Browsing Tag '361 Hall of Fame'

The 11-year-old Tab Ramos was not impressed when his parents moved him from Uruguay to northern New Jersey, but he went on to be one of the most important players in US Soccer history. Click below to hear our profile of Tab Ramos’ soccer career. See who else is in the 361 Hall of Fame, […]

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Bob Bradley is one of the most successful USA head coaches of all time, achieving two things no US coach had ever done before: reaching the final of a FIFA tournament and finishing first in a World Cup group. Listen below to hear the untold story of Bob Bradley, from his college days as both […]

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In our fifth visit to the ThreeSixOne Hall of Fame we discuss the mind-bogglingly impressive career of USWNT legend Mia Hamm, whose international record of 158 goals in 275 appearances is the greatest of all time, man or woman. We talk you through Hamm’s college years, her Olympic and World Cup exploits, and her surprisingly […]

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For our fourth visit to the TheeSixOne Hall of Fame, we profile the career of Brian McBride, probably the greatest centre forward the USA has ever produced, and certainly the toughest. We discuss McBride’s international career with the USA, including those landmark goals against Portugal and Mexico at the 2002 World Cup and the iconic […]

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Henry Kissinger is a soccer fan. But not just any old soccer fan. The former US Secretary of State is the only person in American history to actively use his political power to advance the cause of soccer in America. So whatever else he did while in office [cough, Cambodia] he’s more than deserving of […]

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On November 19, 1989, Paul Caligiuri scored for the United States against Trinidad & Tobago in Port of Spain. The goal was enough to send the USA to the 1990 World Cup, the team’s first appearance in the big show since 1950. As part of our 361 Hall of Fame series, we profile the career […]

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The Total Soccer Show’s profile of former US men’s national team defender Eddie Pope. Part of the 361 Hall of Fame series profiling important figures in US Soccer history. Subscribe to the Total Soccer Show: >> via iTunes >> via RSS Feed Three World Cups. Three MLS Championships. Five Gold Cups. 82 appearances for the […]

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Play/Download MP3 The United States opened their 2011 Gold Cup with a 2-0 victory over northern neighbors Canada, with goals from Jozy Altidore and Clint Dempsey ensuring that the Americans took all three points from the match. We broke down the importance of Tim Howard for the USA, discussed our ideal centerback pairing, debated who […]

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