Every time someone tweets support for women's soccer there are numerous moronic responses that show how bad sexism is today.
The 2016 USMNT January camp has a ton of new variables that may have changed the process for Jurgen Klinsmann, but the coach still left plenty of potential at home.
John Hackworth is a retread that will likely follow the status quo for the U-17 USMNT and not improve the overall program.
Qualifying for the 2016 Olympics is right around the corner, so Jill Ellis and the USWNT need to put the victory tour behind them and answer the important questions at hand.
Abby Wambach is one of the best players in the history of soccer, and her impact on the USWNT will be felt for years to come.
Coach Jill Ellis and the USWNT are focusing on finding an heir apparent to Lauren Holiday at center midfielder with the latest roster.
There are many more questions to ask regarding the USMNT in 2016, but these are the most pressing.
Jurgen Klinsmann will likely favor a more defensive-oriented lineup for the USMNT in Trinidad and Tobago.
The USMNT must get a result when they start CONCACAF World Cup qualifying against St. Vincent and the Grenadines on Friday, but the starting XI still raise some question marks.
The omission of Clint Dempsey from the USMNT World Cup qualifying roster is the biggest surprise in a highly confusing roster from Jurgen Klinsmann.