March to the Match: How does USMNT play without Jozy Altidore? Calen Carr has a simple plan
Wednesday, June 18
Rumble In The Jungle
U-S-A-! U-S-A! The USMNT is off to a flying start, but how do you replace Jozy Altidore? Former Chicago and Houston striker Calen Carr knows a thing about how to succeed without a target man – he stops by to break down the Americans' next tough game in sweltering Manaus against a desperate Portugal side. Out in New York, the Armchair Analyst and Greg Lalas have a simple plan on how to slow down and counter Cristiano Ronaldo.
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Meet the MttM team
|Matt Doyle is an editor at MLSsoccer.com and pens the popular Armchair Analyst column. He enjoys a good glass of scotch, the Pixies blasted at 11, intelligent Twitter conversations with lunatic supporters groups and long walks on the beach. He takes accusations of "curmudgeon" as high praise.||Matt Tomaszewicz, a.k.a. "The Shin Guardian," works in tech and has an unhealthy obssession with the Beautiful Game. He's currently teaching his 3-year-old daughter how to beat the offside trap. When he's not seeking out venture capital, he's on the hunt for San Francisco's perfect cup of coffee.|
|Jonah Freedman is the host of March to the Match and is the managing editor of MLSsoccer.com. He also writes The Throw-In column every Thursday and stresses every day over the merits of AP Style vs. Chicago Style. He is a devout Earthquakes fan. Or is it LA Galaxy fan? The world may never know.||MttM producer Dan Haiek works as a video editor for MLSsoccer.com. When he's not filming and editing interviews and behind-the-scenes looks at MLS, he is the unofficial president of the Worldwide Venezuelan-Icelandic José Mourinho Impersonators Society (trademark pending).|