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  1. MLS: SuperLiga Adding To the SUM

    In my last post I prompted a discussion that centers around SUM and its relationship to MLS. If you are unaware of Soccer United Marketing(SUM), it was created at a time when the league was in danger of folding. Just … Continue reading

  2. Previous Best US Major Tournaments

    John O’Brien’s goal started the 2002 World Cup run Sunday will make the first tournament final ever in a non CONCACAF event for the United States. However, the US has made deep runs in major tournaments before. Let’s take a … Continue reading

  3. Still In Dreamland, USA Shocks Spain

    Has everyone stopped pinching themselves yet? Does everyone feel that they are still dreaming? Did it really happen? Did this team that we have been screaming at for playing terrible, playing with no emotion or any sense of urgency to … Continue reading

  4. Do We Ask Too Much Of Our International Sides?

    Yesterday, I asked the question of implementing live video review in football. Today’s question is: are our expectations too high for international football? I enjoyed your responses to yesterday’s article. Please weigh in with your feelings on international football in … Continue reading

  5. Gold Cup Squad with Commentary

    Like Mexico, the US has called a clear “B” team for the North American Championship tournament leaving the door open for someone else to possibly win the event this year. (It won’t be Trinidad and Tobago though because they failed … Continue reading

  6. Steven Wells: RIP

    It’s with great sadness to report that Steven Wells, one of the most remarkable and creative writers in the football business, died yesterday of cancer. Wells, nicknamed Swells, was best known for his work in The Guardian where he wrote … Continue reading

  7. Changing attitudes

    It is fair to say that US football is not seen in a very positive light on the British side of the pond. There are years of prejudice to overcome, but the national team’s impressive display at the Confederations Cup … Continue reading