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  1. United States needs FIFA exception for ineligible Gedion Zelalem ...

    Arsenal prospect Gedion Zelalem is currently ineligible to play for the United States and will be for at least five more years, FIFA rules state, but U.S. Soccer could receive an exception for him to play earlier. When the German-born, Maryland-raise...

    Story | Conversation | January 27, 2015
  2. U.S. amputee player's Halloween costume raises the bar

    ESPN staff

    Some might view having one leg as a hardship. Josh Sundquist sees it as an opportunity for fantastic Halloween costumes. As a child, Sundquist's left leg was amputated as he fought bone cancer. He has gone on to become a Paralympic skier and a member...

    Blog | Conversation | October 30, 2014
  3. Is Landon Donovan or Clint Dempsey the best U.S. field player of ...

    Luke Cyphers and Doug McIntyre

    Landon Donovan and Clint Dempsey will face off for the first time in five years later this month, which raises the question: Which one is the best U.S. field player of all time?

    Blog | Conversation | January 11, 2012
  4. U.S. Soccer - Wilmer Cabrera's departure as U-17 coach raises que...

    Brent Latham

    Wilmer Cabrera's abrupt exit as U.S. Soccer's U-17 coach raises a lot of questions about the future of the program.

    Blog | Conversation | January 09, 2012
  5. The Women's World Cup Final between the U.S. and Japan, and its m...

    Jeff MacGregor

    It caught our fancy, without a doubt. And the who, what, why and how of our passion for the Women's World Cup final raises plenty of questions about winning, losing and sports.

    Story | Conversation | July 19, 2011
  6. 2010 World Cup: U.S.-Algeria - Getting caught up in hype in Preto...

    Getting caught up in the hype in Pretoria raises the adrenalin, writes Chris Jones.

    Blog | Conversation | June 23, 2010
  7. Landon Donovan's shot at redemption

    Jeff Carlisle

    For Landon Donovan, the 2006 World Cup was a bitter pill to swallow. Will he raise his game this time around?

    Story | May 25, 2010
  8. Oguchi Onyewu joins U.S. camp as coach Bob Bradley ponders lineup...

    Leander Schaerlaeckens

    Oguchi Onyewu joins U.S. squad at training camp as unheralded teammates look to impress Bob Bradley and earn a surprise starting spot, writes Leander Schaerlaeckens.

    Story | Conversation | May 20, 2010
  9. Donovan's loan raises questions aplenty

    Steve Davis

    Landon Donovan has a chance to stand steadfast in a demanding EPL environment, but it raises questions. What if he fails or gets injured? Better yet, what if he succeeds, asks Steve Davis.

    Story | Conversation | December 16, 2009
  10. Davies and Holden the two U.S. bright spots from Azteca

    Ives Galarcep, Special to ESPN Soccernet

    The positives from the U.S. loss to Mexico? Forward Charlie Davies is for real. The bad? The U.S. team still looks extremely vulnerable at the full back spot, writes Ives Galarcep.

    Story | Conversation | August 13, 2009
  11. U.S. women out for revenge against Brazil

    Lindsey Dolich

    Brazil won't have Marta or Cristiane available, but that won't diminish the U.S. women's desire for revenge when the two teams meet, writes Lindsey Dolich.

    Story | Conversation | July 11, 2008
  12. Raising the bar

    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.

    Story | Conversation | June 28, 2006
  13. No U.S. refs at Cup a sign of bigger problem

    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.

    Story | Conversation | May 10, 2006
  14. U.S. makes short work of Norway

    Jeff Carlisle

    The U.S. made short work of a weak Norway team, as Bruce Arena continued his player evaluations, writes Jeff Carlisle.

    Story | Conversation | January 30, 2006