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Last Ranking: 13th Result: 1-2 v. Ghana The reason for the United States' slow starts isn't such a mystery. Bob Bradley simply kept starting players who couldn't control the game.
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Rankings: 16th-12th-13th-13th Results: 1-1 v. England, 2-2 v. Slovenia, 1-0 v. Algeria Next Match: Ghana How did I do? Good, I guess. Hold on, I need to catch my breath. All
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Last Ranking: 13th Results: 1-1 v. England, 2-2 v. Slovenia Next Match: Algeria Although there's no excuse for the referee's screw-up preventing the USA from getting three
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Last Ranking: 12th Results: 1-1 v. England Next Match: Slovenia Although the English goalkeeper made a horrid mistake, let's give some credit to Clint "Big Goal" Dempsey. He spun
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Last Ranking: 16th Next Match: England No more excuses. After three World Cups of being drawn in difficult groups, the Americans are heavily favored to take the second slot in
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As the governing body of soccer in all its forms in the United States, U.S. Soccer has helped chart the course for the sport in the USA for more than 90 years. In this time, the Federation’s mission statement has been very simple and very clear: to make soccer, in all its forms, a preeminent sport in the United States and to continue the development of soccer at all recreational and competitive levels.

To that end, the sports growth in the past two decades has been nothing short of remarkable. In 1989, the U.S. Men's National Team hadn't played in a World Cup in 40 years and the U.S. Women's program was just four years old. U.S. Soccer was playing games in small stadiums that were rarely filled to capacity. There were few games being televised (and none without commercials during play). There were no soccer-specific stadiums, and there were no high-level professional outdoor leagues of which to speak.

Since that time, things have evolved significantly. The U.S. MNT has qualified for their fifth consecutive World Cup, and advanced to the quarterfinals at the 2002 event. U.S. Soccer is a world leader in women’s soccer at every level, and the team has won two Women's World Cups, along with two Olympic Gold Medals. The United States has also hosted three World Cups with the support of its members and strong organizational abilities.

Professionally, Major League Soccer recently celebrated its tenth season of play and continues to further the ...
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