After assisting on Los Angeles' opening goal by Edson Buddle with a corner kick, David Beckham places a free kick into the box for unmarked Omar Gonzalez to head past Kasey Keller:...
Friday kickaround: MLS zeros, Galaxy-Crew blackout, Beckham is back, Freedom's Facebook and roster issues, Americans abroad
*The scoreless streak has reached 206 minutes. No, not D.C. United's. We're talking about the MLS drought: the last 26 minutes of Sunday night's match between the San Jose Earthquakes and Houston Dynamo, and then a pair of 0-0 mid-week results. Real Salt Lake's Robbie Findley was the culprit Thursday...
By Liz Clarke What was to have been England's orderly march to the 2010 World Cup's knockout round has run chaotically off the rails. Despite a roster gaudy with talent, the Three Lions have been exposed as toothless through their first two matches--managing two draws and just one goal against...
While the U.S. lineup for Saturday night's opener against England takes shape, one massive question lingers: Will Oguchi Onyewu start? The towering center back from the Washington area was at the center of attention during the media session at Irene Farm (moooo!) on Tuesday morning, with American and English reporters...
| June 8, 2010; 9:04 AM ET |
Categories: 2010 World Cup, Beckham, England, U.S. men's national team | Tags: Bob Bradley, David Beckham, Oguchi Onyewu, U.S. team, World Cup
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*After wrapping up training camp at Princeton on Sunday, Bob Bradley brought all 30 players to Hartford, Conn., for Tuesday's friendly against the Czech Republic at Rentschler Field (8 p.m. ET, ESPN, Galavision). With final cuts tentatively scheduled for Wednesday, the game-day roster -- tentatively set for 23 players --...
| May 24, 2010; 9:10 AM ET |
Categories: 2010 World Cup, Beckham, Canada, England, France, Freedom, Mexico, South Africa, U.S. men's national team | Tags: Bob Bradley, Boca Juniors, England, Fabio Capello, France, Juventus, MLS, Mexico, South Africa, Toluca, William Gallas, World Cup
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