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... in which the soccer fans of DawgSports watch tonight's game, then lambast Bob Bradley in unison.

Well, in spite of the first (and third) impression they made on the rest of the world, the U.S. Men's National Soccer Team managed to defeat upset-minded Jamaica 2-0, and have made it to the semifinals of the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup. 

Tonight, our boys in red, white, and blue take the field in a rematch against Panama, who upset them in the first match played between the teams during the group stage.  During the first match, the Panamanians built an early 2-0 lead and dug in deep for the rest of the match (pun intended), holding that score line until the end of the game.

The game begins at 7:00 PM (sharp, this time), and the pre-game coverage on starts at 6:30 PM (Eastern, of course).  Fox Soccer Channel is once again broadcasting the game (channel 619 for DirecTV). 

If our boys emerge victorious, it's on to the finals for a likely beat-down match against arch-rival Mexico.  If we once again get tossed into the canal ditch, however, then we can also commiserate about how terrible Bob Bradley is and how much his constantly-changing starting lineups suck! 

Either way, it's a winner!

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Go USA!

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