USA-Mexico postgame: Anthony Hudson

"It's important. It allows us to go into the summer with a much better understanding of what we’re going to face and also a better idea of the players."

— U.S. interim coach Anthony Hudson on the value of Wednesday's friendly — a 1-1 tie with Mexico in front of 55,730 fans in Arizona — in which he started 10 MLS players. The USA plays Mexico in the 2023 Concacaf Nations League semifinals June 15 in Las Vegas before hosting the Gold Cup (June 24-July 16).

5 comments about "USA-Mexico postgame: Anthony Hudson".
  1. Santiago 1314, April 20, 2023 at 1:46 p.m.

    I don't have a Payment with these "Throw Together" games...
    We should get one with Argentina Liga and Brazilian Liga also
    Anytime we can get an Opening...  In the MLS schedule 
    I'd have to look at the FIFA Windows

  2. Santiago 1314 replied, April 20, 2023 at 7:41 p.m.

    Oops. Problem, not Payment... Darn Auto fill
    Especially if they MAKE Money.$$$

  3. humble 1 replied, April 21, 2023 at 2:55 p.m.

    not sure that any national team has the ability to draw, like Mexico.  Mexico actually does friendlies in the U.S. - and - fills the stadiums!  Brazil and Argentina - maybe in the future - in the stadium being built in Miami.  The challenge here is that the mens US team cannot draw fans.  Just being real - so many living in the soccer bubble forget that when you minus Mexico from the US soccer picture - there is little.  Minus Mexico and latinos - and there is even less.  Americans are so milked by the pay to play youth soccer mafia - they have little left for professional and national teams games.  Have a nice day. 

  4. Bob Ashpole replied, April 22, 2023 at 1:38 a.m.

    It is amazing the contrast between the USWNT and the MNT. There is, or at least was, a real cutural difference in the programs. Which is why I was really upset to see USSF place the WNT program under the supervision of the managers of the MNT. 

    Back to back championships and USSF thought that they had to change how the WNT program was managed. Someday I hope to learn why USSF made a sudden change in direction and placed the WNT under Earnie Stewart. I suspect that it is not a pretty story.

  5. humble 1 replied, April 22, 2023 at 10:22 a.m.

    USSF is still working it's way out from the non-soccer people that ran it, with advice from other non-soccer people, for so long, with, almost zero accoutability.  A lot is yet to unravel.  The soccer people have figured out how the system works and are working their way up the food chain.  Stewart for me, in time, will get the recognition he warrants, but not for anything done on the womens side, though I will say, his tenure is 100% correlated with the unraveling of a lot of dirty laundry, weather he had a hand in that, I have no clue, but, it has his fingerprints, as he is that sort of person, that has no issue with leaving after doing the heavy lifting and letting others take the credit, a la, Philadelphia, which bloomed after his departure, which was delayed so he could 'finish the job', if you recall.  100% agree, that the women's side, should be run by people from the women's side.  C'mon ladies! 

Next story loading loading..

Discover Our Publications