The U.S. edged Sweden in a game that was more comfortable for the Americans than the 3-2 score suggests, writes Jeff Carlisle.
Fresh off a breakthrough season in the Swedish league, Charlie Davies hopes to have a similar impact for the U.S. against the Swedish national team, writes Jeff Carlisle.
The annual game with Sweden is a chance for some U.S. fringe players to show they deserve more opportunities with the first-team squad, writes Jeff Carlisle.
The U.S. win over Sweden owed much to a solid, all-around team effort and Brad Guzan's goalkeeping, writes Jeff Carlisle.
The game against Sweden is another chance for a young U.S. team to find its comfort zone under Bob Bradley, writes Jeff Carlisle.
A shaky defense and poor finishing were the lowlights of a disappointing performance by the U.S. against Sweden, writes Jeff Carlisle.
In what was a mediocre performance against Sweden, U.S. No. 1 Tim Howard was the lone bright spot, writes Jeff Carlisle.
Since the beginning of 1998, the U.S. is a woeful 3-14-3 on European soil, something the U.S. hopes to change against Sweden, writes Jeff Carlisle.