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Michael Bradley, Jozy Altidore star for United States vs. Canada

A late goal from Toronto FC striker Jozy Altidore gave the United States a 1-0 victory over Canada.

CARSON, Calif. -- Jozy Altidore's 89th-minute goal proved to be all the U.S. needed to beat northern neighbors Canada 1-0 in an international friendly.

The U.S created more than enough chances to win the game easily, but a combination of excellent goalkeeping from Canada's Maxime Crepeau and some poor finishing -- Altidore was especially wasteful -- kept the score level until late in the match. Substitute Ethan Finlay served up an inviting cross from the left wing, and Altidore nodded the delivery...

United States show few bright spots in ugly friendly win vs. Canada

A late goal from Toronto FC striker Jozy Altidore gave the United States a 1-0 victory over Canada.

CARSON, Calif. - The U.S. national team relied on late heroics for the second time in five days as Jozy Altidore's 89th-minute winner led the Americans -- who beat Iceland with a 90th-minute goal here on Sunday -- past Canada in a friendly match at StubHub Center. Here are three quick thoughts following the game.

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1. Jones still isn't a center back

After trying out Jermaine Jones in central defense in the seven months following the 2014 World Cup, U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann declared the experiment...

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Manchester City ready to enter Neymar race, Terry's Chelsea saga

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe says Manchester United's recent pursuit of big name players has left them looking a bit desperate.
The ESPN FC panel discuss the recent reports of Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho becoming the highest paid manager in the world of football, and whether or not Pep Guardiola should be ranked higher.

The winter window might have shut, but the rumour mill rolls on! As always, Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse when it comes to the latest rumours and gossip. See the latest deals here.

TOP STORY: City to Pep things up with Neymar?

Pep Guardiola's impending arrival at Manchester City continues to spark a veritable whirl of speculation about which players he might want to sign (as well as those he might be keen to move on) when he gets there.

According to the Mirror, the fanfare that heralded...

Jackson Martinez's short stint at Atletico Madrid a major flop

Diego Simeone has accepted full responsibility for Jackson Martinez's disappointing spell at the Vicente Calderon.

Atletico Madrid have enjoyed a lot of success when it comes to replacing departed strikers over recent years. The likes of (a young) Fernando Torres, Diego Forlan, Sergio Aguero, Radamel Falcao, Diego Costa and Mario Mandzukic have all come, scored goals, and moved on.

Therefore, in the summer, when Colombia international Jackson Martinez arrived from Porto for €35 million, it seemed as if the natural succession would continue. Hardworking, full of pace, power and pressing in addition to...

 By Mina Rzouki

Juventus' wealth of talent gives Allegri options vs. Frosinone

Tottenham Hostpur joins the top 10 as ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop reveals his latest power rankings.

Squad depth is of the utmost importance to teams fighting it out on multiple fronts. Juventus are considered favourites to win Serie A largely because, if they do suffer injuries as they have done recently, they have the bench players necessary to maintain good performances.

The usual argument bandied around by the critics within the peninsula is how would Napoli cope should star striker Gonzalo Higuain be forced to skip a few games due to injury. They would undoubtedly suffer, but even if he...

 By Nayib Moran

Mexico needs generational shift at goalkeeping position

Former U.S. international Brian McBride says Mexico is making a smart move by tapping into America's youth system.

MEXICO CITY -- Since the 2006 World Cup, Guillermo Ochoa and Jesus Corona have been in a toe-to-toe battle to be Mexico's starting goalkeeper, but in the last months the rivalry between the two has seen a fracture, as other goalkeepers such as Toluca's Alfredo Talavera and Club America's Moises Munoz have gotten the nod in important games for El Tri.

New Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio has openly expressed his admiration for Talavera, who he describes as a goalkeeper who best plays the aerial...