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The future of the USMNT

The future of the USMNT

With a bright new coach and a promising generation of young players -- like Christian Pulisic, Tyler Adams, and Josh Sargent -- the USMNT may be on the brink of a renaissance. SB Nation takes a look at the players and ideas refueling American soccer.

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Why has the USMNT struggled? Start with how it selects players

Breaking down the demographics of the USMNT can help explain how it failed, and how it might piece itself back together for a new era.

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Josh Sargent is unlike any player in USMNT history

At 18 years old, Josh Sargent may be the most complete American striker ever. It’s time to start believing the hype.

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Just how good can Christian Pulisic get?

Pulisic — the record Chelsea signee and purported savior of American soccer — is at a crossroads on the path to greatness. To find his ceiling, we need to look at the past.

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Tyler Adams is the model of the new American soccer star

One of the USMNT’s brightest young players on his fear of the unknown, and living under the spotlight as a face of American soccer’s new generation.

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The USMNT finally has a vision

Gregg Berhalter brings his tight philosophy from the Columbus Crew to the USMNT. Just one big problem: America doesn’t have a Federico Higuaín.