Under Jurgen Klinsmann, the U.S. has a meager 1-3-1 record. What are we to make of the new era? Here are five takeaways.
The hiring of Jurgen Klinsmann as U.S. national team coach has sparked a renewed energy that was on display in the draw with Mexico, writes Leander Schaerlaeckens.
We hand out the grades for the U.S. players after the 1-1 draw with Mexico in a friendly.
Serious accusations of corruption and dirty tricks. Ill will growing by the day. Yet FIFA president Sepp Blatter denies that the organization has become a laughingstock.
Bob Bradley has come under considerable fire from the U.S. fan base. But replacing him with a big-time international coach is easier said than done.
The U.S. is struggling with the agony of losing to Mexico in the Gold Cup final, but it'll regroup. It always does.
We hand out the grades for the U.S. players after the Gold Cup final.
Alejandro Bedoya is the breakout player of Gold Cup.
This is what most people wanted to see -- a Gold Cup final between Mexico and the U.S., the two giants of CONCACAF that have little love for each other.
The U.S. kicks off its Gold Cup campaign on Tuesday. Here are five reasons to watch.
Yes, Argentina benefited from a bad call, but that doesn't take anything away from its dominating performance.
Leander Schaerlaeckens lists seven young players who have impressed in South Africa.
Groups A and B wrapped up play Monday. Here's how it happened and what its repercussions for the Round of 16 are.
Three things we learned today, three things to watch for tomorrow.
With many of the top teams struggling to find their form, the stage is set for some exciting matches at the World Cup, Leander Schaerlaeckens writes.
After South Africa and Mexico played to an opening-round draw, Leander Schaerlaeckens grades the performances.