While fans may have hoped to have seen better performances, all data is useful right now.
Wednesday’s friendly gives Jurgen Klinsmann a look at European-based US players who could fill out the fringes of the World Cup squad.
The U.S. ran out comfortable 2–0 winners against Korea Republic on Saturday, but did we learn anything new?
After a very quiet month, one things’s certain. The USMNT is ready for Korea … and ready for the World Cup.
All but one of the 26 names on the roster for the January USMNT camp hail from MLS. Jeremy Lane reviews the roster. Should Okugo and Williams feel slighted?
MLS / US / USMNT / World Cup
2013 was a banner year for American soccer in many ways. Can 2014 match it? PSP’s Earl Reed considers.
USMNT / World Cup
The US national team drew the ultimate Group of Death in the World Cup. Some say it’s the toughest group ever in a World Cup. PSP’s Jeremy Lane examines the group and notes it just might be possible for the US to make it out of this group.
MLS / USMNT
Earl Reed explores how the MLS presence on the USMNT is a key part of why 2014 could be one of the most interesting years in US Soccer history.