Wynalda says U.S. Soccer doesn't have its act together, and he wants to change it
The former player and analyst likes the talent in the pool but knows more is needed
Eric Wynalda doesn't like the perception of U.S. Soccer, and he wants to bring change on every level. That's why he chose to run for U.S. Soccer president. With the election taking place on Feb. 10, the former USMNT forward and analyst sat down with CBS Sports to talk about the problems facing U.S. Soccer, what he wants to change and more. What's the biggest problem facing U.S. Soccer? Wynalda: I think that there is a perception of a reality and then there is a reality. The majority of the...
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