Latest CONCACAF Gold Cup Features

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Captain says El Salvador under 'fixing' specter

ESPN Staff | July, 24 2013

Based on comments El Salvador captain Victor Turcios made to ESPN Deportes on Sunday alleging match-fixing in his country, the El Salvador Football Federation (FESFUT, by its Spanish acronym) said it will request a meeting with Turcios. "Our team is ...

Jimenez puts Mexico in Gold Cup semis

Associated Press | July, 20 2013

ATLANTA -- Mexico coach Jose Manuel De La Torre knows there's only so much he can do to please his critics. More from ESPNFC Saturday's performance wasn't one that convinced many that El Tri ca...

Klinsmann: Holden 'work in progress' Video

ESPN Staff | July, 20 2013

For Stuart Holden, playing a full match has become anything but routine, and United States coach Jurgen Klinsmann says the midfielder is still not at full strength as he attempts to recover from a severe knee injury and make the U.S. squad for t...

U.S. adds Gonzalez, Besler, drops Onyewu Video

Associated Press | July, 17 2013

MIAMI -- United States coach Jurgen Klinsmann has adjusted his roster for the CONCACAF Gold Cup quarterfinals. Defenders Omar Gonzalez and Matt Besler and forwards Alan Gordon and Eddie Johnson have been added to the team. Oguchi Onyewu, Her...

Shea's goal lifts U.S. over Costa Rica Video

Associated Press | July, 16 2013

    EAST HARTFORD, Conn. -- Brek Shea didn't expect to get off the bench Tuesday night. When he did, he grabbed the role of hero for the United States. Shea, who struggled in an earlier Gold Cup appearance, scored his first inter...

Polarizing Beckerman in big role for U.S.

Jeff Carlisle | July, 13 2013

Though unpopular to many, Kyle Beckerman's proving to have a key role for the U.S. national team in midfield.

Team USA face up to their soul brother

Will Tidey | June, 17 2011

Despite a pallid showing so far, USA expect to meet Mexico in the Gold Cup final, says Will Tidey.

Chicken riddle could derail Mexico

Will Tidey | June, 11 2011

The failure of five drugs tests could damage Mexico far beyond the Gold Cup, says Will Tidey.

McIntyre: Mexico restores psyche with confidence-building win

Doug McIntyre | July, 27 2009

Mexico's resounding triumph in the Gold Cup final restored confidence to an El Tri squad that was badly in need of some, writes Doug McIntyre.

Galarcep: Gold Cup final recap

Ives Galarcep, Special to ESPN Soccernet | July, 26 2009

The U.S. team's second-half meltdown in its 5-0 loss to Mexico was largely a reflection of the lineup's inexperience and lack of composure, writes Ives Galarcep.

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