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Who Will Coach the USMNT Next? The Job Isn’t As Enticing As You Think.

With Gregg Berhalter’s future uncertain, U.S. Soccer is preparing to announce the manager it hopes will lead the country to glory in the 2026 World Cup. There’s just one problem: Many coaches don’t want the job.

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The USMNT Scandal Reflects the Incestuous Nature of American Soccer

A small clique of elites runs U.S. Soccer, passing it on from fathers to sons, from mentors to mentees. In retrospect, it was inevitable that two prominent American soccer families would get caught up in a bubbling stew of conflicted interests and backstabbing.

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A Last Dance World Cup for Soccer’s Biggest Stars

Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, and Luka Modric are among the ageless stars hoping to reach the sport’s pinnacle in Qatar

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The USMNT Passed Their World Cup Test. Now the Fun Part Begins.

Progression to the knockout stage is a remarkable achievement for a young, promising team. And they might not be finished.

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Christian Pulisic’s Moment With the USMNT Has Arrived

Pulisic played well in the United States’ World Cup opener against Wales. He might need to be even better against England.

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The USMNT Is Back in the World Cup. Is the Mission Accomplished?

It has been a long journey back to the game’s greatest event for American men’s soccer

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Countdown to Qatar: How Prepared Is the USMNT for the World Cup?

The men’s national team is finalizing its plans for its first World Cup since 2014. Not everyone is sold.

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How to Strengthen Cross-Border Ties Between U.S. and Mexican Pro Soccer

Last fall, Liga MX and MLS announced a revamped version of the Leagues Cup that includes a month-long competition involving all 47 teams in the two leagues. It’s a step forward in the collaboration across North American soccer.

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A New Wave of American Buyers Has Set Its Sights on European Soccer

For wealthy investors priced out of the North American professional sports market, the Old Continent represents a ripe opportunity—or so they think

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Gregg Berhalter’s Plan for American Men’s Soccer Is Working

Berhalter laid out his vision for the U.S. men’s national team when he took the head-coaching job two and a half years ago. The signs of progress are clear, with consecutive wins over Mexico in tournament finals in the past two months. But the hardest test begins next month when World Cup qualifying begins.