Watson Continues to Follow Deliberate Approach With Tommy Thompson

The San Jose Earthquakes certainly aren’t rushing Tommy Thompson. The Quakes have been devoid of creative influences through the season, and yet the talented 18-year-old has remained on the periphery of the squad. Thompson has racked up a grand total of one minute of MLS action and also played half of the Copa EuroAmericana game against La Liga giants Atletico more »

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No Wondo, No Problem; San Jose Earthquakes Roll 3-0 Over Houston Dynamo

The San Jose Earthquakes were without top goal scorer Chris Wondolowski on Sunday night, but that didn’t stop the squad from routing the Houston Dynamo 3-0 at Buck Shaw Stadium in Santa Clara. “A tremendous team performance all around,” said goalie Jon Busch.’That’s what we’ve been looking for this season, and I thought it was tremendous.” San Jose opened up the more »

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Short-Handed San Jose Earthquakes Fall 1-0 in Seattle Despite Jon Busch’s Best Efforts

On Saturday night in Seattle, Jon Busch had no choice but to tip his figurative cap. The San Jose Earthquakes lost 1-0 to the first-place Seattle Sounders FC at CenturyLink Field, courtesy of a remarkable chip from Obafemi Martins in the eighth minute. Seattle grabs an early 1-0 edge over the #Quakes74 thanks to this chip from Obafemi Martins; http://t.co/yNVoSZTnHr — more »

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San Jose Earthquakes: Chris Wondolowski and Clarence Goodson Make Preliminary World Cup Roster

Chris Wondolowski and Clarence Goodson have taken a big step toward Brazil. The San Jose Earthqaukes’ striker and central defender have both been included in the preliminary 30-man roster for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Training camp for the United States team is set to get underway at Stanford University on Wednesday, May 14. Head coach Jurgen Klinsmann discussed the more »

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