Sebastian Lletget Has Earned Starting Role for the United States

Sebastian Lletget Has Earned Starting Role for the United States Sebastian Lletget showcased his creative skillset and ability to defend when the United States played Serbia in San Diego, and he has earned a starting midfield role. The United States continues to be a national team that passes the ball poorly by international standards, but […]

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2016 MLS Playoffs Match-Up: Sebastian Lletget vs. Dillon Powers

Important MLS Playoffs Match-Up: Sebastian Lletget vs. Dillon Powers When the Los Angeles Galaxy play the Colorado Rapids tomorrow on Sunday, Dillon Powers and Sebastian Lletget are set to face off in the semifinals of the Western Conference of the 2016 MLS Playoffs, and this is an exciting duel for American soccer fans. World Soccer […]

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Sebastian Lletget, The New USMNT Number 10

Sebastian Lletget Should Be the New U.S. Men’s National Team Attacking Midfielder Sebastian Lletget is a viable Number 10 type attacking midfielder that can start for the United States Men’s National Team. Under coach Jürgen Klinsmann, any attacking midfielder has been a persona non grata, and this was also the case under Bob Bradley and […]

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Sebastian Lletget For the USMNT

Sebastian Lletget for the U.S. Men’s National Team Sebastian Lletget is the Number 10 that the United States have been looking for. The LA Galaxy attacking midfielder and forward brings creativity, technical skill, quickness, a low center of gravity, and active movement off the ball. Lletget is a triple threat in that he brings passing, […]

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Time For a USMNT Lineup Overhaul

The U.S. Men’s National Team’s lineup needs an overhaul immediately. It’s unlikely that Jürgen Klinsmann will admit to unjustly snubbing players from his rosters or picking misguided starting lineups, but he is certainly capable of taking corrective action without admitting to doing so. You have to assume that an ex-player of Klinsmann’s pedigree can easily […]

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The USMNT Must Improve its Midfield

  After the United States’ poor play in the 2015 Gold Cup, improving the midfield should be the first thing to address. With the exception of Michael Bradley, the U.S. Men’s National Team needs a total overhaul. The American midfield must have some logical balance of center midfielders and attacking midfielders. There’s no possession or clinical […]

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Young American Attacking Talent

  View image | gettyimages.com   Is it true that the American player pool lacks the types of game-changing attacking players to take the U.S. Men’s National Team to the next level? No. The United States doesn’t have a Lionel Messi or a Neymar or an Alexis Sánchez, but that doesn’t mean that the United […]

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Lineup Decisions For the LA Galaxy

View image | gettyimages.com   Who should start for the LA Galaxy? With the arrival of central midfielder Steven Gerrard and attacking midfielder Giovani Dos Santos, who should start for the Los Angeles Galaxy? There’s no need to change up the Galaxy’s solid defensive unit made up of Jaime Penedo in goal, Dan Gargan at […]

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5 MLS Players That Can Improve the USMNT

  View image | gettyimages.com     The U.S. Men’s National Team could stand for an injection of new skill, and here are five MLS players that can improve the Nationa Team in the defense, in the midfield, and in the attack. All of these players are young enough to serve the National Team for […]

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