It took a miraculous confluence of events for the U.S. Men's National Team to fail to qualify for the 2018 World Cup. But it was not a fluke.
With the announcement last month that the tournament would expand to an extremely large 48 teams, it seems the countries wanted to show they could handle the bandwidth.
It's reaffirming to hear—both from a representative of the US and a representative of the US national team—that it doesn't always have to be us vs. them.
A dramatic restructuring of the U.S. youth soccer system may occur as a result of a lawsuit that was filed in federal court on Friday.
Jurgen Klinsmann is still in charge, and the Americans don't feel much further along.
Every game is not just a win, loss, or draw, but another data point on a trend line attempting to extrapolate Klinsmann’s grand plan.
A team misshapen in a coach's own image will be under pressure to produce at home.
It truly is America's league.