Website Announcement

Beginning today with my visit to the US National Team training camp here in Miami until the end of the Confederations Cup my focus of this website will be almost entirely on the US National Team. With a minimum of five matches over the next three and a half weeks, all of the critical nature, my coverage of emphasis on MLS, WPS and USL will be put on hold.

This next month, I aim to provide for this website the best (almost)daily coverage of the US National Team and its most important matches since being eliminated from World Cup 2006 three long years ago. When the national team plays in matches of this nature I will admit it is difficult for this writer to give the consideration needed to cover the club game as thoughtfully as I would like.

Please continue to come to MLS Talk for the best daily analysis of Major League Soccer and the other professional leagues in the United States over the next month. Peter C, Daniel Feuerstein, Mitch Howard, Brian Zygo and the rest of of our writing team.

Thanks for your continued readership and support. June 2009 will be a big month at MLS Talk.


9 thoughts on “Website Announcement”

  1. It’s the start of the American Soccer season for the next three months. This summer may turn out to be more fun then 2010 when the WC dominates everything and everybody. Lets enjoy the qualifications, Gold Cup, and Confederations Cup( no matter how made up it is). When we can find the time there is MLS and WPS and USl, and The Open Cup, and almost forgot Superliga!

    Lets take pride in what we have. After yesterday we know that England doesn’t dominate the soccer world (maybe Spain does) and lets stake our claim to the US game played on warm summer nights being a great one for the world to enjoy.

  2. Are the Confederations Cup games being televised anywhere? I can’t seem to find any indication that they’ll be on TV. What am I missing?

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