Thursday August 10, 2006
With 16 Americans spread across 13 teams in the top three flights, YA has attempted to get a glimpse into what's in store for our England-based Yanks.
Thursday August 10, 2006
With 15 Americans spread across 12 teams in the top three German flights, we at YA attempted to catch as many of them as we could in the past two weeks as we put together our season preview.
Sunday August 6, 2006
While most American soccer fans I know are still griping about the poor performance by the Red, White and Blue in Germany this summer, as an eternal optimist, but admittedly a bit of a pessimist about American soccer, I see this year as the greatest year in American soccer history.
Friday July 21, 2006
The YA mail bag is bulging with comments and questions about our inaugural 2010 23 Tickets squad. I decided it was my turn to wade the waters, so let's jump right in...
Thursday July 20, 2006
Let's get this straight right off the bat: I'm a marketing guy. I know a lot about it. I get paid to tell other people how to do it. I've spent time with people who are world-renowned experts on the subject.
Friday July 14, 2006
Just a couple of days ago I was starting to worry a bit because there had been no definite word from the USSF about Bruce Arena and his future in the American game.
Monday July 10, 2006
The long wait until World Cup 2010 has already begun for Red, White & Blue supporters, but YA has no intention of waiting to handicap the field for the South Africa sweepstakes.
Monday June 26, 2006
With a few days to rest, catch second viewings and push the hurt deep into my belly, the teacher is ready to hand out World Cup 2006 grades. Sometimes I had to be tough, but I always tried to be fair. I will only accept apples before the grades are released, and I prefer green.
Thursday June 22, 2006
Why is it that the American soccer media (with the exception of Eric Wynalda who wasn't afraid to say that Donovan "hasn't shown up") is afraid to criticize Landon Donovan? I understand that he is supposed to be the Golden Boy of the US Soccer Revolution and all but how can we, as a group of journalists, not call a spade a spade when we see it?
Wednesday June 21, 2006
Welcome to my emotional roller coaster. You must be at least this tall to get on the ride. Keep your hands and feet inside the car at all times.
Tuesday June 20, 2006
Yours truly was one of the crowd in Kaiserslautern on a very warm and humid German night, cheering on the dwindling numbers of Team USA as they valiantly held on for a draw against Italy, who have now qualified for the gold medal in diving.
Monday June 19, 2006
Saturday night in Kaiserslautern was historic on and off the field for the US.
Monday June 19, 2006
World Cup 2006 could be a tipping point for the developing popularity of American soccer that may be delayed another four years if the US national team is unable to qualify out of the group stage.
Thursday June 15, 2006
First of all, let me just say that it was a disheartening performance by a team that came out flat and couldn't snap out of it. As a frequent apologist for US Soccer I take that as a personal affront.
Wednesday June 14, 2006
Let me just get this out of the way: I was wrong. I was wronger than wrong. I was more wrong than a thousand losing lottery tickets. I couldn't have been more wrong if I had worn Germany colors and mouthed off in an English accent on a train full of Polish hooligans.
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