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117dCesar Hernandez

Sources: Lozano set to stay on as Mexico coach

Jaime "Jimmy" Lozano will keep his job as coach of the Mexico national team after helping clinch the 2023 Gold Cup in an interim role, sources have told ESPN.

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138dKyle Bonagura

How is USMNT set for new World Cup cycle?

The U.S. have won six games, drew five and lost once since Gregg Berhalter's contract was not renewed when it expired Dec. 31. How is the team set now he is back in charge?

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278dJeff Carlisle

CONCACAF reveals new WC, Copa qualifying

CONCACAF announced that it has revamped the formats for its senior men's national team competitions to be held between 2023 and 2026.

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U.S., Mexico, Canada get auto spots at '26 WC

FIFA confirmed that the three 2026 World Cup hosts -- the United States, Canada and Mexico -- all had their expected automatic entries confirmed.

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1yJeff Carlisle

Berhalter: Brooks needs to fit into game model

USMNT coach Gregg Berhalter addressed the reasons for John Brooks' exclusion in the last three World Cup qualifying windows.

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2yKyle Bonagura

USMNT books spot to 2022 World Cup in Qatar

The United States men's national soccer team has qualified for the 2022 World Cup, securing its berth in the tournament in Qatar on Wednesday.


ESPN Daily: How the USMNT righted their sinking ship

In the fall of 2017, the US Men’s National Soccer Team lost a decisive qualifying match against Trinidad & Tobago, and with it, a spot in the 2018 FIFA World Cup. It was a humiliating defeat for a team that hadn’t missed a World Cup since 1986. Afterwards, ESPN analyst Taylor Twellman delivered an epic rant, blasting the culture of US Soccer that, in his view, had grown complacent and arrogant. Now, more than four years later, the Americans are on the cusp of redemption. Barring a complete blowout loss tonight against Costa Rica, the Americans can book their ticket to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Taylor Twellman explains how the USMNT has changed their ways following the debacle in Trinidad, and what we can expect from a young roster that appears to be just getting started.

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2yKyle Bonagura

USMNT looking to make history in Costa Rica

Gregg Berhalter and players for the U.S. maintain their intent to win remains unaffected despite essentially having sealed a spot in the World Cup.