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One Giant Leap Day for US Soccer

By David Kilpatrick, DKilpatrick [AT] mercy [DOT] edu “There are no friendlies in football” is a well-worn cliché of the game, one that supporters of the sport in the United States are resorting to in defense of their enthusiasm for … Continue reading

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Klinsmann’s USA project: Reform or Revolution?

The international break generated debate about Jürgen Klinsmann’s short tenure as USA selector and coach. Results of friendlies aside, George Vecsey of the New York Times points out that the German is a proponent of “the revolutionary theory for young … Continue reading

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