SBI Tuesday Rewind: New-look USMNT draws again; Klinsmann talks merging youth; and more

SBI Tuesday Rewind: New-look USMNT draws again; Klinsmann talks merging youth; and more

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SBI Tuesday Rewind: New-look USMNT draws again; Klinsmann talks merging youth; and more

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For the U.S. Men’s National Team, it was another lead squandered as the Yanks settled for draw again Tuesday against Honduras. Jermaine Jones made a new appearance as a center back while Mix Diskerud again shined in the midfield, earning SBI Man of the Match honors again as a starter.

SBI’s Franco Panizo was on the scene in Boca Raton, Florida to hear coach Jurgen Klinsmann’s thoughts beforehand on merging his veterans with the young players he has been looking at. Newcomer Miguel Ibarra who earned a surprise call-up from second-division NASL said he was feeling more comfortable with the national team experience and pace.

And in Major League Soccer action, it appears the San Jose Earthquakes will have a new coach — and the Houston Dynamo will be losing one. Dominic Kinnear, current Dynamo coach, is set to join the Quakes next season, according to reports.

Here is a recap of all the stories featured on SBI Tuesday:

U.S. MEN’S NATIONAL TEAM
Youngsters to be fused into USMNT lineup as Klinsmann experiments further

Honduras scores late to force USMNT to settle for another draw

SBI USMNT Man of the Match: Mix Diskerud

USA vs. Honduras: SBI Live Commentary

LegenD: The rise of an American soccer phenom

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER
Report: Kinnear to accept job as Earthquakes head coach

D.C. United lose Silva 4-6 weeks to hamstring injury

Timbers, Sounders announce USL Pro franchises

The SBI Show: Episode 171 (Previewing USA-Honduras, recapping MLS Week 32, and more)

YOUTH SOCCER
Midweek College Soccer Preview: Washington vs. UCLA, Syracuse vs. UConn Headline This Week’s Action

Brazil Under-23 3, U.S. Under-23 0: Match Highlights

EUROPEAN SOCCER
Tuesday Kickoff: Neymar scores four in Brazilian rout; Suarez denies racist past; and more

Soccer Tuesday: Your Running Commentary

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