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 Posted by ESPN Staff
Jun 1, 2014

ESPN FC: Blame lies beyond back four

FC's Craig Burley thinks there are more players to blame for USA's poor defence against Turkey than just the back four.

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 Posted by Doug McIntyre
Jun 1, 2014

Change of plans to U.S. diamond

Bob Ley, Alexi Lalas, and Kasey Keller break down the United States' 2-1 win over Turkey.

HARRISON, N.J. -- Long live the diamond midfield? Not so fast.

Following a first half in which his back line was exploited -- if not breached -- by a dangerous, opportunistic Turkish side in what ended up as a 2-1 Yanks win at Red Bull Arena, U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann made a subtle tactical adjustment at halftime that could foreshadow what we might see when the Americans begin their World Cup campaign two weeks from now in Brazil.

"Our problem in the first half was our defensive understanding...

 Posted by ESPN Staff
Jun 1, 2014

United States victorious, Germany held

Fabian Johnson and Clint Dempsey scored for the United States in a 2-1 win against Turkey, while Samuel Eto'o and Cameroon earned a 2-2 draw in Germany.

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 Posted by ESPN Staff
Jun 1, 2014

Defending still an issue

Ian Darke and Taylor Twellman give their take from United States' second friendly in the send-off series.

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 Posted by ESPN Staff
Jun 1, 2014

Johnson: I hit it perfectly to the corner

United States defender Fabian Johnson describes his first goal ever and their 2-1 win over Turkey.

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