• Cobi Jones: 'France shows you that inclusiveness really helps'
    Who holds the record for most U.S. national team appearances? Cobi Jones, who donned the U.S. jersey 164 times, from 1992 to 2004.
  • Phil Murphy, Governor of New Jersey, on his love for soccer and the richness of its diversity
    New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy is also the majority owner of New Jersey's NWSL club Sky Blue FC.
  • Joe Machnik on watching every World Cup game and assessing the performances of referees such as Mark Geiger
    The additiona of video review for the World Cup has added to the responsibilities of Fox rules analyst Joe Machnik, who watches every game and has to be ready to comment on the officiating at any time.
  • Tab Ramos on 2018 World Cup tactics, quality of play, VAR, and what young players should pay attention to
    U.S. Hall of Famer Tab Ramos' World Cup experiences include assisting on Earnie Stewart's goal in the USA's historic 2-1 win over Colombia at the 1994 World Cup.
  • Sounders FC 2's John Hutchinson on promoting American teen talent and the USL bridge from academy ball to MLS
    One of biggest issues in American soccer is whether MLS clubs are providing young American players enough opportunities.
  • Omar Gonzalez on the haunting own goal, Liga MX vs. MLS, and who he'll be watching at the World Cup
    No doubt about it, 29-year-old defender Omar Gonzalez is one of the most successful players in American soccer history.
  • Roger Bennett on 'American Fiasco,' becoming enchanted with USA soccer, and the roller-coaster 1990s
    Roger Bennett, one half of the Men in Blazers duo along with Michael Davies, is host of "American Fiasco," which hit No. 1 on iTunes Podcasts Chart.
  • Dave Sarachan: 'The next month is going to be tough'
    Sarachan's current run as the caretaker of the U.S. men's national team ends on Saturday night when the USA faces France in Decines.
  • 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.
  • Carlos Queiroz on the USA's great potential, MLS creating soccer culture, and coaching youngsters
    Iran's Portuguese World Cup-bound coach Carlos Queiroz reflects on his time in the USA.
  • 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.
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