CONCACAF World Cup Qualifiers

VIDEO: The Hex – USMNT thanks fans, finish 2013 home schedule with win over Jamaica | SIDELINE

WATCH: The Hex – USMNT finishes home WCQ campaign with perfect record
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The game meant very little as far as qualification for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, but the atmosphere in Kansas City was still beyond electric as US national team fans across the country used the fifth and final home World Cup qualifier as a raucous party and "thank you" to the players for a job well done.

14 October 11:53 de la mañana

Il reste encore deux journées de championnat (+ un match en retard) et bien malin celui capable de donner les noms du vainqueur du Supporters Shield et des dix participants à la phase finale de la Coupe MLS. Évidemment, les résultats du week-end ont encore davantage brouillé les cartes...

LA Galaxy's Landon Donovan among four starters departing USMNT camp ahead of Panama finale

USMNT send four home ahead of Panama tilt: "Guzan has earned a start"
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Brad Guzan, US national team (March 26, 2013)

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US national team manager Jurgen Klinsmann has sent four starters home ahead of the final CONCACAF World Cup qualifier against Panama on Tuesday (9:30 pm ET, beIN Sport).

Landon Donovan (LA Galaxy), Tim Howard (Everton), Jermaine Jones (Schalke 04) and Matt Besler (Sporting Kansas City), who all started Friday's 2-0 win over Jamaica, have departed camp with a U.S. Soccer Federation statement clarifying that Donovan and Jones have injury concerns.

WATCH: The bicycle kick goal by Mexico striker Raul Jimenez which will live forever in El Tri history

WATCH: Epic bicycle kick goal that puts Mexico in driver's seat for playoff
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Even if you're not a fan of El Tri, you will still get goosebumps when you watch this bicycle-kick goal by Mexican forward Raul Jimenez, which gave Mexico a 2-1 World Cup qualifying victory at home against Panama.

Armchair Analyst: A brief note about the outside of Geoff Cameron's boot

Analyst: A brief note about the outside of Cameron's boot
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Geoff Cameron - Analyst

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Let me preface this story - which I'll tell the bulk of in two gifs - with the fact that I still want Geoff Cameron to be one of the starting central defenders next summer for the USMNT in Brazil. So yes, I have an agenda.

Crónica Hexagonal | México 2-1 Panamá: Dos golazos le salvan la noche a los aztecas

Golazos de Peralta y Jiménez salvan la noche a los aztecas, canaleros se complican
El Tri cerca de Brasil
Eliminatorias 2014
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Raul Jimenez bicycle kick

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México logró un milagroso e inmerecido triunfo en el Estadio Azteca de 2-1 frente a Panamá, que en este momento le otorga medio boleto al Mundial.

Mexico 2, Panama 1 | CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying Match Recap

MEX 2, PAN 1: Jimenez bicycle kick gives El Tri vital 2-1 win
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Raul Jimenez bicycle kick

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Colorado Rapids forward Gabriel Torres scored a goal, and LA Galaxy goalkeeper Jaime Penedo stopped a penalty kick from Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez, but it wasn't enough to give Panama a share of the points in Mexico's Estadio Azteca on Friday evening.

USMNT: Changes incoming for Panama trip? Jurgen Klinsmann says new faces on the way

Changes coming for Panama trip? Klinsmann says new faces on the way
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Jozy Altidore and DaMarcus Beasley for the USMNT

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KANSAS CITY, Kan. – Change is coming to the United States roster ahead of Tuesday’s Hexagonal finale in Panama City.

Following a 2-0 victory against Jamaica on Friday night in Kansas City, US head coach Jurgen Klinsmann said he expects to announce a few squad tweaks on Saturday ahead of the team’s trip to Central America.

USMNT: For Aron Johannsson, first start shows promise - but plenty of work still to be done

For Johannsson, first start shows promise - but plenty of work still to be done
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Aron Johannsson, US national team

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KANSAS CITY, Kan. – Aron Johannsson's first start with the U.S. national team showed both his potential – and his need for more playing time to mesh with the side.

There were flashes of skill and creativity from the young AZ Alkmaar striker during his shift, but also several missed chances before he was lifted for Sacha Kljestan in the 72nd minute of a 2-0 World Cup qualifying win over Jamaica.

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