Tag Archives: world cup qualifying


Calling an Audible: Changing Coaches in the Hex (Plus: Federations, Know Your Rights)

What does Jurgen Klinsmann need to save his job? After the 1-2 setback in Honduras left the US propping up the current Hexagonal table, this uncomfortable question began to circulate among the fans nervously anticipating the upcoming qualifiers against Costa Rica (who haven’t lost to the US since 2005) and …


On American Integration: The False Promise

Previously, we addressed the institutional and political reasons for which a partial exodus to CONMEBOL is unfeasible. One option left on the table, however, is that of a total union: one in which both CONCACAF and CONMEBOL dissolve in favor of a new confederation with 45 FIFA-affiliated members (and hopefully …