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Things about U.S. pro soccer that are still true

A quick interlude in my youth soccer work to reiterate some things that, based on discussions I’m seeing, need reiterating:

1. Before MLS, the USA had two substantial pro men’s leagues. 718 more words

Pro Soccer

Kathy Carter leaves role as president of SUM

After running for U.S. Soccer president earlier this year, Kathy Carter is leaving her role with Soccer United Marketing.

MLS announced that Carter has resigned from her role as president of SUM as she has decided to “pursue her next challenge and career opportunity”. 258 more words

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No Country For Old Men

Zlatan Ibrahimovic announced himself to the MLS last weekend in his own inimitable style, coming off the bench in the second half to make his debut for LA Galaxy, and scoring twice to secure a 4-3 win in the derby against LAFC. 2,061 more words

Atlanta United

Leadership at the USSF has led to complacency and a Lack of Diversity in U.S. Soccer.

An article from SB Nation details how leadership at the United States Soccer Federation  has failed to reach children in the inner cities and has been negligent while scouting Hispanic players. 198 more words

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Pitch Points has fingers crossed for 2026

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Pulisic and putting the United States back on the right path

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Mark Pulisic has had a long and distinguished career in soccer. 1,616 more words

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Can the promotion/relegation debate be saved?

The theme music of the promotion/relegation debate should probably be Carmina Burana. The part we all know from hundreds of pop culture references (“OOOOOOO FORTUNA” — if you ever want to be creeped out, check out the scene from… 1,717 more words

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