He's been called "relentless" and a "force of nature." Now, the biggest moment of Bob Bradley's life will come down to the next four weeks of play at the FIFA World Cup in South Africa.
Among the unusual requests at the World Cup, Argentina manager Diego Maradona wants a pair of special bidets. Italians bringing pasta. New Zealanders will play golf. The Americans? Video games and poker.
After a two-week training camp, the U.S. men's national team can now focus on soccer in South Africa.
Walter Bahr, one of four living members of the U.S. squad that stunned England 1-0 in the 1950 World Cup, attended Saturday's friendly in Philly.
After spending two days in the City of Brotherly Love getting ready for a friendly Saturday against Turkey (2 p.m. ET on ESPN2, ESPN3.com), who do you have in the Stanley Cup finals?
The president wished members of the team good luck and said he'd be following them from the Oval Office.
Some players were informed by text message that they'd made the squad. For Herculez Gomez, he nearly came to tears when told he'd made it.
Oguchi Onweyu assesses his performance in first game back.
Watching the U.S.-Czech Republic game with former captain Claudio Reyna.
Coaching staff prepares for final cuts as 23-man roster named Wednesday.
The U.S. men's national team used the adidas Jabulani exclusively during its Princeton training camp.
After Sunday's final training session in Princeton, N.J., the team headed to East Hartford, Conn., in preparation for Tuesday night's match against the Czech Republic (7:30 p.m. on ESPN).
Coach Bob Bradley said Saturday that barring unforeseen injuries or other surprises, he plans to name the final 23-player roster after Tuesday's match.
Spending an off day resting and getting ready to return to practice Saturday
Oguchi Onyewu, the U.S. defensive anchor, says he's 100 percent and ready to return his customary spot on the back line.