ZURICH -- Germany climbed to No. 1 in the FIFA rankings Thursday after winning the World Cup, and the United States fell two places to 15th despite reaching the Round of 16.
Earthquakes forward Chris Wondolowski won't soon forget his last-minute opportunity against Belgium. Here's what he and his peers are saying about it:
Okay, let's go through the post-US World Cup checklist:
Jurgen Klinsmann had too many Germans on the roster: No, he didn't. He didn't have enough magicians.
“So what does this mean for soccer in America?” you hear yourself no longer asking, and the reason why you no longer ask it is not that the question has been decided, but that it’s been decided at