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ASN Morning Read: Will Gulati Be Challenged?

The current U.S. Soccer boss has been in office since 2006 and his term is is up next year. Gulati has yet to announce whether he'll go for another, but the rumor mill is already going.
BY Jesse Yomtov Posted
May 16, 2017
2:00 AM
  • USSF president Sunil Gulati is allowed to run for one more term, but Boston attorney Steve Gans has emerged as a possible challenger. "This is democracy," Gans told Soccer America. "This is America. For an organization this big, a $150 million organization, to never have a challenger, a fourth term without a challenger, is not good from a process perspective. For the good of the game, somebody should run. I think I should perhaps be that somebody."

  • Some of Mallory Pugh's national team pals weigh in on the youngster's decision to join the Washington Spirit.

  • Rose Lavelle says graduating from Wisconsin is her “proudest accomplishment to date.” 

  • The Sacramento group bidding for an MLS team has acquired USL club Republic FC – a major step.

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