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Alejandro Bedoya is willing to be the United States' utility man

The ESPN FC panel discuss the United States men's national team's recent struggles following their promising World Cup performance.

ZURICH, Switzerland -- Alejandro Bedoya has gotten used to being something a utility man for French first-division side Nantes, where he's in the midst of a breakout season. But during his five-year career with the national team, the 27-year-old South Florida native has been deployed -- both by current coach Jurgen Klinmsann and former boss Bob Bradley -- almost exclusively on the right wing.

That changed last week, when Bedoya lined up in the heart of the U.S. midfield in the Americans' 3-2 loss...

 By Michael Cox

Roberto Firmino, not Neymar, gives Brazil a friendly win vs. Chile

Roberto Firmino's goal was enough to give Brazil their eighth straight victory.

LONDON -- Three thoughts on Brazil's 1-0 friendly win vs. Chile.

1. Firmino wins it for Brazil

Brazil's victory was sealed by substitute Roberto Firmino, who collected a 73rd-minute through ball from right-back Danilo, before rounding Claudio Bravo and finishing coolly, to earn Dunga's side their eighth victory in eight games since their World Cup nightmare ended.

Firmino is a recent addition to the Brazil squad, one of the players ushering in a new era, and he was one of the standout performers...

 By Tom Marshall

Miguel Herrera has plenty to ponder after Mexico's win over Ecuador

Mexico were victorious over Ecuador in their international friendly, as Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez's first half goal proved the difference.

LOS ANGELES -- Six out of ten. That's what Mexico's performance and 1-0 win over Ecuador would get as a grade.

There were positive elements, the primary one being that El Tri secured victory in its first match of 2015, but there were also areas for concern.

Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez was a bright spot. The on-loan Real Madrid striker took his goal with aplomb in the 14th minute, showing absolutely no sign of rustiness from sitting on the bench for the La Liga giant. But it wasn't just his goal....

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Referee spells out Alex's name with vanishing spray

Some referees are clearly more artsy than others, and that was certainly the case in Alexsandro de Souza's testimonial match on Saturday.

Former Brazil captain Alex, now 37, pulled together some famous names from his career for the game at Palmeiras -- who he played for in three separate spells.

But the ref stole the limelight by spelling out his name in vanishing spray before he took a free kick.

Former Chelsea defender Mario Melchiot certainly enjoyed it.

U.S. national team doctor recalls life-saving heroics in Denmark

The ESPN FC panel discuss the United States men's national team's recent struggles following their promising World Cup performance.
George Chiampas, middle, has served as a physician with the U.S. since 2007.

ZURICH -- Despite losing 3-2 in Denmark last Wednesday, the U.S. national team's recent trip to Aarhus was a special one for longtime team doctor George Chiampas.

It was Chiampas' first visit back to the picturesque city of 325,000 since the U.S. squad played there nearly six years ago, a 3-1 loss to the Danes in late 2009.

Following that defeat, the players and staff had their heads down as they returned to their hotel rooms that night, and as they trickled downstairs for their usual postgame meal...

Kane has earned his England call-up but the U21s will need him at Euros

England manager Roy Hodgson has attempted to dampen the hype surrounding Harry Kane, after handing the Tottenham striker his first England call-up.

A nation's hopes and dreams sit upon his young shoulders, but you would not know it to look at him. He stands proud, his training bib rippling in the wind, his mouth hanging slightly ajar. Once he simply belonged to Tottenham Hotspur. Now a nation calls him one of their own. And, for once, the hype was justified. It took Harry Kane a matter of seconds to open his account for England on Friday night in a 4-0 win over Lithuania. But regardless of that goal, his move to the senior side should only...