The U.S. thrashed Scotland using its new high-tempo, pressing style of play. But will that also work against Brazil? Jeff Carlisle takes a closer look.
Results have been low on Jurgen Klinsmann's priority list so far; yet with an 0-2-1 record under its new coach, the U.S. is keen to get a first win against Honduras, writes Jeff Carlisle.
Newly appointed coach Jurgen Klinsmann has begun making changes to the U.S. national team setup ahead of his first match against rival Mexico, writes Jeff Carlisle.
U.S. head coach Pia Sundhage has abandoned the team's traditional run-and-gun approach for a more possession-style game. But is it too risky?
With the Gold Cup about to start, the New York Red Bulls -- among other MLS teams -- will have to scramble to cover for their players on international duty, writes Jeff Carlisle.
While the U.S. struggled to implement its possession game in a pre-World Cup friendly against Japan, Abby Wambach showed she still has what it takes, netting a goal and an assist in a 2-0 victory.
Real Salt Lake is poised to do what no MLS side has done in over a decade -- win a CONCACAF club title. But Mexico's Monterrey stands in their way, writes Jeff Carlisle.
Jeff Carlisle reflects on the MLS First Kick match between the Seattle Sounders and L.A. Galaxy.
Columbus manager Robert Warzycha knows his team is the underdog against Real Salt Lake in the CONCACAF Champions League, writes Jeff Carlisle.
Scarcely 24 hours after being fired as manager of Toronto FC, Preki insists he has no regrets about the job he did in Toronto, and that he doesn't intend to alter his highly demanding style of coaching.
L.A. Galaxy teammates Landon Donovan and Edson Buddle left for U.S. training camp on a sour note after a 0-0 tie with Toronto.
Eric Wynalda says Saprissa Stadium in San Jose, Costa Rica, is "the most hostile place I've ever played in." Jeff Carlisle tells us why in his preview of the second L.A. Galaxy-Saprissa match.