On Wednesday night, Jordan Morris caught the eye of millions of USMNT fans. While his future is very much uncertain, he's already earned a place in the hearts of his fellow diabetics. Peter Andrews explores what Morris means to him.
The field at the Alamodome in San Antonio stole the show in a choppy, frenetic match, but the US continued their dominance of Mexico on home soil, running out 2-0 winners. PSP recaps the game and offers some analysis.
Mexico will have a relatively friendly crowd to play for, but El Tri just doesn't win in the U.S. unless the stakes are very high. That is not the case tomorrow, and comparing the relative strengths of the squads, the U.S. probably has the advantage.
The snowy win against Costa Rica told us a lot about the USMNT's character and grit but not a lot about how they play soccer together. Jeremy Lane takes a look at what to expect in the qualifier against Mexico.
FIFA says no to Costa RIca protest. Reports on Adu deal. Donovan back with LA. USA v Mexico news & previews. Are UEFA financial fair play rules legal? Poisonous snakes invade pitch in India. Comic strip. More.
Roundup of reports and reaction to the Pajoy for Cruz trade. Hackworth says Cruz is long-term
asset. Union still thinking playoffs. River Cup confirmed for Aug. 26. You're not the only ticked
off you can't watch beIN Sports.
Reports and reaction to USWNT winning Olympic gold. Union U-17s win Generation adidas Cup. RIvas
gets extra two game ban for Hoppenot headbutt. Independence owner says team has no plans at present
to join new women's league.
Talk about Sunday's refereeing disaster continues across the league. Hackworth says DC game had
plenty of "teachable moments." Valdes named to PST Team of the Week. MLS ranked 8th in the world
for pro soccer attendance. Mexico v USA top primetime broadcast. More news.
The US says "We won." Canada says, "We were robbed." Recaps and reaction to USWNT amazing
come-from-behind win against Canada in the Olympic semifinals. Power rankings and Generation adidas
Cup. More news.
On the day when US Soccer officially entered the Jurgen Klinsmann era, it was fitting that
within a 90 minute match, the quality of play on either side of halftime served to contrast a past
system that lacked creativity with a new future of bright, attacking soccer.
Check out PSP photographer Daniel Gajdamowicz's pre-game and match photo essays.
Tim Howard said before Wednesday night's friendly between the USA and Mexico, "It's going to
take all hands on deck." He wasn't wrong. And after a shaky first half, the defense's confidence
grew and the offense started creating real chances in what was, in the end, a great effort from the
US against an objectively superior Mexican team.
Following the recent appointment of Jurgen Klinsmann as the coach of the US Mens National Team,
the focus of US Soccer has turned to Philadelphia, where the Nats will play host to Mexico on
Wednesday night in an effort to kick off Klinsmann's US career by turning over a three match losing
streak against theirÂ arch-rivals.