Sunil Gulati interview (Soccer America) http://www.socceramerica.com/article.asp?Art_ID=562136787 SA: How do you see the future of the U-17 residency camp in Bradenton, Fla.? SG: I was at Bradenton [recently] with [U.S. Soccer] secretary general Dan Flynn. We spent a lot of time talking both between us and with [U-17 coach] John Hackworth. And I've talked with some of the MLS teams and other people involved in player development, Bruce Arena and so on. I think there will be some shifts over time. And those shifts will take place as MLS plays a greater role in player development at younger ages. And that role and effort will be supported by the Federation. That day is not today. I think we all understand that Bradenton and Project-40 in particular came about to fill a need, to fill a gap. I think they've both been extraordinarily successful in doing that. Neither one was intended to be that way forever, and I think that's still the case.