Monday’s Upside: In Charge


Their Words

"Right now all I can tell you is that everything is in good hands." CONCACAF general secretary Chuck Blazer.

Other Sources

US soccer team preps for Gold Cup match - from The Detroit Free Press's Jo-Ann Barnas: "Now we have to go out and get the job done."

Hislop wants FIFA resolution - from Trinidad & Tobago's Newsday: "Those are the powerhouses, whether they use under-strengthened teams or not."

Life in the box - from This Is American Soccer: "however, I feel that in terms of speed of thought, the men’s and women’s game is very similar."

Tiny Red Bull Arena crowd represents hurdle US women's soccer faces entering World Cup in Germany - from The NY Daily News's Filip Bondy: "If we can get a few victories, hopefully the fans will be turned on to us like 1999," Cheney said.

Is TFC Major League Soccer’s worst team? - from The National Post's Sean Fitz-Gerald: “Well, I mean, we pretty much rank where we are on the table,” Toronto midfielder Nathan Sturgis said.

Behind the scenes, Portland Timbers build bridges with Latino fans - from The Oregonian's Rachel Bachman: The Timbers are the latest team to address a question that has vexed MLS throughout its 16-year history.

Lamar Hunt’s soccer legacy lives on at Sporting KC - from The Kansas City Star's PEte Grathoff: It would have thrilled Lamar Hunt.

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  1. Goals in the Gold Cup.
  2. That Spain loss.
  3. Gold Cup Group C.
  4. US in Detroit.
  5. CONCACAF's leadership

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