Brek Shea is struggling to get back on the USMNT track he once appeared destined for, but after an injury-plagued season back in MLS, more moments like this one for Orlando City can only help his cause. A sparkling little give-and-go with Kaká in the Lions’ 4-1 win over Portland might be the prettiest goal of this…
Ooooh, there's that boy Brek Shea! Maybe he did learn something on those cold, rainy Wednesday nights with Stoke's U21 team, after all!
The US Men's National Team have been dominating Panama throughout the Gold Cup final match, and in the second half, it felt like US Soccer were going to break through. In the 69th minute, substitute winger Brek Shea tapped in a cross that beat the keeper over the goal line, just 42 seconds after coming on.
Why yes, Shea is from Texas, how did you guess?
What Jürgen Klinsmann's doing by giving fresh, young faces like Brek Shea a shot to contribute to the U.S. Men's National Team might be exactly what the American soccer needed to evolve beyond second-tier international relegation.