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Omar Gonzalez and Matt Besler have emerged as Jurgen Klinsmann's go-to starting center backs after a lengthy search, writes Goal's Seth Vertelney.
After an struggling through the early stages of World Cup qualification, the U.S. national team is flying high in the Hexagonal.
The U.S. national team belongs to Michael Bradley, whose importance has grown since his father left as coach, writes Zac Lee Rigg in the Full Volley.
Former Mexico star Pavel Pardo believes that Mexico will make the World Cup next year, despite El Tri's poor form in the qualifying Hexagonal.
The Portland Timbers cut their deficit at the top of the West to two points with a 1-0 win over FC Dallas. Caleb Porter's side has only lost once in 2013.
Orlando City SC produced the shock of the fourth round by ushering the reigning U.S. Open Cup champion Sporting KC out of the competition.
Back In Business
Though transfer-listed by his club, Puebla, DaMarcus Beasley has proved an integral part to Jurgen Klinsmann's U.S. national team at left back.
The U.S. national team appears to have found a center back pairing that could be in place for the long haul.
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