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  • Lehigh Valley soccer personalities like U.S. team's World Cup run

    Lehigh Valley soccer personalities like U.S. team's World Cup run
    They've been more than baby steps. They've been significant leaps. The U.S. World Cup soccer team's making it to the final 16 for the second consecutive tournament has been huge, according to Lehigh University men's soccer coach Dean Koski, who is not...
  • Klinsmann tells Americans to change flights to after World Cup final

    Klinsmann tells Americans to change flights to after World Cup final
    United States coach Juergen Klinsmann has told his players to get their families to change their return flights from Brazil until after the World Cup final. The U.S. face Belgium in the second round of the World Cup on Tuesday after emerging from a...
  • World Cup on Tuesday: Argentina takes on Switzerland

    World Cup on Tuesday: Argentina takes on Switzerland
    TUESDAY'S GAMES ARGENTINA VS. SWITZERLAND Where: Sao Paulo. Time: 9 a.m. PDT. TV: ESPN, Univision. The buzz: After years of criticism that he can't win the big ones, Argentina's Lionel Messi has been on a mission in this World Cup. He scored the...
  • U.S. Vs. Belgium Cup Round-Of-16 Game At A Glance

    Where: Fonte Nova arena, Salvador Capacity: 52,048 When: Tuesday, 4 p.m., ESPN Referee: TBA Probable teams: Belgium: 1-Thibaut Courtois; 2-Toby Alderweireld, 4-Vincent Kompany, 15-Daniel Van Buyten, 3-Thomas Vermaelen; 6-Axel Witsel, 8-...
  • Told it wouldn't survive, the U.S. team starts the World Cup anew

    Told it wouldn't survive, the U.S. team starts the World Cup anew
    — Michael Bradley's stare could bend steel. His teammates on the U.S. national team insist Bradley is lighthearted, a practical joker. But when he turns serious, he's far more frightening than funny. And on Saturday, Bradley was very, very...
  • On The Fly: Mexico, Greece Feel The Pain

    Mexico exited the World Cup in a most painful way, losing to Netherlands despite holding the lead into the 88th minute. The Dutch won 2-1 to advance to the quarterfinals, receiving the tying goal from Wesley Sneijder and the winner from Klaas-Jan...
  • After the first round, time for group therapy in Brazil

    After the first round, time for group therapy in Brazil
    The first round of a World Cup is a lot like a circus: There are clowns and high-wire acts, wild animals and magicians. And with 48 games in 14 days, it's hard to watch everything. So as the tournament paused Friday to bid arrivederci to Italy and the...
  • 2014 World Cup Group Stage superlatives

    2014 World Cup Group Stage superlatives
    The knockout rounds begin today at noon, but before we dive into the Round of 16, let’s take a look at some awards as they might stand through the group stages. Golden Ball: Given to the tournament’s top player, there are plenty of strong...
  • US hopes to boost World Cup attack against Belgium

    US hopes to boost World Cup attack against Belgium
    SAO PAULO (AP) — No wonder the United States is having problems scoring at the World Cup: The Americans are hardly attacking. Coach Jurgen Klinsmann is eager for the U.S. to create more chances in Tuesday's second-round game against Belgium. The...
  • Commentary: US cheated Death and got away with it

    To cheat Death is a tall order, but that's what the U.S. men's soccer team has done. They are advancing in the World Cup and will play Tuesday against Belgium. They won their place as one of the 16 best soccer teams on the planet despite losing 1-0 to...
  • Rivalry and rapport: Germany, USA soccer fans cheer together

    WASHINGTON Gary Overman was utterly convinced that the U.S. national soccer team could beat Germany on Thursday and qualify for the next round of play at the top of its World Cup group. "I believe, yes, I believe," said Overman. "Come on! USA all the...
  • U.S. fans making their mark in Brazil

    U.S. fans making their mark in Brazil
    Manaus is more a sauna than a city, a frontier outpost in the middle of a rain forest 200 miles from the equator. It's the last stop before the Amazon and not the kind of place where you'd expect to see grown men walking down the street wearing face...