Dominant 3-0 USMNT win vs. Mexico marred by cowardly fights and pathetic Mexico fans

The United States men’s national team dominated Mexico in the Concacaf Nations League semifinal with a 3-0 victory. What should have been a moment to celebrate was disgraced by fights between players and repeated homophobic chants from Mexican fans.

Before we get into the disgusting ending of the game, let’s take a quick look at the highlights.

¡Que se vayan todos! Estados Unidos humilló a México en la Liga de Naciones

Un desastre, una vergüenza, una profunda pena.

México fue goleado por Estados Unidos en las semifinales de la Liga de Naciones, en una de las peores performances del Tri desde el fatídico 7-0 ante Chile en la Copa América Centenario 2016.

Cierto, el marcador no fue tan expresivo (3-0), pero la falta de ideas del técnico Diego Cocca, el pobrísimo rendimiento de sus jugadores y su incapacidad para procesar la derrota de manera digna, dejaron la sensación de que es necesario resetear todo.


The Concacaf Gold Cup is becoming a second-rate competition for the U.S. and it’s a shame

For the second time in a row the United States men’s national team will be playing in the Concacaf Nations League final four and the Gold Cup during the same summer. Similar to 2021, the USMNT will send the A-team to the Nations League and the B-team to the Gold Cup.

Just look at the difference in the rosters.

Here’s the potential USMNT starting XI vs. Mexico we want to see on Thursday night

New United States men’s national team interim head coach B.J. Callaghan will make his debut on Thursday against Mexico in the Concacaf Nations League semifinals. Fans are incredibly curious about what the USMNT starting XI vs Mexico will look like.

Callaghan was thrust into the head coaching job after Gregg Berhalter’s contract ran out (among a lot of other drama) and former interim head coach Anthony Hudson left the role early to pursue a head coaching job in Qatar.

USMNT boys trying to teach Folarin Balogun golf is hilariously wholesome

The United States men’s national team is gearing up for a second run at the Concacaf Nations League title with the semifinal vs. Mexico on Thursday and the final or third-place match scheduled for Sunday.

A total of 23 players were called up for the tournament and the roster includes big names like Christian Pulisic, Weston McKennie and newcomer Folarin Balogun.

Folarin Balogun admits he was surprised USMNT fans tracked down his location in Orlando

New United States men’s national team forward Folarin Balogun said that he was surprised when U.S. fans discovered his location in Orlando from an Instagram post back in March.

Folarin Balogun USMNT fans comment

USA U-20s self-destruct in World Cup quarterfinal defeat to Uruguay

The United States men's U-20 team wanted to make history Sunday by advancing to the World Cup semifinals for the first time in program history, but after looking like tournament favorites while rattling off four straight victories, scoring 10 goals and conceding none, the U.S. dream quickly became a nightmare against Uruguay in the quarterfinals.

¿Romperá corazones? Zendejas entra en la lista de EE.UU. para enfrentar a México

Alejandro Zendejas fue incluido en la convocatoria de Estados Unidos para la Liga de Naciones, donde el USMNT enfrenatará a México en las semifinales del torneo.

El jugador del América, quien tiene doble nacionalidad, desechó la posibilidad de jugar por El Tri a comienzos de este año y el próximo 15 de junio estará disponible para enfrentarlo por primera vez a nivel adulto.

3 players we’re excited to see and 3 who got snubbed from latest USMNT roster

The 24-man squad for the United States men’s national team’s upcoming Concacaf Nations League Finals was revealed on Thursday and pleased most American fans. The list comprises four players from MLS, two from Liga MX, 16 from Europe and one from South America.

Here’s new interim manager B.J. Callaghan’s first USMNT roster.

USMNT Concacaf Nations League roster

Brek Shea and Geoff Cameron speak about playing at TST, retirement and their new project

Brek Shea and Geoff Cameron announced the end of their professional careers at the beginning of May, but soccer is still part of their lives and will continue to be. In fact, both will be playing for Blade & Grass FC, one of the 32 teams at TST, the fascinating 7v7 soccer tournament that kicks off the summer.