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World Cup full of expectations, ends in great disappointment for the US
The US Menís National Soccer Teamís World Cup dreams came to a crashing halt on June 22nd as they lost to Group E underdogs Ghana. The USA managed only a single point in group play, losing to the Czech Republic, tying Italy and ending with a loss to Ghana. Going into the World Cup, the Czech Republic and Italy looked to be the favorites to advance with the USA as firm challengers and Ghana the unknown quantity. Group E, however, considered the ďgroup of deathĒ by many, proved to be just that as it was the only group in which no team had clinched a spot in the next round before their third game.
June 23, 2006 By Sean Donahue

Twellman silences critics with hat trick in USAís 5-0 victory over Norway
Taylor Twellman recorded just the 9th hat trick in US Menís National Team history in a 5-0 dismantling of Norway on January 29th.
February 01, 2006 By Sean Donahue

US get tough World Cup draw
The United States' Mens National Soccer Team missed being seeded for
the World Cup by one point and suffered the consequences by being
drawn with Italy, Czech Republic and Ghana.
January 03, 2006 By Sean Donahue

Ralston scores game winner against Mexico as US qualify for the World Cup
Columbus, OH. - The US Menís National Team became the first nation in the CONCACAF (North and Central America) region to qualify for the 2006 World Cup in Germany. It was the first time since 1934 that the US has accomplished this feat. It also marks the 5th consecutive time the US has qualified for the World Cup. The New England Revolutionís Steve Ralston scored the game winner for the US, while DaMarcus Beasley also scored, as the US beat their archrivals.
September 05, 2005 By Sean Donahue

US defeat Trinidad and Tobago in World Cup Qualifying
East Hartford, CT. - The US beat Trinidad and Tobago 1-0 on Wednesday August 17th, and guaranteed that they would finish no worse than 4th place in the final stage of CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying with 4 matches still left to play. The top 3 teams automatically qualify for the World Cup, while the 4th place team will go into a play-off with a team from Asia. The US are currently second in the standings with 15 points, one behind Mexico and eight above the third and fourth place teams.
August 26, 2005 By Sean Donahue

US wins Gold Cup, defeats Panama on penalties
E. Rutherford, NJ. - The US Menís National Soccer Team defeated Panama 3-1 on penalty kicks after both sides failed to score in 90 minutes of regulation time. Although the US controlled much of the possession in the match, both sides had great chances to take the lead, but poor shooting and good goalkeeping kept both teams off the score sheet. The win marked the third time the US has won the Gold Cup.
July 25, 2005 By Sean Donahue

US advances to semifinals of Gold Cup
Foxboro, MA. Ė The US Menís National Team defeated Jamaica 3-1 in the CONCACAF Gold Cup quarterfinals to advance to the semifinals where they will face Honduras. For the first time in the tournament, the US got out to an early lead and held it for the whole match.
July 18, 2005 By Sean Donahue

US finishes Gold Cup group play undefeated, takes first in Group B
The United Statesí Mens National Soccer Team finished group play of the CONCACAF Gold Cup with a 2-0-1 record and first place in Group B. The US had a little more trouble then expected in group play, but still managed to come out on top despite resting several key players each game.
July 16, 2005 By Sean Donahue

US takes tough loss in Mexico, rebounds with dominating performance over Guatemala
The US Menís National Team started the week with a disappointing loss to Mexico on Sunday, March 27th in front of an away crowd of around 110,000.
April 01, 2005 By Sean Donahue

US start final round of World Cup Qualification with a win on the road
The U.S. Menís National Soccer Team went into Port of Spain, Trinidad after a shortened training camp due to a labor dispute and managed to get a crucial three points on the road to start the final round of World Cup Qualifying. Led by 20 year-old Eddie Johnson and veteran Eddie Lewisí goals along with some great saves from Kasey Keller, the U.S. held off a Trinidad and Tobago attack led by Dwight Yorke and Stern John, two forwards with English Premier League experience.
February 14, 2005 By Sean Donahue

US defeats EL Salvador in violent World Cup Qualifier
FOXBORO, MA. Ė The U.S. made an early lead stand and added a second half insurance goal in a game that saw El Salvadorís coach as well as a player ejected and two fights. Brian Ching earned his first start for the U.S. National Team and didnít fail to disappoint as he scored in the 5th minute. The National Team now moves into first place in Group A of CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying.
September 06, 2004 By Sean Donahue

Jamaica 1-1 USA
Jamaica tied with the United States in a WCQ tie in Kingston, Jamaica.
August 18, 2004 By Max So

U.S. escapes with 1-1 draw against Poland
Chicago, IL. Ė The U.S. National Team wasted a penalty kick in the 11th minute that could have earned head coach Bruce Arena his 50th win, but still managed to keep their 6 game unbeaten streak alive with an equalizing goal in the 88th minute. Despite outshooting Poland 15 to 7, the U.S. found themselves trailing late in the game thanks to some poor shooting and it took defender Carlos Bocanegra to finally put the U.S. on the scoreboard.
July 13, 2004 By Sean Donahue

U.S. defeat determined Grenada squad 3-0 in first leg of two game series
COLUMBUS, OH. (6/13/04)- The U.S. defeated Grenada by a score of 3-0, but with better finishing couldíve been headed to Grenada for the second leg of the series with an insurmountable lead in the two-game aggregate series. Damarcus Beasley led the U.S. with two goals, his first ever goals in World Cup qualifying, and Greg Vanney scored an important goal in stoppage time of the second half, his first ever international goal. The U.S. received some bad news in the 21st minute, when starting forward Conor Casey went down with a right knee sprain that will see him out for about six weeks.
June 18, 2004 By Sean Donahue

U.S. cruise past Honduras in 4-0 victory
FOXBORO, MA. (6/2/04) - The U.S. National Team easily defeated Honduras by a margin of 4-0 thanks in part to two goals from Brian McBride in front of a Gillette Stadium crowd of 11,533 that was mostly pro-Honduras. The U.S. dominated in the first half, but backed off a little after going into half time with a two goal lead and a man advantage thanks to the 40th minute ejection of Hondurasí captain Amado Guevara. The match was the final tune-up for the U.S. before they begin the long qualifying process for the World Cup on June 13th.
June 03, 2004 By Sean Donahue

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