Germany Meets the Moment and Keeps its World Cup Hopes Alive
A good look at world soccer. The World Cup. The best soccer in the world. The 2010 world’s favorite sport. Football is, and always has been, the defining sport of each generation, the one game that best tells the world as a nation or region about itself and its people. Some say it’s the only great sports game in the world.
The 2010 FIFA U-17 World Cup was the first time the U-17 Division of the U.S. Soccer Federation and the U-17 World Cup have co-existed since a dispute over which competition to broadcast in the U.S. a decade ago. While many fans want to forget or move on from the drama of the previous dispute, it is not so easy.
The 2010 FIFA U-17 World Cup has been the highlight of American soccer for decades and has never failed to bring people together around the country. A U.S. team that most would consider a lock to win the gold medal ended up being knocked out before the round of 16. An upset in the semifinals was almost as dramatic as the U.S. team was knocked out of Brazil in dramatic fashion. While the U.S. team has not yet been beaten at the highest level of the sport (except for one time when the German team beat the U.S.), the excitement and the excitement of the fans have never been lower.
The passion of football has never been stronger in the country and in the region. In this article, I will be breaking down the United States’ performance in the 2010 FIFA U-17 World Cup and look at possible scenarios for the future.
While the U.S. U-17 team is still looking for its first win over an international soccer team, it was one of the most impressive in the history of the U-17 World Cup. Led by the best youth player in the world, Clint Dempsey, the team shocked the world with a win over Mexico. The U.S. team was able to win two games that most people thought were going to be impossible.
The U.S. team showed that it is far from a team that just wants to be in the world cup. While they were not successful in their opening games, they showed