United States “Kings of Concacaf” for the moment/ Donovan back

The United States defeated Panama 1-0 to win the Gold Cup yesterday in Chicago.
The winning result in the final capped off a tournament that included 1-0 win over Panama and Costa Rica and dominant results over the likes of Belize, Cuba, El Salvador and Honduras.
Brek Shea got the game winner in the second half on a tap in at the far post.
Panama was determined and organized defensively making it a difficult match.

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Shea will now join Stoke City in the EPL and try to impress manager Mark Hughes over the course of the next few weeks.

The U.S. truly were a team playing with a real spirit and a real connection with their manager Jurgen Klinsmann who awhile back was being criticized by many.
The U.S. will now get back to focusing on World Cup qualification which will resume in September.

A worrisome note from yesterday’s final was Stuart Holden injuring his knee prompting manager Jurgen Klinsmann to say “it doesn’t look good”.

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  1. tinman says:

    Nice win for the USMNT. I thought Panama played very well.
    The Back line for the USMNT still needs to be looked at. I know there was some players playing out of position, their lack of speed will be exploited in the World Cup.
    The cuts for the USMNT will be tough.
    I thought that Corey was not given a chance because of his lack of height.
    I hope that Bruin used this experience to improve his game.
    Hope that Holden is not hurt too bad.

  2. c.l. says:

    Stuart’s been plagued by bad luck and injuries for the better part of three years, ever since he left H-town to ply his trade overseas. In the meantime, more midfielders have entered the scene, some more skilled than Stu, and unfortunately, I think we’re watching his ship sail away. Will be interested to hear the official diagnosis in the next couple days…

  3. tinman says:

    I have heard many pro soccer players have a lot leg injuries but so many, so soon has got to make one want to retire.
    Good luck Holden.

  4. c.l. says:

    Diagnosis in – torn ACL right knee. So another 8 months before he plays again, at minimum ? Bad luck…

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