1. Instagram: Jones Inks Entire Knee for USA

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  2. Instagram: Jones Inks Entire Knee for USA

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  3. Potters Look to Launch Second Work Permit Application for Juan Agudelo

    STOKE City are ready to launch a second attempt to acquire a work permit for America international Juan Agudelo following talks between the youngster and boss Mark Hughes...

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  4. MLS Youngsters Who Could Be Part of 2018 World Cup Cycle for USMNT

    In less than two months, the United States men’s national team will be off and running in the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. Although the 2014 cycle wasn’t without its hiccups, the U...

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  5. Predicting Who Will Be USA's Defensive Starters at the World Cup

    With the World Cup only seven weeks away, one of the biggest areas of concern, and uncertainty, for the United States men’s national team remains its defense. Other than center-back Matt Besler and, of course, goalkeeper Tim Howard, who the U...

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  6. Injury Forces USMNT World Cup Hopeful DaMarcus Beasley off in Puebla Win

    Are US national team left back DaMarcus Beasley's World Cup hopes in jeopardy? Unknown at this point, but the Puebla star was forced off the field in the first half of La Franja's 2-1 ...

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  7. Americans Abroad Wrap: Terrence Boyd Scores Twice; Tim Howard Signs New Contract

    It was another action-packed week for Americans playing abroad, highlighted by a brace from Rapid Vienna forward Terrence Boyd, a goal from Nantes midfielder Alejandro Bedoya and a new contract for Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard...

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  8. U.S. Soccer Hopes to Have Women's Coach by Mid-May

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  9. Ranking the Top 10 American Goalkeepers in History

    Over the last 20 years since the United States hosted the 1994 FIFA World Cup, one position has produced star after star...

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  10. Who Should Make Jurgen Klinsmann's USMNT 30-Man Provisional Roster for World Cup

    As the United States men's national team and head coach Jurgen Klinsmann head into the last six weeks before leaving for the World Cup, much attention has been paid to who Klinsmann will select to represent the U...

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  11. Reports: Brooks Benched over Large Back Tattoo

    John Brooks was a puzzling omission from Hertha Berlin 's game-day roster this past weekend, but now we might know why he was not in uniform...

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  12. Dempsey's MVP Form, Revs on the Rise and Debutants Shine

    There's no time to dally because Clint Dempsey might score again before we get through the major happenings in Week 6 of the 2014 MLS season, and that just won't do.....

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  13. Report: Vikings Increasing Efforts to Bring MLS to Minneapolis

    With Major League Soccer set to announce its latest expansion team in Atlanta Wednesday afternoon, the Minnesota Vikings are maneuvering to secure one of the two remaining expansion slots for Minneapolis...

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  14. MLS Welcomes Atlanta as Newest Expansion Franchise

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  15. How Many Americans Care About Soccer?

    US Soccer Players - Maybe it just comes with the territory when discussing the status of soccer in America. It's been 20 years since the USA hosted the World Cup...

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  16. Nurnberg's Chandler in Training After Surgery

    Timothy Chandler is set to return to 1.FC Nurnberg team training. The U.S. international said he hopes to return to the Nurnberg in 10 days to help his team avoid relegation to the second tier...

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  17. Who Is Winning the Battle to Partner Michael Bradley in USMNT Defensive Midfield

    By now, we are well aware that there are plenty of holes still left to fill in the first starting 11 that the United States men's national team will send out to the pitch against Ghana on June 16 at the 2014 FIFA World Cup...

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  18. Landon's Legacy: Donovan Addresses Mentorship, Retirement and World Cup Chances

    One of these days—perhaps on Saturday against the Vancouver Whitecaps — Landon Donovan will become Major League Soccer’s all-time leading goal scorer...

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  19. USA and Jurgen Klinsmann Prepare for Difficult World Cup Group

    Since returning to the World Cup in 1990 after a 40-year absence, the United States has alternated group-stage elimination with advancement to the knockout round.....

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  20. World Cup USA 1994: Where Are USMNT Players 20 Years Later?

    The run of the United States men's national team in the 1994 World Cup was a magical one, as the relatively unknown squad advanced to the round of 16 on home soil...

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  21. USA Striker Jozy Altidore Just Can't Shake Struggles at Sunderland

    Nothing, of course, ever comes down to just one moment, but still you wonder what might have been if the goal Jozy Altidore scored against Arsenal had been allowed to stand...

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  22. VP Joe Biden to Attend the World Cup This Summer in Brazil

    WASHINGTON (AP) Vice President Joe Biden is planning to be among the attendees at this summer's World Cup soccer tournament...

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  23. Americans Abroad Wrap: Juan Agudelo Scores; Brek Shea May Be on the Move

    It was another busy week for Americans playing abroad, highlighted by a goal from Juan Agudelo and transfer rumors involving Brek Shea...

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  24. Predicting the USMNT Squad 60 Days from the 2014 World Cup

    With two months to go before the United States men's national team heads to Brazil and the 2014 World Cup, head coach Jurgen Klinsmann has some difficult decisions to make in narrowing down his squad to a 23-man roster...

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  25. Know Your Enemy: Ghana's Kwadwo Asamoah

    Over the next couple of months, SI.com is profiling two valuable, but perhaps undervalued, under-the-radar players on each of the U.S. men's national team's Group G opponents at this summer's World Cup...

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