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Articles by Tim Nash

30 August 2017
MLS' second-youngest signing ever is an academy success story. (Please, hold your Freddy Adu comparisons.)
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30 November 2016
The U.S. won the first Women's World Cup to the surprise of the rest of the world. Had that not happened, the popularity of the game in the U.S. and the global landscape would look very different today. Tim Nash explains:
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15 September 2016
The connection between the senior and youth national teams had bee broke. The break, as Tim Nash notes, also allowed two women to overhaul how the U.S. develops talent.
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2 August 2016
The U.S. has had to evolve without losing what made the program special. As Tim Nash found out, Jill Ellis has been mindful of USWNT's future as she's inherited its present.
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27 July 2016
The opening of the 1996 Olympics was a tense but time. Mia Hamm and Michelle Akers provide insight in this book excerpt.
26 July 2016
The U.S.' path to gold medal dominance started with her goal 20 years ago. Tim Nash talked to the U.S. legend about one of the program's signature goals.
21 July 2016
Legends have prescribed solutions. Tim Nash wonders why, decades on, U.S. soccer's still unwilling to listen.
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16 June 2016
USWNT legends Mia Hamm and Kristine Lilly see 18-year-old Mallory Pugh as the future. Tim Nash caught up with Hamm and Lilly to discuss Pugh and youth development.
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12 May 2016
Shannon MacMillan never got her due credit on the USWNT, but 10 years after retiring, she's in the Hall of Fame. MacMillan reflects on her career with Tim Nash.