• Joe Cummings on the success and challenges of women's pro soccer
    Joe Cummings served as the Breakers President and General Manager during its time in the WUSA -- when he was named WUSA Executive of the Year twice -- and its during its WPS launch before serving six years as CEO of United Soccer Coaches (formerly NSCAA).
  • Earnie Stewart: His vision for Philadelphia Union, what he expects from David Accam, and MLS then and now
    MLS has changed radically since Earnie Stewart, the Philadelphia Union's sporting director, played for D.C. United.
  • Lesle Gallimore: It's a wonderful time to lean on one another to help grow the game in a positive and unified way
    Lelse Gallimore, head coach of the University of Washington women's team since 1994, is the 2018 President of United Soccer Coaches.
  • Dennis te Kloese on Jonathan Gonzalez, Mexico's emphasis on technique, and the U.S. style question
    As the Director of Mexico's national teams, Dennis te Kloese oversees a scouting department that has three full-time scouts in the USA.
  • Chris Henderson on scouting abroad for the Sounders, how his job has changed and why he loves it
    The Sounders VP of soccer and sporting director also explains why they practice under a drone.
  • Anson Dorrance on soccer politics, marrying the ECNL and DA, and the women's pro game
    Anson Dorrance coached the USA to its first Women's World Cup title 1991 and the University of Carolina Tar Heels to 22 national championships. More than 60 of his Tar Heel players have played for the U.S. national team, including six on the USA 2015 World Cup-winning roster. We checked in with Dorrance in the wake of Carlos Cordeiro being elected U.S. Soccer president.
  • Bob Contiguglia on his faith in new president Carlos Cordeiro, why the other candidates fell short, and Sunil Gulati's legacy
    Bob Contiguglia, U.S. Soccer President in 1998-2006, says he's "incredibly optimistic" following Carlos Cordeiro's election.
  • Megan Rapinoe on Carlos Cordeiro, Sunil Gulati, USWNT and NWSL going forward
    U.S. midfielder Megan Rapinoe (130 caps since her full debut in 2006) is a vocal advocate for equality on and off the field.
  • Hall of Famer Dr. Joe Machnik: On New York soccer in the 1960s, his move into refereeing and break into TV
    Many know Machnik for his work as a college coach, camp operator and league executive, but he also had a distinguished playing career.
  • Hugo Salcedo: 'U.S. Soccer has to have a greater presence in the Hispanic community'
    The issue of integrating Latino soccer talent into the mainstream of American soccer has been around for a long time, but it has never gotten as much attention as in recent months.
  • Sigi Schmid: 'If you don't so self-assessments, you're never going to move forward'
    Sigi Schmid, who won his first pro title with the LA Galaxy in 2002, came back last summer and has revamped the coaching staff along with the roster.
  • To go pro or play college ball: How U.S. teen goalkeeper Brady Scott opted for the German route
    Brady Scott grew up in the Northern California city of Petaluma, whose Main Street and architecture look so traditionally American it's been used for movies such as "Peggy Sue Got Married" and "American Graffiti" -- and Ronald Reagan's "Morning in America" campaign commercial.