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Articles by Beau Dure

ISI Photos-John Todd
19 June 2018
Kyle Martino, Kevin Payne and U.S. Soccer officials all weigh in on how to unite a divided landscape.
ISI Photos-Robin Alam
15 May 2018
After one season of play, the U.S. Soccer Girls' Development Academy needs to iron out some wrinkles. And some clubs still see more value in the incumbent ECNL.
Photo: NASL
6 March 2018
Remember WPSL Elite? It kept the soccer flame alive for players after a collapsed league. What (and who) is left of the NASL could learn from that.
ISI Photos-Roy K. Miller
12 February 2018
U.S. Soccer's newly elected president has spoken about his platform. Executing it will be a different challenge.
10 February 2018
The sitting vice president prevailed in an election in which "change" was the operative word. How did that happen? We explain.
22 January 2018
Candidates agree on a lot of hot topics, and voters aren't showing their hands. So, who is most likely to get things done?
Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports
4 January 2018
Don Garber is in the final year of his contract. He has brought MLS to new heights since taking charge in 1999, but the situation in Columbus, in particular, is the elephant in the room.
Press Association
27 November 2017
Ella Masar, once-capped by the U.S., has revived her career in Europe. Now, she's thinking about the World Cup with her adopted country.
Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports
13 October 2017
Ending "pay to play" in youth soccer? Everyone wants to, but the devil's in the details.
Photo courtesy Derek Liecty
19 July 2017
The trend of European teams playing in the U.S. began decades before the ICC. The trophy remains locked away in Poland...