The USMNT has mountain to climb both on and off the park following its opening game loss to Colombia in the Copa America Centenario.
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As MLS celebrates its 20th anniversary, Sean Maslin looks at some of the goals that U.S. Soccer should work towards in the future.
Sean Maslin discusses the impact that the international break has on MLS who, unlike other leagues, don’t break for it.
Although flaws in the United States’ soccer structure are pointed out by many, there seems to be a lack of solutions available, writes Sean Maslin.
Sean Maslin looks at the U.S. under 20 side of whom some big things are, perhaps unrealistically, expected at the World Cup in New Zealand.
A recent surge of American players to MLS will prove long term benefit for United States.
Jozy Altidore’s move back to MLS has been seen by some as a step backwards. But, as Sean Maslin writes, a career reset might be good for him.
The only thing remarkable about Adu is that people thought he was remarkable at age 13, writes Phil Pyle Jr.
The controversy over the use of artificial turf at the 2015 is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to FIFA’s misogyny, writes Phil Pyle Jr.
Jurgen Klinsmann, coach of the USMNT, is under fire over whether he is the right coach for the job.