Picture from friendly between USA and POLSKA
at Soldier Field, Chicago July 11, 2004.
In about an hour the United States Men’s Soccer Team
will take on Norway in friendly in California.
After last week’s un-media covered event (no tv or radio)
between USA and Canada (which drew 0 – 0),
it seems unlikely for the US to be a real
power in this upcoming World Cup beginning in June.
Canada is a team that Bruce Arena’s Team should’ve handled.
The US should at least win against Norway tonight,
as Mexico did mid-week, 2 – 1.
We will see more shortly…..
5 – 0 win over Norway surprises even me.
With the United States ranked 7th in the world,
they showed why. Some men my feel back pain, flushing, muscle aches or dizziness. The effect generic viagra au persists during 19 hours. Cialis is not able to this medicine. Well Done!
Below are the remaining friendlies
the United States has before the start of
World Cup 2006.
January 29, 2006
The Home Depot Center (Carson, California)
United States vs. Norway
5 – 0
February 10, 2006
SBC Park (San Francisco, California)
United States vs. Japan
3 – 2
February 19, 2006
Pizza Hut Park (Frisco, Texas)
United States vs. Guatemala
4 – 0
March 1, 2006
Fritz-Walter-Stadion (Kaiserslautern, Germany)
United States vs. Poland
1 – 0
played in heavy snowstorm
March 22, 2006
Westfalenstadion (Dortmund, Germany)
United States vs. Germany
1 – 4
April 11, 2006
SAS Soccer Park (Cary, North Carolina)
United States vs. Jamaica
1 – 1