Apparently, US Soccer is saying that, despite reports of the Ukrainian FA declining to play tomorrow (March 5th), the game will in fact be played. In fact Brek Shea along with other teammates, landed in Cyprus just a few hours ago. I’ll keep you guys updated.
I’ve been SUPER busy lately and have had little time to sit down and throw up some posts on here. I apologize for one, but I bring good news as well.
I am starting to put together a weekly(ish) segment on what’s happening with the USMNT (or US Soccer in general). Expect the first few episodes to be VERY basic. Me, some stories, and maybe a picture or two. Just an (hopefully) entertaining show that discusses all different stories from that week. I’m also hoping to get a few soccer-related guests in, who are basically some US Soccer fans who I happen to be friends with.
ANYWAYS. Here is an ICYMI:
-Stuart Holden was subbed off in a reserve match game, setting him back even further.
-The March 5th game vs. Ukraine as been canceled by the Ukrainian FA for some obvious reasons.
-Bradley scored a free-kick in a pre-season game
-Beasley scored against Quaretaro (who are also going bankrupt)
-The USA and Nike revealed the World Cup kits and they look like tennis shirts.
USWNT’s Alex Morgan made an appearance in Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit Edition for 2014.
Check out all of her shots (and they are godly): Here
In a recent interview with the media outlet surrounding Blackpool, Freddy Adu talks about his past, where he thinks he is, where he wants to be, and maybe even a potential call-up.
Before I give you the link and let you all rage at the fact that he thinks he can make the USMNT World Cup in 2014, I want to try and defend him. He does understand that he has a long ways to go, and he wants to make the right decisions regarding where he plays, and if he can preform to his best there. He has no false hope of getting called up unless he puts on a fantastic show somewhere before the World Cup friendly camps start. Even as a Union fan, I wish him the best, and hopes he can regain some form.
Sacha Kljestan, Terrence Boyd. and Danny Williams all contributed to their goal tally over the weekend.
Sacha scored the game winner and assisted a teammate to make the score 2-0.
Terrence got a consolation goal after being subbed in after the half.
Williams scored in his 2nd straight to push Reading only 10 points below an automatic promotion spot that would see them back into the EPL.
Bayern Munich Youth player, Julian Green, is set to train with the US Camp before the Ukraine friendly on March 5th.
STU could be back by the end of Bolton’s season.
He was originally injured during the USMNT Gold Cup run in July, tearing his ACL.
For the full article. Click: Here
Alright guys, since the power has been back for a day now, I will begin to post regularly now.
Sorry for the lapse.
Pretty sure Timothy Chandler tore his meniscus. Ouch.
See yall later!