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Articles by Jeff Kassouf

1 June 2018
John Motta, president of the U.S. Adult Soccer Association, talks to FourFourTwo about the importance of growing the oft-overlooked adult game.
ISI Photos-Brad Smith
30 May 2018
Press' spurning of the Houston Dash and abrupt return to Sweden brought on déjà vu, but the USWNT forward's next club is one she knows has to be the right fit – and she's willing to search for it.
ISI Photos-Tony Quinn
30 May 2018
The Josh Sargent hype train picked up steam after he scored in his USMNT debut. He might be the future answer at forward, but it's definitely too early to tell for sure.
ISI Photos-Brad Smith
29 May 2018
It's that time again: another U.S. women's national team roster has been announced. How does Jill Ellis actually pick the team? She and B.J. Snow take FourFourTwo inside the intricate process.
ISI Photos-John Dorton
29 May 2018
The U.S. men trotted out what is believed to be their youngest lineup ever, including six players who played for the first time at the senior level. The opponent was poor, but the 3-0 win over Bolivia provided a platform.
Leanne Keator/Ride the Tide Photography
8 May 2018
Kingston Stockade made the U.S. Open Cup ahead of schedule. But like any start-up, the question is: What's next? Plenty of other teams are wondering the same. The NPSL knows it needs to be something more.
ISI Photos-Jane Gershovich
4 May 2018
Portland-Seattle has developed into a legitimate NWSL rivalry. These are the games which pushed it toward that.
ISI Photos-Mike Lawrence
4 May 2018
Another entry of the Hudson River Derby is on tap, and the matchup has already given us plenty to be thankful for.
Photo: Anthony J. Causi/NYCFC
27 April 2018
What's it like to play for Patrick Vieira? And what is this stretch you call a "birddog"? FFT USA editor Jeff Kassouf does his best David Villa impression ... for a day.
26 April 2018
As the stadium search drags on, NYCFC opened a new, world-class training facility for its day-to-day operations across the Hudson River.