Former Spain international Marcos Senna is set to join the New York Cosmos of the NASL
These days, the idea of U.S. players taking the plunge into Europe isn't unusual, but for pioneers like Peter Vermes and Steve Trittschuh, it was a totally different experience, writes Jeff Carlisle.
U.S. vs. Costa Rica play-by-play
U.S. vs. Trinidad & Tobago play-by-play
U.S. vs. El Salvador play-by-play
After two years of planning, Tonya Antonucci is closer than ever to making the revival of the WUSA a reality, writes Jeff Carlisle.
With the announcement that six investors have signed on, the relaunch of the WUSA looks certain, writes Jeff Carlisle.
With its failure to land Juergen Klinsmann as national team coach, there's no doubt U.S. Soccer badly botched the hiring process, writes Jeff Carlisle.
Clint Dempsey was the deserving winner of the Honda Award, although truth be told, he didn't have much competition this year, writes Jeff Carlisle.
With a coming-of-age performance in the U.S. Open Cup triumph over the Los Angeles Galaxy, it was the Fire's crop of seasoned youngsters who deserved most of the accolades, writes Jeff Carlisle.
The U.S. Open Cup final between the Chicago Fire and the Los Angeles Galaxy is the kind of matchup that cup organizers dream of, writes Jeff Carlisle.
Hiring a new coach is not necessarily the only solution for the U.S. national team because the problems lie much deeper than that, writes Jeff Carlisle.
Although much of the United States' starting lineup looks set, lingering questions remain concerning the right midfielder's position, writes Jeff Carlisle.
The inclusion of Brian Ching and Jimmy Conrad on the U.S. World Cup roster ranked as only a mild surprise, writes Jeff Carlisle.
The U.S. national team was surprisingly uninspired against Jamaica in what amounted to a make-or-break match for some players, writes Jeff Carlisle.
The Los Angeles Galaxy blew a perfect opportunity to stun CONCACAF Champions Cup titleholders Deportivo Saprissa, writes Jeff Carlisle.