• Todd Beane: The USA has an opportunity to astound the world with a new brand of soccer
    In the latest in our series on a U.S. style of play, we spoke with Todd Beane, who worked with Johan Cruyff for 14 years
  • Andres Cantor on the U.S. national teams of the past, the next coach and countries U.S. should (or shouldn't) emulate
    Play-by-play man Andres Cantor has broadcast more than 6,000 games from myriad leagues and national team competitions.
  • Ian Barker on a U.S. style of play, producing No. 10s, and coaching schools in the USA
    "We may look to the successes within MLS where blend and balance occurs that is hard to see sometimes on the U.S. men's national team."
  • Hugo Perez on style of play: 'The USA has the players to play possession-oriented, offensive soccer'
    The Hall of Fame player and former U.S. U-14 and U-15 coach says he knows the soccer he wants and doesn't want to pursue.
  • Landon Donovan on a U.S. style of play, what worked in the past, and who should coach the USA
    Landon Donovan, the USA's all-time leading scoring (57 goals, 58 assists), during his 2000-2014 national team career twice helped the USA reach the second round of the World Cup.
  • Paul Riley on ECNL vs. DA, the need for No. 10s, and the North Carolina Courage's stellar season
    Coach Paul Riley's North Carolina Courage is in the midst of what's looking like one of the most successful seasons ever for an American women's pro team.