play for, but El Tri just doesn’t win in the U.S. unless the stakes are very high. That is not the case tomorrow, and comparing the relative strengths of the squads, the U.S. probably has the advantage.

Recap: Switzerland 1–1 USMNT
USMNT

Recap: Switzerland 1–1 USMNT

Brek Shea scored with a fine free kick at the end of the first half to give a better performing USMNT the lead. But Jozy Altidore’s sending off invigorated the Swiss and the US again conceded a late equalizer.

Preview: Switzerland v USMNT
USMNT

Preview: Switzerland v USMNT

Against an accomplished Swiss side, the US will have its work cut out for it unless the recent trend of terrible second halves is ended.

Recap: Denmark 3–2 USMNT
USMNT

Recap: Denmark 3–2 USMNT

Altidore and Johansson scored, but the the US gave up a late goal again to lose in Denmark.

Preview: Denmark v USMNT
USMNT

Preview: Denmark v USMNT

Klinsmann teams have been surprisingly strong away from home to European teams, and many of the U.S.’s top guns will play against Denmark. If the less-established players around them can gel, the U.S. could get a result, but bet on a Danish win.

A historic win…maybe
CBA Negotiations

A historic win…maybe

Labor lawyer Steve Holroyd breaks down the winners and losers in the new CBA and what happens next.

What happens if the players go on strike?
CBA Negotiations

What happens if the players go on strike?

Wondering what happens next if the players strike? Labor lawyer and soccer historian Steve Holroyd has some answers.