By David Mercer Now lost in the run-up to the World Cup, the United States’ 1-1 draw with France back in June was a bit of a throwback, and might have been familiar to longstanding American soccer fans. It was to me. The very young U.S. team—no Bradleys, Altidores, Dempseys, or Beslers —didn’t possess the …
By Travis Timmons I was alone on my couch. It was deep into 10 p.m. The kids were asleep. My wife was reading in bed. Student essays needed grading. The dishwasher was churning away. My back ached from the usual night of household chores. I barely felt awake. Maybe I’ll read a bit, then …
Blaming a nation's improving domestic league for failures at the international level is fundamentally flawed.
US international Timmy Chandler had his season come to an abrupt and unfortunate end just as he seemed to be putting it all together.
Over the past month, as the American soccer public came to grips with the failure of the US men’s national team to qualify for the 2018 World Cup, the upcoming election for the presidency of US soccer has emerged as the first mile marker on the road to recovery. Howler reached out to every candidate …
How young athletes can help the US take the next step.
Sometimes heartbreak is easier to process when you understand how it happened...maybe.
Missing a World Cup is just one more failure in an ever-growing list of failures for the US Soccer Federation.
Pulisic reveals the source of his powers for the US national team.
The commentator's monologue was entertaining, but does it serve as anything more than that?