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Donovan: U.S. no longer 'kings' of CONCACAF

Landon Donovan has said the United States is no longer the "kings" of CONCACAF and must win the Gold Cup to reclaim its crown from Mexico.

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15dTom Marshall

Lainez to miss Gold Cup, Chicharito a doubt

Mexico's Diego Lainez is set to miss the Gold Cup this summer to play at the under-20s World Cup, while Javier Hernandez could also miss out.

How Berhalter will adapt his style in CONCACAF (1:48)
Berhalter: USMNT objective is to win the Gold Cup (2:27)
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58dJeff Carlisle

U.S. wants CONCACAF-CONMEBOL tournament

The United States Soccer Federation has sent letters proposing a new international men's tournament between CONMEBOL and CONCACAF for 2020.

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65dJeff Carlisle

CONCACAF backs Gold Cup to 2023, beyond

Speaking to the Athletes Council at the USSF's Annual General Meeting, president Cordeiro appeared to indicate the Gold Cup's future is uncertain.

Vermes: Berhalter's style needs to filter down to U.S. youth teams (2:41)
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198dESPN

Costa Rica hires ex-America, Leon boss Matosas

Costa Rica has hired former Club America and Leon coach Gustavo Matosas as the squad's new manager, the country's federation announced on Tuesday.

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200dStephan Uersfeld

Brooks: U.S. has 'bright future,' wants Gold Cup

Wolfsburg defender John Brooks believes the U.S. have a "bright future" with "good guys, young guys, hungry guys" coming through.

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423dESPN staff

CONCACAF expands Gold Cup to 16 teams

The CONCACAF Gold Cup will expand from 12 to 16 teams starting in 2019, while also planning to play games outside of the United States.

Caribbean Corner: A chat with Andre Blake (12:41)