Brent Latham explains that Carlos Vela's decision not to join El Tri for the February 6th World Cup qualifier, further strains his already frayed relationship with the national team.
Tom Marshall and Eric Gomez break down the full Mexican national team roster, outlining a depth chart that includes the top four players at every position.
Tom Marshall speaks with rising Mexican midfielder Jorge "Chaton" Enriquez about the national team's World Cup potential and his future with both Mexico and club team Chivas. Could Enriquez soon play in Europe?
Eric Gomez and Tom Marshall debate whether Mexico can win the World Cup in 2014.
Injuries have derailed Stuart Holden's national team career, but he's made every effort to develop a relationship with Jurgen Klinsmann so he can hit the ground running when he returns.
Jorge Arangure Jr. looks ahead to Mexico's Wednesday friendly against Colombia and points out four things to watch for, such as who starts in central defense and at goalkeeper.
Doug McIntyre and Luke Cyphers analyze U.S. men's national team coach Jurgen Klinsmann's roster choices, as Terrence Boyd is added prior to next week's match against Italy.
Oguchi Onyewu's latest knee injury is certainly not good news for the U.S. national team, but it's no reason to panic.
Luke Cyphers provides excerpts from his interview with U.S. men's national team coach Jurgen Klinsmann that didn't make it into ESPN The Magazine.
Brent Latham looks at a number of Mexican youngsters who are ready for a transfer to a European club, and explains which leagues and clubs would be good fits for each.
Brent Latham takes a look at Caleb Porter and Tab Ramos, two big names selected to be U.S. soccer's U-20, U-23 coaches. But will they have enough time?
Brent Latham grades some of the busiest young American players in the MLS for their season's work in 2011.
In the fourth installment of Insider's 2014 World Cup lineup projection, we see a new role for Landon Donovan and a new face on the back line.
For Jurgen Klinsmann, soccer is all about the numbers.
Jurgen Klinsmann has welcomed Timmy Chandler and Fabian Johnson to compete with U.S. Soccer.
Jurgen Klinsmann has decided to go small with the United States' back line.