Wednesday, July 8, 2009

USA Lineup vs. Honduras

Here's how the USA will lineup for tonight, courtesy of U.S. Soccer's twitter feed.

Perkins; Cherundolo (c), Marshall, Parkhurst, Pearce; Quaranta, Pause, Beckerman, Rogers; Adu, Ching

On the bench tonight: Robles, Evans, Davies, Holden, Feilhaber, Heaps, Cooper...

Tune in at 9 p.m. ET on FSC and TeleFutura. You can also follow the game at the aforementioned twitter feed and on ussoccer.com's MatchTracker as well...

6 comments:

i like tuesday said...

Live-blogging the game mightn't be a bad idea... Honduras aren't at all bad are they?

What is Bradley's obsession with large immobile strikers? Wouldn't have known Ching was on the pitch if he hadn't wasted that great through ball a few minutes. Not like there are other great options - there's a like for like with Cooper on the bench and speed with Davies who I have no doubt will come on in the second half if it stays level.

No wonder we get players sent off in FIFA tournaments - the refereeing is exceedingly lax and a bit slapdash - lots of gesturing, not much control of the match.

i like tuesday said...

40 Min - Any doubt that Heath Pearce is sent off by a European referee there, despite the theatrics?

U.S. Soccer said...

@i like tuesday. For live coverage, either visit http://www.ussoccer.com and launch matchtracker, or follow us at http://www.twitter.com/ussoccer

Soccermgr said...

I agree with you i like tuesday. I don't know why Bradley loves those slow footed, terrible first touch forwards like Ching, Copper and Conner. BTW, if M. Bradley wasn't the coach's son, Beckerman would give him a run for his money. I love seeing a center middy that can actually make a decent pass and keeps very active.

Simon said...

Those of you such as i like tuesday & soccermgr should go out and try to learn how to play football, aka soccer before you made soccer-naive comments like immobile strikers & slow-footed, terrible first touch forwards, etc. Gentlemen, Brian Ching is as good a ball possession, holding forward as America can get, ever since Brian McBride retired from international duties. I'd like to see the 2 of you play soccer and find out how fast-footed you are :)

Soccermgr said...

Simon, that's pretty naive of you to suggest that we should try to do what a professional athelete could do. Why don't you bat against CC Sabathia and see if you can get a hit. Just face it, Ching stinks.