SA Interviews 2022: Voices from the soccer world

Last week's interviews include Carlos Cordeiro, who's aiming for a comeback after quitting in the middle of his first term of his USSF presidency, a young American in Venice, and a longtime contributor to New Jersey soccer culture.

Tanner Tessmann
In Venice: Serie A lessons, commuting by boat, and fighting against relegation

Charlie Inverso
A lifetime in New Jersey soccer shows its wide reach

Carlos Cordeiro
'I am very confident that I can build a broad coalition' to win

Cindy Parlow Cone
'Soccer people running soccer just makes much more sense'

Lynn Berling-Manuel
Completes an American soccer trifecta

Paul Holocher
On the Houston Dynamo supporting grassroots play and how his childhood soccer led to college and pro ball

Dean Linke
Path to dream job began with serving U.S. national teams during their historic rise

Maurice Edu
On embracing broadcasting to stay in the game, his playing career highlights, and his soccer-loving family

Derek Rae
On his childhood broadcast career launch, video-game fame, and the USA 1994 World Cup legacy

John Motta
On building a pyramid at top of amateur game, launching Women's Open Cup and taking position on U.S. Soccer presidential race

Greg Barkey
On Video Review's complexities, the evolution of American reffing, and his childhood in Argentina

Joe Cummings
On helping American soccer grow at every level

Ashlee Fontes-Comber
United Soccer Coaches' new president took unique path to the 'family business'

Skip Gilbert
On U.S. Youth Soccer serving the myriad sectors of the American game

Ben Bender
Path to MLS's No. 1 pick: From backyard ball with brothers and Cristiano Ronaldo on TV to college ball at Maryland

Brianna Pinto
On mentoring young players and representing U.S. Soccer athletes

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Soccer America's 2021 Interview Archive

Soccer America's 2020 Interview Archive

Soccer America's 2019 Interview Archive

Soccer America's 2018 Interview Archive

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