Behind two goals from Tobin Heath and an encouraging performance from Megan Rapinoe, the United States women’s national team soundly defeated Guatemala, 5-0, in Bridgeview, Illinois.
American Soccer Now contributor John D. Halloran takes the long view in his analysis of Wednesday’s World Cup qualifier, sharing four observations about the match and the players.
For those who are following the fight to get the 2015 Women’s World Cup moved from turf to grass and don’t feel like reading the whole 15-page legal brief, here are the salient details… September…
ASN’s John D. Halloran has a clearheaded take on the Hope Solo domestic abuse situation and how it relates to the high-profile controversies currently roiling the National Football League.
Despite two decisive victories over a so-so opponent, all is not settled with Jill Ellis’ U.S. women’s national team. WIth formations in question and roster cut downs imminent, this is a crucial time for the squad.
The No.1-ranked U.S. women’s national team made quick work of Mexico Saturday night, and it did so with a traditional 4-4-2 setup that could signal that Jill Ellis is done experimenting with a 4-3-3.
On Tuesday, U.S. soccer announced that Landon Donovan would be given a final send-off match with the United States men’s national team when the team takes on Ecuador on October 10 in East Hartford, Connecticut…