Thursday, March 24, 2005

US-Mexico: Thursday Press

Today's coverage kicks off with a Glenn Davis piece from the Houston Chronicle. Davis notes that Drew Carey has become the US team's answer to the Lakers' Jack Nicholson.

Dana Harman of the Christian Science Monitor and USA Today writes about the match's effect on the Mexican psyche.

A short AP piece on Fox covers the Mexican tactics for the match.

Steven Goff of the Washington Post reported that M/F Clint Mathis and D Joe Cannon have been dropped from Bruce Arena's training camp.

The terrific site of the US National Soccer Players Association has a run-down of the history between the two CONCACAF powers.

In an interesting travelogue, Paul Oberjuerge of the San Bernadino Sun shares his views of Mexico as he and a colleague drive to Mexico City for the game.


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