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If the song remains the same, how can it be rewritten?

Thumped by Argentina in a Copa America Centenario semifinal, the U.S. will nonetheless take positives from getting that far. But what it means for the future is still a murky muddle.
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Stepping on toes? That's not the solution to improving U.S. soccer

Do you wonder what kind of advice Jurgen Klinsmann was giving his players during their loss to Argentina?
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USA reaps benefits of South American opposition

Reaching a Copa America Centenario semifinal against Argentina to be played on Tuesday is being hailed as an historic accomplishment for the U.S. national team.
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USA has reason to celebrate but suspensions sure take edge off big win

First, the good news from Thursday night in Seattle. The USA's 2-1 victory over Ecuador, which moved it into the semifinals of the Copa Centenario, marked the first time it has ever won three games in a row in a competitive tournament other than the Gold Cup.
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Centenario group phase serves up plenty of spectacle, drama, and controversy

When big teams like Brazil and Uruguay fell prone to lapses, other nations took advantage to strengthen their reputations. Argentina and Mexico, as expected were impressive, and a courageous display by a U.S. team down to 10 men clinched a spot in the quarterfinals. Surprise teams Venezuela and Peru spiced up the first round as well..
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Guzan seizes chance for No. 1 shirt

Seven straight games including all three at the Centenario have featured Brad Guzan in goal; he and the Americans face another stern test Thursday against Ecuador.
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Berliner John Brooks takes charge of USA's defense

Just three years ago, John Brooks, born and raised in Berlin but the son of a U.S. serviceman from Illinois, was still deciding whether to represent Germany or the USA.
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USA's 'musts' for Paraguay game if it isn't 'must-win'

The Copa America Centenario results to date are mirror images of what occurred in March, when the Americans followed up a poor defeat with a resounding win. To reach the quarterfinals it needs only a tie, which can be a quite risky situation.
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May Clint Dempsey long play for the USA

Hard to believe, but as recently as January there was speculation about whether Clint Dempsey would continue to be part of the U.S. national team.
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How Klinsmann can fix his midfield

I'd suggest for Jurgen Klinsmann, after opening the Copa Centenario with a 2-0 loss to Colombia, to have a team-building event.
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Bobby Wood 'owes' Klinsmann and has the recipe to pay back

To Germany's three biggest cities -- Munich, Berlin and Hamburg -- is where soccer has been taking Honolulu-born Bobby Wood, who left Hawaii at age 12 and spent two years in Southern California before moving to Europe.
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Copa Centenario: Soccer America editors' predictions

The Copa Centenario kicks off Friday when the USA hosts Colombia at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California. The tournament should give the USA a home-field advantage in the biggest men's tournament played in the USA since the 1994 World Cup. Here's how Soccer America's editors see the tournament unfolding.
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Centenario will reveal if USA has forged a foundation of consistency

Three games against solid opposition can test the U.S, for a baseline of reliability that it desperately needs.
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Is buzz over Klinsmann's babes justified?

The USA has been so disappointing so often during the Jurgen Klinsmann era that you have to wonder what to make of the optimism surrounding its chances at the Copa Centenario.
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Dynamo can't afford to stumble again in wake of Coyle departure

Both former head coaches of the Houston Dynamo are natives of Scotland, and were born in July about a year apart. But little else about the careers and lives of Dominic Kinnear and Owen Coyle bore much resemblance, and Coyle's departure from the post this week is a stark reminder of just how different and difficult coaching in MLS can ...
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