• Peter Wilt talks about starting up another soccer team in Madison, independent landscape and his days in Chicago and Indianapolis
    The longtime soccer executive has taken on the task of launching a USL Division 3 team in Madison, the sixth team he's started.
  • LA Galaxy II's Mike Munoz on how Mexico landed Efrain Alvarez, how the Galaxy academy has evolved, and how he's learned from Bob Bradley
    Munoz, the former Cal star, is working with three of the brightest prospects ever to come through the same academy.
  • Bobby Moffat on life in American pro soccer in the 1970s, the charm of Pele, and the NASL's legacy
    Bobby Moffat took a chance on the fledgling NASL in 1970 and five years later was playing against Pele.
  • Peter Vermes asks of U.S. Soccer, 'What is the plan?'
    Former U.S. international Peter Vermes knows what he wants to accompish as Sporting Kansas City head coach and technical director. He'd like to know what U.S. Soccer has in mind for its future and that of the game in the USA.
  • Steve Gans on the Development Academy's flaws, the alienating turf wars, and what U.S. Soccer should do
    Steve Gans is in a unique position to assess the success and flaws of the U.S. Soccer Development Academy.
  • JP Dellacamera on the craft of the play-by-play announcer, how he got into soccer and the three greatest games he's called
    JP Dellacamera's work in Russia doing play-by-play for Fox will mark his ninth men's World Cup, six on TV and three times for radio.
  • Giovanni Savarese talks about his new job in Portland, attending the 1990 and 1994 World Cups, and what can be done about USMNT
    The Venezuelan native has seen it all in American soccer since coming to play at Long Island University.