Found November 04, 2011 on
With friendlies against France and Slovenia looming, the U.S. men's soccer team will start getting blooded against stronger competition. Jurgen Klinsmann continues to tinker with lineups and test out new players, so we can't fault him too much for the 1-1-3 record he's compiled to date. But don't think losing isn't on the mind of America's newest soccer Jesus. Here he is talking about training camp. He sounds like a New York politician discussing his twitter account. This is, I feel, the most useless quote I've seen in the last year: More »
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The USA is set to take on France and Slovenia on Nov. 11 and 15, respectively.
Jurgen Klinsmann has released a list of 22 players available for upcoming friendlies against France and Slovenia. There’s little change from the players called up in recent months since Klinsmann became manager. A few players could only be available for one of the matches depending what happens in the MLS Cup Playoffs. For example, Landon Donovan will likely play against France...
This figures to be a busy off-season for Brek Shea. Not only is the FC Dallas midfielder set to see considerable minutes for the United States national team in a pair of upcoming international friendlies in November, but the 21-year-old College Station native will also train with English Premier League side Arsenal in November with FCD beginning preseason training in the middle of...
U.S. Coach Jurgen Klinsmann Thursday named his roster for two coming international friendly matches in Europe.
German-born defender Alfredo Morales and midfielder Fabian Johnson were among 22 players selected Thursday for the U.S. roster for upcoming games at France and Slovenia and could make their national team debuts.
Morales, a 21-year-old with Hertha Berlin, also is eligible to play for Peru, where his father was born. His father became a U.S. citizen, and Morales holds an American...