U.S. Soccer Tries To Beat England A Few Months Early

Tuesday, December 8th, 2009

Ever since the World Cup draw was released on Friday, American soccer fans have been salivating at the chance to nip the uppity English in Group C. England, ranked ninth in FIFA’s world rankings, is home to arguably the world’s most competitive domestic league and boasts a bevy of top flight ...

Ireland Joins the Screwed

Thursday, November 19th, 2009

Out of everyone who writes for this blog, there is no doubt that I care the least about soccer. I mean, these dudes are calling it "footie" like they're actually European or something. But I do care about Ireland more than anyone on this blog since I actually lived there for ...

Where Does The U.S. Go From Here?

Wednesday, October 14th, 2009

Charlie Davies was a burgeoning star. His performance in this summer’s Confederations Cup made him a fixture in the U.S. national team’s starting lineup. He featured world class speed, surprising strength and a knack for scoring goals. Davies had assured himself a major role in Bob Bradley’s plans for next summer’s ...