The United States had been winless in its last five but topped its CONCACAF rival to close out its winter camp.
Sunday, February 8, 2015
Saturday, February 7, 2015
A bad spell has the United States hoping for a result in the final friendly of the winter camp.
Though it's the teams' first meeting since a bitter defeat for Panama, Sunday's friendly is more about the future of both teams than their past.
As the USA prepares to face Panama, it remains unclear what formation Jurgen Klinsmann will trot out to try to halt the team's defensive struggles.
The LA Galaxy forward has followed up a breakout year in MLS with an impressive first U.S. national team camp, and could earn his first start Sunday versus Panama.
Friday, February 6, 2015
The veteran goalkeeper is lending advice to the younger players competing for one of the U.S. national team's most coveted spots.
The U.S. national team coach says unprepared players caused a "chain reaction throughout the whole group" during the January camp.
The Italy international was all smiles at his introductory news conference Friday.
The U.S. head coach has ruffled some feathers for criticizing his players after last week's loss to Chile, in part because he still accepts no blame for his team's struggles.
Orlando City can become one of the best ever expansion teams, according to MLS commissioner Don Garber.
Thursday, February 5, 2015
The U.S. international had an eventful game, scoring, drawing a red card and leaving because of injury late.
The Mexico boss has no problem with his national team players joining American or Canadian clubs.
The left back played close to 20,000 minutes during his time in MLS.
Wednesday, February 4, 2015
As the U.S. national team prepares for its next friendly, it is time to give the New England Revolution star a chance to run the attack as a starting playmaker.
Tuesday, February 3, 2015
The former Chivas USA defender-midfielder joins the expansion club with 153 MLS appearances under his belt.
The Jordanian has revealed the six nations who recommended him for the top job in world football and said Sepp Blatter needs to take responsibility for FIFA's failings.
Monday, February 2, 2015
With the Galaxy being honored for the third time in four years, the President acknowledged the left back for his pioneering role in American sports.
The game's law setters are set to meet at the end of the month with the triple punishment, "sin bins" and video replays also up for discussion.
The Slovakian international had fallen out of favor at Union Berlin.
The U.S. national team striker has left 1860 Munich and signed a loan deal that runs through June 2017.