“There’s a structure in place. I think it’s an organization that still needs to grow from a soccer side. But I think there’s an identity. I think there’s a style of play.
When it comes to the roles and responsibilities and individual developmental plans we have for players that connect to external and internal scouting, the analytics — that’s something that
has been put in place. And now that it’s in place, it makes it probably a little bit easier for the next person coming in.”
-- Earnie Stewart
, who will leave his
position as the Philadelphia Union's sporting director next week to become the U.S. men's national team's new general manager, on what the Union has accomplished since he arrived from the Netherlands
in 2015. He said it was for others to say if his tenure was a success or failure. (MLSSoccer.com