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  1. U.S. Soccer: Young Americans show poise in win over South Africa

    Luke Cyphers and Doug McIntyre

    Doug McIntyre and Luke Cyphers analyze the U.S.'s victory over South Africa, noting that the young Yanks did a good job of moving the ball under pressure, which could bode quite nicely for the future.

    Blog | Conversation | November 18, 2010
  2. U.S. Soccer: Bob Bradley faces tough choices filling out his rost...

    Luke Cyphers and Doug McIntyre

    In the new World Cup cycle, Bob Bradley faces a vastly different experience. With no key players retiring and fewer top youth players on the cusp, he has to figure out a way to mix in new blood and weed out aging vets anyway. It won't be easy.

    Blog | Conversation | November 10, 2010
  3. 2010 World Cup: A day later, examining the futures of Landon Dono...

    Luke Cyphers and Doug McIntyre

    One day after the U.S. was eliminated from the 2010 World Cup by Ghana, Luke Cyphers and Doug McIntyre look at the future of several key cogs, in particular Landon Donovan, Michael Bradley and Bob Bradley.

    Blog | Conversation | June 27, 2010
  4. 2010 World Cup: Why the magic ran out for the U.S. national team ...

    Luke Cyphers and Doug McIntyre

    RUSTENBURG, South Africa -- There will be months and maybe years of postmortems on the U.S. national team's 2-1 extra time loss to Ghana in the second round of the World Cup on Saturday. Fans and media are likely to lament what went wrong, and how th...

    Blog | Conversation | June 26, 2010
  5. 2010 World Cup: Tim Howard, Jozy Altidore and rest of U.S. soccer...

    Luke Cyphers and Doug McIntyre

    One day before the U.S. battles Ghana in the knockout round, Luke Cyphers and Doug McIntyre report on the squad's mood. Even though they're giddy and facing a short turnaround after the Algeria match, don't expect a letdown against Ghana.

    Blog | Conversation | June 25, 2010
  6. 2010 World Cup: U.S. soccer team will rely on conditioning agains...

    Luke Cyphers and Doug McIntyre

    The U.S. has just two days off between its dramatic victory against Algeria and its second-round matchup against Ghana. Good thing the team employs one of the most rigorous fitness programs in soccer. Plus, the latest lineup news.

    Blog | Conversation | June 24, 2010
  7. 2010 World Cup: Bob Bradley's coaching moves help U.S. win Group ...

    Luke Cyphers and Doug McIntyre

    Luke Cyphers was in South Africa for the U.S. team's dramatic victory against Algeria, and one thing is clear to him: Bob Bradley's performance during the group stage is the best we've ever seen from an American coach. Plus news and notes.

    Blog | Conversation | June 23, 2010
  8. 2010 World Cup: Zinedine Zidane on U.S.-Algeria Group C finale

    Luke Cyphers and Doug McIntyre

    With Wednesday's huge match against Algeria fast approaching, Luke Cyphers and Doug McIntyre break down what the U.S. will see. And they get some help from an exclusive interview with Zinedine Zidane, now an adviser to Algeria's national team.

    Blog | Conversation | June 21, 2010
  9. 2010 World Cup: Lineup choices ahead for tired U.S. squad

    Luke Cyphers and Doug McIntyre

    After two tiring matches, the Americans may have to get some fresh legs for their Group C finale. Plus, Bob Bradley isn't the only Team USA dad with coaching experience, and Clint Dempsey comments on the physicality of play in South Africa.

    Blog | Conversation | June 20, 2010
  10. 2010 World Cup: Benny Feilhaber, Maurice Edu help spark U.S. come...

    Luke Cyphers and Doug McIntyre

    With the World Cup on the brink at halftime against Slovenia, Bob Bradley changed his tactics dramatically, then did so again late in the second half. The result was a Cup-saving draw. Luke Cyphers reports from South Africa on what worked.

    Blog | Conversation | June 18, 2010
  11. 2010 World Cup: Oguchi Onyewu back in form for U.S. national team...

    Luke Cyphers and Doug McIntyre

    Oguchi Onyewu was one of the biggest U.S. question marks -- if not the most critical -- heading into the England match. Now, after a performance in which he got stronger as the game went on, he looks ready to be his old difference-making self again.

    Blog | Conversation | June 15, 2010
  12. 2010 World Cup: U.S. national soccer team -- Four reasons the U.S...

    Luke Cyphers and Doug McIntyre

    Luke Cyphers and Doug McIntyre examine why they think the U.S. will beat England.

    Blog | Conversation | June 12, 2010
  13. 2010 World Cup: U.S. national soccer team - Three World Cup scena...

    Luke Cyphers and Doug McIntyre

    We know all about the U.S.-England hype, but the group stage consists of three games, as the Americans keep reminding themselves. And the nature of the two games after England could be extremely different, depending on what happens Saturday.

    Blog | Conversation | June 11, 2010
  14. U.S. national soccer team -- Carlos Bocanegra, Steve Cherundolo, ...

    Luke Cyphers and Doug McIntyre

    If you've watched the U.S. team at all, you've noticed guys constantly yelling at each other -- especially the defenders and keeper Tim Howard. Turns out, it's not a problem, but part of Bob Bradley's master plan.

    Blog | Conversation | June 02, 2010
  15. U.S. national soccer team - Robbie Findley, Herculez Gomez, Edson...

    Luke Cyphers and Doug McIntyre

    Three of the four forwards on the U.S. roster are essentially newbies with hardly any international experience. But vets like Landon Donovan are helping Robbie Findley, Herculez Gomez and Edson Buddle fit in quickly before the World Cup.

    Blog | Conversation | June 01, 2010
  16. U.S. national soccer team - World Cup questions can be answered a...

    Luke Cyphers and Doug McIntyre

    Bob Bradley has selected his 23-man roster for the World Cup, but questions still swirl around the U.S. national team. Doug McIntyre and Luke Cyphers attempt to answer five of the most pressing queries ahead of Saturday's match against Turkey.

    Blog | Conversation | May 28, 2010