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  1. U.S. men's national team continues to grow in its friendly agains...

    Luke Cyphers

    Luke Cyphers writes that the biggest difference between the Yanks in 2010 and the Yanks now isn't necessarily different players, but those same players maturing together. In a friendly against Scotland, the growth in this U.S. team was on display.

    Blog | Conversation | May 27, 2012
  2. Soccer - A new look pays off for Jurgen Klinsmann

    Luke Cyphers

    Luke Cyphers watched the U.S. break a winning and offensive drought on Tuesday in the Balkans, and like others, was surprised to see Michael Bradley out on the wing. The results might signal some options for the offense.

    Blog | Conversation | November 15, 2011
  3. 2010 World Cup: U.S. soccer team must learn to finish opportuniti...

    Luke Cyphers

    Soccer fans all over the U.S. are lamenting the blown opportunities for goals against Ghana. But, if you've watched the national team closely, you shouldn't be surprised. The team's lack of touch and inability to finish remain fatal flaws.

    Blog | Conversation | June 28, 2010
  4. U.S. national soccer team - Americans aim for improved possession...

    Luke Cyphers

    Shockingly, the U.S. actually possessed the ball more than England in the first half Saturday. But the U.S. reverted to form and defended in the second half. Greater control and better passes in the attacking third are critical against Slovenia on Friday.

    Blog | Conversation | June 14, 2010
  5. U.S. national soccer team: Plenty of optimism despite injuries, b...

    Luke Cyphers

    Despite injuries, blunders and the ever-evolving striker situation, things are looking up for U.S. Why? Just look back to a friendly loss against the Netherlands in March to see that this team will head into the World Cup remarkably battle-tested.

    Blog | Conversation | April 27, 2010
  6. U.S. National Soccer Team Blog -- Developing an American style of...

    Luke Cyphers

    Brazil has its own "style" of play. So does Spain. But does the U.S.? We talk to Sunil Gulati and several members of the national team to determine what "American soccer" looks like, and how far along the program is in building a distinctive system.

    Blog | Conversation | September 02, 2009