The U.S. U-17s have a strong chance to upset an Italian side that has struggled at times so far, writes Brent Latham.
The U.S. U-17s have been uninspired so far, but the clash against the UAE will show their true colors, writes Brent Latham.
The U.S. U-17s must shake off their loss against Spain and regroup for Malawi, writes Brent Latham.
Entering the group opener, the U.S. U-17s have a healthy respect for their Spanish opponents but aren't daunted, writes Brent Latham.
Which American squad will show up versus South Korea? If it's the cohesive unit from the U.S.'s last game, the path through the U-20 World Cup will likely become that much easier, writes Brent Latham.
The U.S. U-20s will try to put a disappointing opening performance behind them when they face Cameroon, writes Brent Latham.
With Germany's U-20 team forced to field a weakened squad, the matchup suddenly looks a lot more winnable for the U.S., writes Brent Latham.
Despite its status as overwhelming underdog against Spain, the U.S. team believes it can win, writes Brent Latham.
U.S. coach Bob Bradley intends to make some tactical and personnel changes for the game against Egypt, but don't expect a gung-ho attacking mind-set, writes Brent Latham.
It's a tough ask, but the U.S. team needs to secure at least a draw against Brazil to stave off elimination in the Confederations Cup, writes Brent Latham.
For fans, the memories of the U.S. team's draw against Italy in the 2006 World Cup abound. However, as the U.S. prepares to face Italy in the Confederations Cup, the players aren't reading too much into their previous encounter, writes Brent Latham.