All About Results: USMNT World Cup History

(We’ll be back with the EPL Jumble shortly.)

Our good friend Jay Bell is back with more dazzling video. This is Part III of “Requiem for a Cycle” and it looks back at, oh, Clint Mathis launching bombs and a number of other good results for the States in World Cup history.

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15 responses to this post.

  1. How is the Benny Feilhaber goal not in this video?

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    • Posted by matthewsf on 2010/05/04 at 12:53 PM

      Oh c’mon that is a great video! :>

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    • Posted by Brad on 2010/05/04 at 1:05 PM

      I wondered the same. Besides that, great video though. I loved the footage of 1950.

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    • Posted by Jay on 2010/05/04 at 1:40 PM

      Its a 7 (possibly 8) part series. I’m trying not to show anything twice. That way if anyone watches the final project in contiguous form (as intended), it won’t be repetitive.

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      • my bad didn’t know that. I thought it was a great video though

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        • Posted by Jay on 2010/05/04 at 4:35 PM

          Its cool dude. Thanks.

          This was part 3, so if you want to keep track of what has been shown so far, check out the first 2 parts. Plus, TSG should be putting up the rest of the series so be on the lookout. We’ll have 4 or 5 parts in just the next month.

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          • Posted by matthewsf on 2010/05/04 at 4:38 PM

            Yup — meant to do it in our “Wednesday Night at the TSG movies.”

            I’ll do it for tomorrow. Thanks for the reminder.

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        • Nice I just watched the first 2 parts. All three parts were excellent, but my favorite (so far) was part 2.

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        • Posted by Jay on 2010/05/04 at 8:18 PM

          Thanks Evan.

          A lot of times, those are people’s least favorite videos because they’re not fans of the music. For me, that’s why I try to use music from all different genres, because everybody likes something different.

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  2. Posted by GeorgeCross on 2010/05/04 at 1:25 PM

    Great video. Awesome commentary. I wonder when Donovan made that comment.

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  3. Posted by Jay on 2010/05/04 at 1:40 PM

    Its a 7 (possibly 8 ) part series. I’m trying not to show anything twice. That way if anyone watches the final project in contiguous form (as intended), it won’t be repetitive.

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  4. Posted by bajafresh on 2010/05/04 at 7:09 PM

    this reminded me of the nickname series you guys had, which led me to this article:

    http://www.ussoccer.com/News/Mens-National-Team/2002/01/Where-It-All-Began-The-Story-Of-The-1930-U-S-World-Cup-Squad-The-Shot-Putters.aspx

    via this article: http://www.worldcupblog.org/world-cup-team-histories/usa-world-cup-history-part-i-1930-1950.html

    we used to be called the shot-putters? i dunno, i kinda like it.

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  5. Posted by Chris on 2010/05/05 at 11:37 AM

    That was awesome!!

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