It is time to throw away the American inferiority complex with its place in the sport, where many blindly claim that technique should come above all in choosing and developing the best prospects and that the U.S. is not an international power because it cares too much about athleticism.
Following last year's list of nine underground teams to watch, I bring the list back with eight new teams you need to follow. From entertaining amateur players to professional coaches revolutionizing the sport from behind the scenes, here are eight underground soccer teams to watch this season.
The Premier League is here and with that comes an uncountable number of variables and uncertainty from which teams will stay up to which teams will secure a Champions League spot. Here is a prediction of the premier league table from 20th to 1st.
The 2023 Women's World Cup will be a monumental moment in women's football, as for the first time, the tournament format will expand to 32 teams. Here are some ballers to lookout for in Australia/New Zealand this summer.
The U20 World Cup is here, and with it are some of the best youth prospects in soccer. Here are twelve players on the cusp of greatness.
With the decision by Folarin Balogun to opt for the U.S. Men's National team, the program's ceiling increases significantly. There is now a legitimate chance for a deep World Cup run because, for the first time, the U.S. might have a world-class player on their hands.
As a current youth soccer coach and someone who has competed in every level of the game, from recreational to college to professional competition, I am here to write an open letter begging youth soccer parents to take a giant step back and not ruin the sport for their children.
This one hurts to write because I love analytics and think it has a massive role in all sports, but I have to admit it has ruined soccer a little bit. The creative and chance-taking aspect of the game has disappeared. In the last few years alone, we've seen the slow elimination of the "10" and the long-range shot. The...
The Premier League is the most popular and challenging league the soccer/football world has to offer. The teams have the most lucrative contracts in the industry, causing the standard to compete in this league to get more extreme. As mentioned in my article about Leicester City's struggle against relegation, the mean Premier League clubs spent on...
No matter what happens with the rest of this season, I hope the Mikel Arteta-Arsenal relationship brings back an era of patience in soccer. In a modern game that has become a microcosm of society's decreasing attention span, owners and fans no longer have the patience to see a manager succeed.