MIKE WOITALLA
Executive Editor, Soccer America
  • Tab Ramos: 'We've come a long way'
    [INTERVIEW] Tab Ramos, one of the USA's greatest players, played in three ...
  • How adults can 'teach' kids by playing along
    One of the best ways for adults to coach children is to ...
  • Jonathan Bornstein: 'My style suits Mexican soccer well'
    [INTERVIEW] Attack-minded U.S. 2010 World Cup defender Jonathan Bornstein was born and ...
  • History doesn't favor Bob Bradley
    [MY VIEW] Should Coach Bob Bradley stay or go? As U.S. Soccer ...
  • Well said ... Or not so well said
    [BEST OF THE WORLD CUP] Death threats down-played, profane insults, gentle jibes, ...
  • Future looks bright for young Germans
    [GERMANY] Before Saturday's third-place game, Germany announced there would be no celebration ...
  • Spain Player Ratings
    [REPORT CARD] Soccer America's Mike Woitalla grades the Spanish players in Spain's ...
  • Xavi: So good you can hear it
    [PORTRAIT] Xavi, Spain's 30-year-old midfield maestro, has played with just one club, ...
  • Spain sheds saga of futility
    [SPAIN-NETHERLANDS] The story had repeated itself so many times. Spain goes to ...
  • Spain headed to final for first time
    [SPAIN-GERMANY] The Spaniards controlled the game and outshot Germany over 90 minutes, ...
  • Bastian Schweinsteiger: Germany's heart and motor
    [PORTRAIT] That Bastian Schweinsteiger slalomed through three Argentines late in Germany's 4-0 ...
  • Diego Forlan keeps his promises
    [PORTRAIT] His father played for Uruguay at the 1974 World Cup and ...
  • Germans soar into semifinals
    [GERMANY-ARGENTINA] This World Cup's most exciting team reassured us that attacking soccer ...
  • Germany celebrates its own 'Messi'
    [PORTRAIT] Germany's exciting 21-year-old playmaker plays down the comparison. He's also left-footed, ...
  • Luis Suarez: Making more history for Uruguay
    [PORTRAIT] Uruguay's glory days -- the achievements that led to its 1966 ...