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Kathy Carter Was Second In U.S. Soccer President Voting
Kathy Carter, who played for you from 1987 to 1990, is the CEO of Soccer United Marketing. She finished second out of eight candidates in voting for U.S. Soccer President, which was won by Carlos Cordeiro.
02-10-2018 12:26 PM
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Kathy Carter Was Second In U.S. Soccer President Voting
First order of business should be to encourage young players to play in Europe to develop elite skills. The MLS is a third rate option saved for PL/LaLiga has-beens and players who have no business playing on a national squad. There's been enough emphasis on youth development ages 3-15, player safety, rules, etc.

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02-10-2018 12:42 PM
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RE: Kathy Carter Was Second In U.S. Soccer President Voting
Yup. Despite wanting to have a US presence to show off, the best of the best are over there, and that's where you get better. MLS getting better should not be a short term goal for US Soccer.
02-10-2018 08:34 PM
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RE: Kathy Carter Was Second In U.S. Soccer President Voting
(02-10-2018 08:34 PM)TribeInTheBurg Wrote:  Yup. Despite wanting to have a US presence to show off, the best of the best are over there, and that's where you get better. MLS getting better should not be a short term goal for US Soccer.
Tomorrow MLS starts their annual test in the CONCACAF Champions League. The Round of 16 has first legs Tuesday to Thursday and second legs next Tuesday to Thursday. All the MLS and Liga MX (Mexican) clubs host the second legs (which is considered an advantage) except for Colorado. Since there are five MLS clubs (including Toronto who qualifies separately because they're Canadian) and four Liga MX clubs, one of them must host a first leg. The games are on TV in Spanish on Galavision and Univision Deportes. If all the MLS (except for Toronto or Colorado because they play each other) and Liga MX clubs advance, all four Quarterfinals will be Liga MX vs. MLS, and each league would host two first legs and two second legs.
02-12-2018 11:01 AM
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RE: Kathy Carter Was Second In U.S. Soccer President Voting
Carter ran a pretty horrendous campaign. Acted like she was entitled to the position and did nothing to try to show voters that she understood change was needed in the federation. I have no idea whether she would have been a good president or not, but from the way she treated the election she seemed badly out of touch.
02-12-2018 02:28 PM
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