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    Arashi reports for work at 4:30 a.m. in a correctional facility. When his day job ends, he focuses on the Midas club back in Lagos.
  • Herculez Gomez: Behind the scenes of a U.S. player's World Cup experience
    Now a TV broadcaster, the center forward made the 2010 World Cup team after starring in Liga MX.
  • Barca Residency Academy's Miha Kline on the kind of players it attracts and their recent moves to USL Championship teams
    Not having territorial restrictions has proved to be an advantage for the Arizona program, which has players from 27 different states.
  • Jeff Bradley on a career in sports journalism and soccer media relations, and his athletic family
    Bradley grew up in New Jersey, where his favorite sport was "whatever was in season."
  • Gregg Berhalter's squad: The crucial core, selection surprises, and likely lineups
    Two big areas of note emerged from the U.S. World Cup roster unveiled by Coach Gregg Berhalter.
  • World Cup Book Review, Part 2: Searching for the real Qatar
    Will the World Cup bequeath Qatar a soccer legacy, a benefit cited by advocates of staging the tournament in the Middle East country?
  • Mike Windischmann: 1990 World Cup captain reflects on U.S. soccer's challenges and progress
    Windischmann holds the record for most consecutive U.S. national team appearances with the 36 games he played in 1988-90.
  • MLS Cup's unexpected hero: LAFC's John McCarthy stifles his hometown team
    The wildest, most insane, most fantastic, most incredibly mind-blowing MLS championship game in 27 years came down to three big moments.
  • 'By God's grace,' Ryan Hollingshead was able to do what he most wanted to do and he's loving it
    Hollingshead isn't supposed to be here, providing LAFC a unique weapon on the right flank as it chases its first MLS Cup.
  • Andre Blake takes Philadelphia Union to new heights with lightning reflexes and adept footwork
    MLS's top goalkeeper keeps close ties to the Jamaican community he left to pursue his dreams in the USA.
  • Gregg Berhalter talks with SA: The lessons from his national team playing career
    Gregg Berhalter was 19 years old when he took part in a world championship for the first time - the 1993 U-20 World Cup.
  • Scuffed's Adam Belz on the soccer podcast business, the USMNT impact, and Qatar expectations
    Two years ago, Adam Belz left his newspaper reporting job to go full-time with soccer podcast he founded in 2018.
  • The past and the future of the VAR application
    Recently, there are some harsh criticisms of the VAR system. Is the VAR system really harmful and not useful to the game?
  • World Cup Book Review, Part 1: Dictatorship, USA 94, and the greatest upsets
    Among World Cup-season book publishing: a look at how USA 1994 "changed the game" and the Dictatorship's World Cup of 1978.
  • Taylor Rockwell on the Total Soccer Show's evolution and covering the USMNT roller coaster
    The Total Soccer Show podcast was started by Taylor Rockwell with Daryl Grove, who passed away two years ago this week
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