• Herculez Gomez: 'I knew I couldn't play forever'
    The former U.S, international gives his views on MLS vs. Liga MX, how Mexico will fare at the World Cup, and the path that took him from player to TV pundit.
  • Brad Friedel sees better days ahead for Revs and U.S. national team
    Few U.S. players accomplished as much overseas as new National Soccer Hall of Fame selection Brad Friedel.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Sebastian Lletget on moving forward from his foot injury, the Galaxy finding its way and welcoming Zlatan
    After missing nearly a year to recover from a serious foot injury, Sebastian Lletget has returned to action for the Galaxy.
  • Chattanooga FC's Tim Kelly: 'The future of soccer in this country is in cities like Chattanooga'
    The Chattanooga FC chairman talks about overhauling the lower divisions, chasing an elusive NPSL championship and putting on the gloves.
  • Minnesota United CEO Chris Wright on emergence of MLS in the Twin Cities, the NWSL and WNBA, and his indoor days in Pittsburgh
    Wright, who broke into pro sports as the Pittsburgh Spirit's GM, is back in soccer after many years with the Timberwolves and Lynx.
  • Yael Averbuch on forming the NWSL Players Association, learning to love a new position and dealing with a rough offseason
    In her 10th pro season, former Tar Heel Yael Averbuch serves as president of the NWSL Players Association.
  • Todd Dunivant on building successful organizations, winning an NASL title and moving to Sac Republic
    The Deltas' victory marked the seventh time in 14 years a pro team employing Dunivant had reached the final.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Bill Manning on building a winning tradition in Toronto, what he learned about player development at RSL and the way forward for U.S. Soccer
    Since arriving in October 2015, the Toronto FC president has helped form one of MLS's elite teams.
« Previous Entries