Trinidad and Tobago Features
Up next for Bob Bradley's men is a home date against the Soca Warriors (Wednesday, 8 p.m. ET, ESPN2), writes Jeff Carlisle.
The game against Trinidad and Tobago proved the U.S. is still dependent on playmaker Landon Donovan for much of its offfense, says Andrea Canales.
Based on its showing against Costa Rica, Canada poses a real threat to both Mexico and the U.S. in the Gold Cup, writes Ives Galarcep.
Facing the more athletic and faster Trinidad & Tobago team should see Bob Bradley make several changes to the U.S. lineup, says Andrea Canales.
In the absence of high-profile guest nations in this year's CONCACAF Gold Cup tourney, expect regional powers Mexico and the U.S. to collide in the final, writes Ives Galarcep.
After the group stage in the Gold Cup, the U.S. national team is unblemished and confident, writes Ives Galarcep.
England cannot kid themselves that Wayne Rooney's return will solve everything, says Richard Jolly.
Leo Beenhakker tells Kevin Palmer Trinidad and Tobago aren't just here to party.
Wily old Dutchman Leo Beenhakker and his Soca Warriors will bring a carnival atmosphere to Germany but Alex Chick holds out little hope of success.