Sunil Gulati's self-imposed November deadline for naming a new U.S. coach means that figuring out who is on the wish list is a guessing game, says Frank Dell'Apa.
Until the financial investment in soccer comes closer to equaling that of Europe, North American teams will never be able to regularly compete with the traditional powers, says Frank Dell'Apa.
In order to raise the bar against non-CONCACAF opponents, the U.S. team is ready for a big-time, high-profile national team coach, says Frank Dell'Apa.
The fact that there isn't one U.S. referee represented at this summer's World Cup should be sounding off an alarm within the U.S. Soccer Federation, says Frank Dell'Apa.
Once touted as the future of U.S. soccer, Jovan Kirovski is an afterthought for the national team these days, says Frank Dell'Apa.
Recent results by the German national team have been poor, making it difficult to know what to expect when the Germans face the U.S., writes Frank Dell'Apa.
The dearth of U.S. candidates for the FIFA Young Player award begs the question as to whether or not college soccer is hindering the development of U.S. talent, writes Frank Dell'Apa.
With qualification over, Bruce Arena's next focus is the composition of his World Cup roster, writes Frank Dell'Apa.
The U.S. leaned on DaMarcus Beasley and Kasey Keller in the win over Mexico, writes Frank Dell'Apa.