If reports out of Natal are to be believed, the United States Men’s National Team could have upwards of 22,000 fans packed into the Arena das Dunas for today’s clash with Group G rival Ghana. Here in St Louis, we’ll be looking to #14, Brad Davis, hoping to see a St Louis boy impact the game on the world stage for the second day in a row, following Vedad Ibišević’s efforts for BiH Sunday.
More importantly, the United States Looks to Beat Ghana, a Familiar Rival.
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16:30 – Ghana vs. United States – ESPN
To get the blood pumping, check out the story on the American Outlaws who debut new anthem written by ‘Rancid’ drummer (YouTube link in story) along with this story on the origins of the Outlaws. And there is this Shine On.
Where will you be watching the game today? Tweet pictures to @SoccerSTL and I’ll share the best of the Watch Parties here in the River City.
KSDK did a nice interview with Davis’ parents Sunday night, video can be seen below. Discussion of Brad’s left foot came up but while Davis is quite good with his left foot on set pieces for both club and country, there is much more to the game of the 32-year-old than you may think.