Tag Archive: Portugal

Jun 27

USMNT advance from the "Group of Death"

Like many Americans I found myself at work during the USMNT’s match against Germany today. I was unable to watch the game and was informed via text that USA had lost. But we still advanced.

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Jun 23

Recap of USMNT vs Portugal

Heartbroken. Devastated. Despondent. Foolish. That’s how I felt when the US defense got caught watching Cristiano Ronaldo instead of marking their men in the final minute of stoppage time.

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Jun 22

Preview of USA vs Portugal

Suddenly, the Group of Death is wide open. The USMNT have an enormous opportunity Sunday to advance into the knockout stage with a win over Portugal.

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May 25

USMNT: Group Stage Breakdown

The “Group of Death” awaits the USMNT when they arrive in Brazil to compete in the 2014 World Cup. Ghana, Portugal, and Germany stand between the United States and advancement in the tournament. At least that is how it is being perceived. It is quite possible however to view the USMNT as standing in the …

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May 15

Early World Cup Expectations for the USMNT

Bigger. Stronger. Faster. How many times have you heard those words used to describe the American athletes of today? Quite often, I would imagine. It is as if those words are the new benchmark or expectation put forth for athletes to strive toward. They must be bigger, stronger and faster than those that have come …

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