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Fluid, Potential Election Field Points to Chaotic U.S. Soccer Presidential Campaign

U.S. Soccer's presidential election will be contested for the first time in two decades, and after the USMNT's failure to qualify for the World Cup, there's an unusual amount of chaos in the run-up.
SI.com

Drew Brees, U.S. soccer star Carli Lloyd talk shop at Saints practice

Members of the national team visit the Saints Wednesday
nola.com

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News video: Top 8 Silver Linings In The USMNT Missing Out On World Cup 2018

Top 8 Silver Linings In The USMNT Missing Out On World Cup 2018 07:26

Breaking News: The USMNT missed out on World Cup 2018. Pat Infurna is trying to cope with it in many ways & is looking for some positive takeaways. So check out Pat’s Top 8 Silver Linings in the..
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News video: San Diego's NASL soccer team unveils name

San Diego's NASL soccer team unveils name 00:43

San Diego's NASL expansion frachise picks 1904 FC as its name, but maybe not why you think.
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News video: Changes Coming to USMNT, Not Necessarily to U.S. Soccer

Changes Coming to USMNT, Not Necessarily to U.S. Soccer 00:45

After the USMNT failed to qualify for the World Cup, Bruce Arena is out as manager, but U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati will not be resigning.
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News video: Arena resigns as U.S men's soccer team coach

Arena resigns as U.S men's soccer team coach 01:15

Bruce Arena has resigned as coach of the U.S. men's soccer team after failing to guide them to a spot in the 2018 World Cup finals. Nathan Frandino has more.
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News video: Arena resigns as U.S men's soccer team coach

Arena resigns as U.S men's soccer team coach 01:15

Bruce Arena has resigned as coach of the U.S. men's soccer team after failing to guide them to a spot in the 2018 World Cup finals. Nathan Frandino has more.
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Landon Donovan: Next stop, president of U.S. Soccer?

Might the greatest player in American men's history run for the top job after the World Cup qualifying breakdown?
USATODAY.com

Grant Wahl names Landon Donovan as potential U.S. Soccer Presidential Candidate

grant wahl names landon donovan as potential u.s. soccer presidential candidate
Grant Wahl gives an update on the U.S. Soccer Presidential race and vacant USMNT head coaching position.
FOX Sports

Landon Donovan reportedly interested in replacing Gulati as U.S. Soccer president

Nominations are due on Dec. 10
CBS Sports

Lack of Pay Keeps Kyle Martino, Others From Running for U.S. Soccer President

Kyle Martino explains why he won't run for U.S. Soccer president despite wholeheartedly believing that the time for change is now.
SI.com

U.S. Soccer Holds Surplus of Between $130-$140 Million

U.S. Soccer's surplus is actually considerably higher than the $100 million figure it was reported to be.
SI.com

Insider Notes: Landon Donovan Mulling Run for U.S. Soccer President

Landon Donovan is seriously considering running for U.S. Soccer president as a challenger to Sunil Gulati. 
SI.com

Reyna on U.S. soccer: 'We're far too arrogant, far too obnoxious'

reyna on u.s. soccer: 'we're far too arrogant, far too obnoxious'
The former USMNT captain sounded off on what he sees as serious problems with American soccer in the wake of the recent World Cup qualifying disaster
Goal.com

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