The United States Soccer Federation (USSF) is working to increase interest in soccer coaching, and while that effort is continuing to grow, it’s not as easy as it used to be.
The United Soccer League (USL) has a number of great options for those interested in the game, but many are lacking in certain areas.
The USSF is hoping to address that with a new initiative, and we spoke to some of the top coaches in the country to get their take on what they’re looking for in a new sport.1.
The New York Cosmos The Cosmos are a New York-based club that plays in the New York Premier Soccer League.
In 2016, they won the New Jersey Derby and earned the league’s third overall seed in the 2016-17 season.
The Cosmos, as they’re called, are coached by Bill Peterson, a former player and assistant coach at New York City FC and New York Red Bulls II.
Peterson, who also serves as the club’s chief operating officer, recently joined the New England Revolution’s staff, but he hasn’t been around long enough to make a big impact.
He only joined the Cosmos last year, so there’s no guarantee that his vision will continue in a coaching role.
However, there’s a good chance he could be in place for the team’s 2018 season, which would be their second straight title.
Peterson will be joining the Cosmos after a successful time in MLS, which helped fuel interest in the sport among players and fans alike.2.
New York FC The Cosmos’ first season in the MLS was a success, but they were unable to qualify for the playoffs.
They were able to reach the MLS Cup Final, however, and they won their first league title in 2017.
New England’s academy coach, Jeff Cunningham, took over as the Cosmos’ coach, and he’ll bring a unique perspective to the team.
Cunningham, who played for the Cosmos for 10 years, will be coaching the team at a young age, but is able to offer the Cosmos a model that could be replicated elsewhere.3.
FC Dallas There is no shortage of potential for players to join FC Dallas, but there are few that are willing to move on.
They have the best player pool in the league, but that doesn’t necessarily translate to success in the professional ranks.
The franchise’s success has been based on having players like Jermaine Jones, Juninho, and Fabian Castillo in its starting lineup, but the players are all at their peak when they’re not playing.
In the last three seasons, Dallas has had two coaches, which has caused some friction between the coaching staff and the players.
It’s unclear if any of those issues will have any bearing on the club moving forward, but it’s important to note that it’s possible that the team will look to move forward in another way.4.
Chicago Fire Chicago’s success in 2018 has been built upon solid veteran leadership.
The Fire have had some success, however.
The club’s youth program is well-respected, and that is reflected in the team being able to qualify in the first place.
They also have some very talented players, including Jonathan Campbell, Joevin Jones, and Jonathan Spector.
The organization is trying to expand their academy system and bring more players to the program, but even if the organization does manage to add players to their ranks, the Fire will still be able to keep its competitive edge.5.
Atlanta United The Atlanta United academy is the largest in the United States, and the academy is led by Miguel Ibarra, a longtime player and head coach at the USL’s Atlanta Silverbacks.
Atlanta’s youth academy has been successful, but Ibara’s focus is on players.
Atlanta has won the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup with two different players, and Atlanta United’s youth system has been an important factor in the success of the team and the team is hoping that Ibaras vision can be replicated in the pro game.6.
New Orleans Saints It might not be a surprising choice to be the first team in MLS to be coached by a former pro, but Saints’ head coach Jay Heaps has had a pretty unique path in his career.
The former goalkeeper and the current coach of the LA Galaxy, Heaps was part of the U., LA Galaxy’s youth team from 2011-14.
Heaps, who has been the head coach of Sporting Kansas City for the last four years, has had success coaching youth soccer in the U-23 ranks and in the academy, but his experience in the US Soccer system could be an asset for the Saints.
He has a great track record of developing players, but if his vision is to continue to develop players in the future, the Saints should be interested in taking a look at him.7.
Real Salt Lake It’s hard to find much praise for Real Salt LA, but their academy has produced some really good players.
The academy has had some notable