Special Edition
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
  • At last, the U.S. offense breaks out

    [SLOVENIA-USA] It's what we've been waiting for since Jurgen Klinsmann took the helm in July: An entertaining, attack-minded performance from the USA. Here's why ... Read the whole story

  • Revs hire Heaps to replace Nicol

    [MLS] Jay Heaps became the latest former MLS player to move quickly into the head coaching ranks when the New England Revolution named the ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "It was an entertaining game. We saw again a lot of interesting things from our players that we wanted to see. As a group we are growing. We knew going into the locker room up 3-1 at halftime that it wasn't finished. They proved that and caused us big problems. The team stood against it and tried to keep going forward and create more opportunities. There was a special atmosphere today because it was our captain's 100th game. It's a very, very special moment, and the team wanted to do well for him. Obviously we are pleased with the result, but also the performance."

    -- U.S. head coach Jurgen Klinsmann after the 3-2 win over Slovenia.

  • Keller wins Goalie of the Year

    [MLS AWARDS] Retiring Seattle Sounders goalie Kasey Keller was voted the 2011 Allstate MLS Goalkeeper of the Year. He played in every minute of ... Read the whole story