Training the Best Soccer Players Who Are Up Against Mexico
One of the most awaited soccer games would certainly be the game on Wednesday, where the United States would be playing against Mexico. Bob Bradley, the coach of the Men's National Team of the United States, has already made the announcement as to which players would be playing on that particular game. In a recent press release made by Bradley, it was said that the team is excited regarding the game and this opportunity is indeed something to look forward to. It would definitely turn out to be a game that everyone should watch our since the Mexican team plays well. The team of the United States is aware about how successful the Mexican team is. Aside from this, it was also made mention that every game played is considered to be very important since this would help the team with regard to qualifying. The team would make certain that it would do its best.
The players that would be part of the team would consist of 17 players that became part of the Confederations Cup this summer and you would surely be glad to know that nine of the players were part of the victory against Mexico which happened in February. Defenders would include Jonathan Bornstein, Jonathan Spector, Chad Marshall, Carlos Bocangera, Steve Cherundolo, Jay DeMerit, and Oguchi Onyewu. For the goalkeepers, players would include Tim Howard, and Brad Guzan. Some of the forward players would include Conor Casey, Brian Ching Landon Donovan, and Charlie Davies. Midfielders would include Ricardo Clark, Clint Dempsey, Benny Feilhaber, Michael Bradley, Jose Francisco Torres, and Stuart Holden. With all of these powerful players, this game would surely be the game that would definitely not miss, and may even keep you at the edge of your seats, whether you are just watching on TV, or you are actually within the area.