2019 Schedule

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2019 Schedule
Lima catching up after USMNT camp - Via Earthquakes (0:51)
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2dJeff 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.

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2dAssociated Press

USSF paid Klinsmann $3.35m settlement in 2018

Jurgen Klinsmann received $3.35m as the second part of his contract settlement with the U.S. Soccer Federation, according to the USSF's tax filing.

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3dAssociated Press

Pulisic sits out Dortmund draw with thigh injury

Christian Pulisic sat out Monday's game and is doubtful for another after the Borussia Dortmund midfielder tore a thigh muscle against Spurs.

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7dJeff Carlisle

MLS Hot Stove: Will Nagbe end up in Columbus?

Darlington Nagbe's reported desire to get back to Ohio could be a problem for MLS Cup winners Atlanta. Plus: the Timbers' striker search continues.


Ban children from heading footballs - Mason

Mason, 27, retired from football in February last year after he fractured his skull while playing for Hull City against Chelsea in January 2017.

Sancho: I look up to Pulisic (0:58)
Pulisic: Dortmund should have won in normal time (1:02)
EXCLUSIVE - Giuseppe Rossi's advice to U.S. players abroad (0:46)
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16dJeff Carlisle

#SaveTheCrew worked. Now what for Columbus?

After the rip-roaring success of #SaveTheCrew and a new ownership group keeping the team in Columbus comes the hard work of moving forward.

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17dJeff Carlisle

Lessons from Berhalter's first month with USMNT

Gregg Berhalter's first month with his U.S. players came to an end with friendly wins over Panama and Costa Rica. What have we learned from camp?

Scoring in San Jose 'meant everything' to USMNT's Lletget (0:34)
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19dJason Davis

Arriola a menace in 7/10 showing in U.S. win

Paul Arriola was consistently the USA's most dangerous player in its 2-0 win over Costa Rica and was rewarded with an 88th-minute goal.

Twellman: No. 9 is USMNT's weakest position (3:01)
United States 2-0 Costa Rica: Lletget paces USMNT (2:34)