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How the U.S. kept its Copa hopes alive

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Former Costa Rica and Real Salt Lake star Alvaro Saborio retires

Alvaro Saborio is Real Salt Lake's all-time leading goal scorer.

Former Costa Rica and MLS striker Alvaro Saborio has announced his retirement following a reported dispute with Saprissa fans. 

Saborio, who earned over 100 caps with Costa Rica, recently joined Saprissa after deciding to leave D.C United in December.

According to CRHoy.com, Saborio came into conflict with fans in a recent loss and afterward  he decided to retire "more than anything to protect my family."

"I don't want to expose them to these things and I no longer want to play,"...

Defensive lapses doom U.S. in Costa Rica as Klinsmann's future left in doubt

Taylor Twellman reacts to the USMNT's performance against Costa Rica in WCQ, and if it's time to drop Klinsmann.

SAN JOSE, Costa Rica -- The United States responded to last week's loss to Mexico by imploding against Costa Rica in Friday's World Cup qualifier at Estadio Nacional, getting dismantled 4-0 by the Ticos on goals by Johan Venegas, Christian Bolanos and Joel Campbell's second-half brace. Here are three quick thoughts on the match.

1. Costa Rica thumps U.S. at home yet again

After Friday's defeat to El Tri in Columbus, Ohio -- Mexico's first win in qualifying in the U.S. in more than four decades...

Joel Campbell scores twice as Costa Rica thrashes U.S.

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Taylor Twellman reacts to the USMNT's performance against Costa Rica in WCQ, and if it's time to drop Klinsmann.

SAN JOSE, Costa Rica -- The United States put itself in a deep hole in World Cup qualifying with one of its worst performances in decades.

Taking advantage of defensive mistakes, Costa Rica routed the U.S. 4-0 Tuesday night to drop the Americans to 0-2 for the first time in the final qualifying round for the CONCACAF region.

Johan Venegas scored in the 43rd minute, Cristian Bolanos doubled the lead in the 69th and second-half substitute Joel Campbell beat goalkeeper Brad Guzan in the 74th and 77th...

Smarting United States must start well against Costa Rica

SAN JOSE, Costa Rica -- When the United States last played in Costa Rica just over three years ago, the match was over almost before it began.

Michael Bradley, the Americans' beating heart in central midfield then and now, turned his ankle in the warm-up and had to be helped off the soggy Estadio Nacional field. Goals by Johnny Acosta and Celso Borges left the reeling Americans down 2-0 less than 10 minutes in. And when the final whistle blew a little less than two hours later, the visitors had...