sunil gulati

USMNT

What is US Soccer Even Doing?

Despite big talk of restructuring after an embarrassing summer where USMNT failed to qualify for the World Cup, It's business as usual for US Soccer.
Liam Daniel Pierce
11.21.18
World Cup

The 2026 World Cup Joint Bid: U.S. Hosts Normal World Cup While Mexico, Canada Get Scraps

Nice of the United States to invite Canada and Mexico, I guess.
Aaron Gordon
4.10.17
sunil gulati

US Soccer Makes Policy That Mandates Players "Stand Respectfully" During National Anthem

U.S. Soccer is making a break from other sporting authorities that have largely let players make the decision themselves.
Liam Daniel Pierce
3.6.17
Highlights

A History of Sunil Gulati’s Bland Critiques of Jurgen Klinsmann

Klinsmann won't get fired. In fact, has Klinsmann's job ever truly been under threat?
Brian Blickenstaff
11.18.16
Costa Rica

Now Is The Time To Fire Jurgen Klinsmann

It's time for Klinsmann to go, not just because the team is bad, but because there's time to make things right.
Aaron Gordon
11.16.16
USWNT

U.S. Soccer Goes All 'Murica on Megan Rapinoe Taking a Knee

It's a terrifying window into what freedoms we do represent, when players are slapped on the wrist for exercising them.
Liam Daniel Pierce
9.16.16
USMNT

Jurgen Klinsmann Had Nothing to Lose by Keeping Silent About England

Sam Allardyce may have the job, but it may as well have resealed Jurgen Klinsmann's USMNT contract.
Leander Schaerlaeckens
7.25.16
Copa América Centenario

Does Copa America Centenario Set the Stage for Future Tournaments?

The tournament went well, but will there be another? And does that success put the U.S. an edge in the chase to host another World Cup?
Aaron Gordon
6.27.16
Costa Rica

The Unlikely Rivalry Between Costa Rica and the U.S. Began With a Snow Game

The U.S. and Costa Rica meet in Group A play on Tuesday night. It will be the renewal of an unlikely, emerging rivalry.
Kevin Trahan
6.7.16
blatter the devil you know?

Who Could be the New FIFA President?

There was widespread jubilation at the news Sepp will step down as FIFA President, but unless his replacement can bring about change it will be little more than a symbolic gesture.
Jim Weeks
6.3.15