Could Miguel Almiron’s transfer have been helped by Tyler Adams’ hot start at RB Leipzig

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Editorial (February 1, 2019) – Atlanta United FC are basking in the warm glow of playmaker Miguel Almiron’s transfer for a record fee, but they may have had help from an unlikely source—MLS Eastern Conference rivals New York Red Bulls and their own recently sold young star, Tyler Adams. Could Miguel Almiron’s transfer have been […] READ MORE



Tata Martino’s Pragmatic Turn Has Been a Season in the Making

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Editorial (December 5, 2018) – When Gerardo “Tata” Martino was introduced as the inaugural manager of Atlanta United FC in September 2016, Technical Director Carlos Bocanegra and team President Darren Eales both used the words “fast and fluid” to describe the style of play they expected Martino to bring. But with everything on the line […] READ MORE


Atlanta United Faces Uncertainty as Final Push Looms

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Atlanta United has sat confidently atop the MLS Eastern Conference table for most of the season. It has a berth in the CONCACAF Champions League in hand, the MLS Supporters’ Shield in reach, and the playoffs in sight, but the biggest questions surrounding the team seem to be about who’s injured, who’s coming, and who’s […] READ MORE


USMNT’s qualifying failure was due to a historically weak player pool

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Editorial (October 4, 2018) – The United States Men’s National Team qualifying failure for the 2018 World Cup sent shockwaves through the U.S. Soccer community. Blame has usually been directed at people who have spent time at or near the top of the USSF power structure. Perhaps the biggest targets have been then-USSF President Sunil […] READ MORE