Mar 22


The United States secured a vital 3*0 win against Honduras in a world cup qualifying match. The match was played at a temperature of -2F with some Honduras players suffering from hypothermia during the match. Honduras head coach claimed after the match that conditions were far from normal and still can’t comprehend while authorities allowed the games to go on.

The U.S coach Gregg Berhalter admitted after the match that it was a tactical move on their part. According to him “They’re all coming from the equator, and it’s going to be really difficult for them to deal with these conditions,’ he said. “They’re going to take a couple of breaths and it’s going to hit them like it never hit them before”. For him, it was fair play since Central American teams had enjoyed the benefit of playing in extremely high temperatures in the past”.< Continue reading →

Dec 18

Gregg Berhalter is the right man for US job

After the American national Football team failed to make it to the main draw of this year’s World Cup and the head coach Bruce Arena left his position taking the accountability of the failure, it was widely expected by the supporters that the association would go for a big name who would have managed teams in the biggest of leagues in Europe and would perhaps have the experience of working with the international teams as well.

But rather than going for any heavyweight manager, the association went for a low-profile individual in Gregg Berhalter and that might not have amused all the American supporters.
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