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    USA Men's Soccer

    Howard spectacular as US ties Argentina 0-0

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    Goalkeeper Tim Howard and the United States appear ready for World Cup qualifying.

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    Landon Donovan earns 100th cap for United States

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    Landon Donovan became the fourth youngest player in the world to make 100 international appearances when the United States’ career goal leader started in an exhibition against Argentina at Giants Stadium on Sunday night.
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    what is this thing u call soccer? lol

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    Re: USA Men's Soccer

    i would lol at this topic, but canada is ranked at like 98th right now
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    "gregair13" wrote:
    i would lol at this topic, but canada is ranked at like 98th right now
    LOL actually Canada is 60th and USA is 21st. Argentina is #1 so USA didn't do so bad.

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    Re: USA Men's Soccer

    It is really frustrating to watch USA soccer on a regular basis. They come out play an exceptional match against teams like Argentina (or the tie against Italy in the World Cup a couple of years ago) and then lay eggs against England. It is really tough. They have some talent, but need to find some sort of consistency.

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    "midgensa" wrote:
    It is really frustrating to watch USA soccer on a regular basis. They come out play an exceptional match against teams like Argentina (or the tie against Italy in the World Cup a couple of years ago) and then lay eggs against England. It is really tough. They have some talent, but need to find some sort of consistency.
    I agree. Hey does that sound like a similar team I cheer for?

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    "marstc09" wrote:
    "midgensa" wrote:
    It is really frustrating to watch USA soccer on a regular basis. They come out play an exceptional match against teams like Argentina (or the tie against Italy in the World Cup a couple of years ago) and then lay eggs against England. It is really tough. They have some talent, but need to find some sort of consistency.
    I agree. Hey does that sound like a similar team I cheer for?
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    Re: USA Men's Soccer

    "marstc09" wrote:
    "midgensa" wrote:
    It is really frustrating to watch USA soccer on a regular basis. They come out play an exceptional match against teams like Argentina (or the tie against Italy in the World Cup a couple of years ago) and then lay eggs against England. It is really tough. They have some talent, but need to find some sort of consistency.
    I agree. Hey does that sound like a similar team I cheer for?
    I think it's tough for the US because they only play difficult competitve games in the actual finals of tournaments. European, African and South American teams have to play through tough groups just to qualify. It also helps if the main players in the team are playing in the European leagues as that is the only way to gain experience against the worlds best players.

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    World Cup Qualifying Match vs. Barbados on right now ESPN2! GO USA!

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