• 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.
  • Grant Wahl on what makes soccer special, his new book, and social media's pros and cons
    Longtime Sports Illustrated soccer reporter Grant Wahl's new book features stars including Christian Pulisic, Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez and Manuel Neuer.
  • The American CEO of an African club: Mark Noonan on Ghana's unique love for soccer and his hope for Hearts
    Mark Noonan, former U.S. Soccer and MLS executive, is now CEO of Ghana's Accra Hearts of Oak.
  • 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.
  • World Coach of the Year Sarina Wiegman on the rise of Dutch women's soccer and the benefits of kids playing coed
    Sarina Wiegman was voted Best FIFA Women's Coach of 2017 after guiding the Netherlands women to their first major title, the 2017 European Championship.
  • Leaving the Development Academy: FC Stars director Jason Dewhurst explains why
    We asked Jason Dewhurst, the FC Stars' Director of Coaching, why his club is leaving the DA.
  • 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.
  • Dr. George Chiampas on U.S. Soccer taking the lead in player safety
    Chief Medical Officer of U.S. Soccer George Chiampas has overseen the launch of U.S. Soccer's Recognize to Recover health and safety program.
  • Julie Foudy on the new U.S. Soccer, inspiration from Billie Jean King, and getting girls to raise their hands
    Julie Foudy, at age 20, started in midfield as the USA won the inaugural Women's World Cup in 1991.
  • 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.
  • John Guppy on the evolution of U.S. soccer culture, its unique fan dynamic, and the Gen Z influence
    John Guppy has been involved in marketing soccer in the USA since the early 1990s.
  • 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.
  • Juan Carlos Osorio on working in Colombia, Mexico and the USA, his goals for the future and how the Chicago Bulls changed him
    Of the 32 World Cup 2018 head coaches, one launched his coaching career in the USA -- Mexico boss Juan Carlos Osorio.
  • Christopher Cuellar explains the rise of Mexican women's soccer
    Christopher Cuellar's latest success came in January when Mexico beat the USA to win its first Concacaf women's U-20 title.
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