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  1. USMNT Outclassed by Spain 4-0

    When the U.S. scheduled today’s fixture with Spain they likely felt it would be a good tune up for a team destined to fight it out with Mexico for CONCACAF supremacy in the coming weeks. Spain got a brace from Santi Cazorla and goals from Negredo and Fernando Torres to down the host 4-0 ahead of their Gold Cup opener against Canada on Tuesday.

    What happened in Boston today was nothing less than a confidence shaker. Playing most of the match with their reserves, the U.S. were undone by a four goal performance from the reigning world champions on the backs of a number of outstanding performances from a mix of Spain’s “A” and “B” level players.


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  2. So near but yet so far for United

    Sometimes you just have to hold your hands up and admit to being second best.It’s not something Sir Alex Ferguson is used to doing but Saturday night was an occasion when the great man had to do just that. Barcelona …


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  3. FIFA 12 Official Gameplay Trailer

    We shared some FIFA 12 gameplay screenshots with you earlier this week and now it’s turn for the official FIFA 12 trailer. But first, a short note on what makes FIFA 12 better than previous incarnations and a list of …


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  4. LEAKED: Werder Bremen 2011/12 Shirts

    The Nike manufactured Werder Bremen home and away 2011/2012 kits have been leaked. The home shirt is mainly green with small lines descending down the front in black and white in a chevron style. The orange shirt is either the …


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  5. Gold Cup Group Stage Preview

    With the Gold Cup starting Sunday with Costa Rica v. Cuba and Mexico v. El Salvador it’s time to take a look at the groups and peek at who are in line to earn the right to get to the knockout stages.

    While the favorites in each group may be easy to point out – although group B is wide open – I’ll take a stab at picking who will be alive in the tournament June 18th for the Quarterfinals.


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