USMNT interim head coach Anthony Hudson has called in a 24-man roster for the upcoming CONCACAF Nations League matches against Grenada and El Salvador, in the first gathering of the first-choice regulars since last year’s World Cup.
With 20 MLS teams having taken the field in a midweek round of games, we’ll continue diving into the performances of the domestic-based players who are pushing to be a part of Gregg Berhalter’s World Cup squad in Qatar.
The 2022 World Cup in Qatar is sneaking up on us like a unstoppable cement roller, so we’ll take our weekly look at the MLS-based candidates for spots on the plane performed over the weekend.
With the World Cup in Qatar kicking off in just a few month months, we’ll take our weekly look at how MLS-based players with a chance to make the squad are performing.
In the long build-up to the World Cup kicking off in less than seven months, we momentarily step outside of our typical scope to track how MLS-based players with a chance to make the squad are performing.
The United States Men’s National Team is in position to potentially punch their ticket to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar on Sunday when they host Panama in Orlando’s Exploria Stadium.
After what turned out to be a disastrous run-out against Canada over the weekend, regardless of Gregg Berhalter’s assurances that the USA dominated our northern neighbors, starting American center-back Miles Robinson reflected on the game.
Gregg Berhalter’s 19-man squad for the upcoming training camp in Phoenix was announced, where they will convene for two weeks starting on January 7 as a prelude to the upcoming international window for World Cup qualifying.
US Soccer announced today that James Sands, a current starter for NYCFC in MLS, who has seven national team caps to his name, as been added to the roster ahead of Tuesday’s World Cup qualifier in Jamaica.