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USA coach Jurgen Klinsmann has told his players that a sense of urgency is key to qualification for next year’s FIFA World Cup™ finals with Honduras midfielder Roger Expinoza also calling for focus.
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US Men’s National Team Head Coach Jurgen Klinsmann today names 23 of the top US eligible players and Brad Evans to the roster for the Americans’ first Hex match, Wednesday in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. The team will gather in Miami before making the trip. With almost no camp time prior to the match, the…
CONCACAF Qualifiers Day 1:
Honduras 2-1 USA
U.S. Men’s National Team head coach JURGEN KLINSMANN
On the team’s loss against Honduras:
“Congratulations to Honduras for a very good game from their side and for an amazing goal. The equalizer will probably be remembered for a long, long time. Obviously it wasn’t as good as we wanted today. We made too many mistakes in too many...
The United States Men’s National Team head coach Jurgen Klinsmann named his 24 player roster for Wednesday’s World Cup qualifier versus Honduras.
Less than a week after a dismal performance against Canada, Klinsmann will bring in the calvary for the first match of the hexagonal qualification round. His squad includes English Premier League standouts Clint Dempsey, Tim Howard...
Jurgen Klinsmann's side kicked off the WCQ round with a disappointing 2-1 lossThe post U.S. Drops First Hex Match In Honduras appeared first on The Soccer Daily.
Ahead of Wednesday's game against Honduras, the US Soccer Federation put out an extended highlight video of the last time these two sides faced off in San Pedro Sula, back in 2009. That game, like the one this week, was part of the fourth and final phase of CONCACAF World Cup qualifying.
In 2009, the US clinched its spot in South Africa with a crisp, thoughtful performance in...
Nearly two years after playing his first game for the United States, defender Timmy Chandler is set to commit his future to the Americans rather than leave open the possibility of playing for Germany.
With regular right back Steve Cherundolo sidelined by a knee injury, Chandler appears likely to start Wednesday when the U.S. opens the final round of World Cup qualifying at Honduras...
Defender Timmy Chandler was among 24 players selected for the United States' World Cup qualifier at Honduras on Wednesday and is set to make his competitive debut for the Americans.
Chandler, eligible to play for the U.S. and Germany, made his American national team debut in March 2011 against Argentina and played in eight games that year, but all were friendlies. He was not...