Monthly Archives: June 2014

U.S. players told to change their families’ flights home from Brazil

That’s the attitude we need from a head coach!! Time to make our run.

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Jürgen Klinsmann was blasted by U.S. media – and by more than a few fans – for saying it was “unrealistic” to expect the United States to win the World Cup. But has the coach changed his tune? It seems he’s now much more upbeat, and has even told his players to change their families’ return flights from Brazil, believing the USMNT will make it beyond the Round of 16.

Defender Omar Gonzalez spoke about Klinsmann’s attitude toward the rest of the tournament:

Jürgen has been nothing but positive. He’s telling us, he’s telling our families to change our flights to July 14th, 15th, because we’re going to be here until the very end. So that just speaks volumes to how positive he is, how much he believes in this team, and obviously it trickles down to all of us. That means that we’re all as confident as he is, and that we…

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WATCH: Messi’s free kick freezes Nigeria, reopens Iran’s hopes

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Lionel Messi is bringing the wows to Group F.

The 27-year-old netted his second goal of the first half and fourth of the tournament on this terrific free kick.

Nigeria goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama helps the look of the goal, as he doesn’t even dive in what was otherwise a stunning opening 45 for the netminder.

Don’t think anyone will be ripping apart Messi for this spin around a tournament with Argentina.


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The best way for your kids to spend the summer is just playing

Definitely a great piece, kids need to be outside and playing versus spending time on Ipads and phones. Lost art in the tech age of millennials…

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