Sunil Gulati will not run for re-election. It's the right decision, one that frankly should've been made before the late November deadline for organizations to rescind their nominations for the presidency. But let's take a close look at that story, particularly this quote: Gulati, born in India, was the subject of some racist commentary on … Continue reading Shocking allegation starts post-Gulati era
The first U.S. Soccer presidential forum, hosted by GotSoccer, was a bit like a League of Women Voters political gathering, designed to cover a broad range of topics. The second forum was hosted by and for -- and to some extent, about -- US Club Soccer. There's nothing inherently wrong with that. Their votes carry … Continue reading U.S. Club Soccer forum: Caligiuri, Gans punch sacred cows — and who should drop out?
The problems in U.S. Soccer run deeper than the water that flooded Ato Boldon Stadium in Trinidad and Tobago before the U.S. men's anemic performance and shocking exit from the World Cup on Tuesday night. There's an arrogance throughout the federation. There's chaos in youth soccer, where the costs keep spiraling upward with no tangible … Continue reading RSD 14: The next U.S. Soccer president?
Reminder: I'm off Twitter for a while aside from automated stuff like this. And the next one. And the next one. So if you want to chat with me about this story, why not chat here? And this one has a bit of a back story, anyway. I've been working on this for months. One reason … Continue reading About this story: How this weekend could shape US Soccer's long-term future