1994 US World Cup team head coach Bora Milutinovic called Mike Sorber the team's MVP. PSP talks to Sorber, who says his path to the US national team began with a bit of luck, about playing in the 1994 World Cup,
With a nod to the past and present, U.S. Soccer released its All-Time USMNT Best XI to round up the Centennial year celebrations.
Six players on the list have earned more than 100 caps in their USMNT careers, including leading vote-receiver Landon Donovan (52 votes), Marcelo Balboa, Carlos Bocanegra, Clint Dempsey, Eric Wynalda, and Claudio Reyna.
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By "The Other 87 Minutes" / Senior Unemployed English Major Correspondents
Tomorrow the USMNT faces Russia, where calling soccer a "commie pinko sport" is a compliment. Here are ten possible scenarios for how this game could play out.
1. The â€œI Can Change, You Can Change, Everybody Can Changeâ€ Scenario Despite suffering a severe emotional blow when noted Russian giant Andrey Arshavin murders Claudio Reyna shortly before the match kicks off, the U.
Soccer-lite. That sums up the US men's national team performance against Jamaica yesterday. As
if the players had been sinking Bud Light while the Jamaicans were hitting the hooch. The US
performance was thin and weak. And it is time for coach Jurgen Klinsmann to flush it away before it
is too late.
Four months after making their first hire, New York City FC has officially announced the second hiring in club history.
Former Rutgers University Athletics Director Tim Pernetti has been confirmed as the club's Chief Business Officer, and he'll be overseeing all business operations for the team, which is set to begin in the Spring of 2015.
Claudio Reyna has been making waves ever since he was selected as Youth Technical Director for US Soccer. The release of the Youth Soccer Coaching Curriculum showed how serious US Soccer was taking the reform of player development. Then US Youth Soccer revamped their coaching guides and released them in PDF form this week.
The National Soccer Hall of Fame contains a number of famous names and memorabilia (over 80,000 to be exact), but since February 2010, has had no home to call its own.
While inductions continue -the USSF announced this year the inductions of Tony Meola, Claudio Reyna, Tony DiCicco, and Desmond Armstrong â€“ a physical location where fans can share in their successes and stories ceases to exist.
The deal looked all but done just days ago, but sources with knowledge of the New York Red Bulls coaching search tell SBI that Claudio Reyna has turned down the opportunity to be the team's lead assistant coach.
Reyna was pegged as the frontrunner earlier this month to be the assistant for Paulo Sousa, who has been tipped to take over as Red Bulls head coach, but Reyna has apparently made the final decision to pass on the job offer.
The New York Red Bulls are the final team in MLS with a coaching vacancy to fill this off-season, but sources tell SBI they have settled on the top two men in their staff and it is two coaches recently linked to the club.
The Red Bulls will name Paulo Sousa head coach as early as this week, sources confirmed to SBI on Monday.
Former Manchester City midfielder and U.S. national team captain Claudio Reyna lost his
13-year-old son Jack to cancer last week after a two-year battle. The news of Jack's passing
brought in a wave of support from Claudio's former teams and his many fans, but in the New York Red
Bulls' haste to issue a press release about their plans to honor Jack Reyna, they got his father's
This past year was an eventful year, if nothing else. Even though it's been a slog on the field, it would be difficult for anybody to argue against that. Luckily, we're venturing into a bold new 2013 with an exciting young head coach and some excellent new players to boot. And with the off season not even done yet, there's bound to be an even bigger story just around the corner.
New York City FC's brass addressed a recent report on Monday. They also refused to discuss another.
NYCFC officials spoke to media members via a conference call on Monday afternoon to discuss Spanish striker David Villa becoming the club's first player, but they were also faced with questions regarding two topics that grabbed headlines in recent days.
While all eyes have been on Tottenham's Gareth Bale this summer, another attacking option for Andre Villas-Boas looks set to leave White Hart Lane.
American international Clint Dempsey joined Tottenham last year from Fulham after what seemed to be a forced transfer of sorts. Dempsey had grown too large for Fulham, or so it seemed, and desired a new challenge in his career.
Manchester City have officially announced that winger Jesus Navas is their latest new signing.
It's been approximately twelve days since Sevilla and City agreed a deal for Navas, but the finishing touches to the paperwork were delayed due to Navas being on tour in the United States with the Spanish national team for two friendlies prior to the Confederations Cup later this week.
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The US Soccer Federation released the following statement on behalf of Claudio Reyna and his
family. "It is with a heavy heart that we confirm that Jack Reyna lost his battle with cancer
today. Jack was so courageous during his two-year fight that he's become a hero and inspiration to
many. Surrounded by his entire family, Jack passed peacefully at the age of 13.