Since we most have a little extra time to be reflective these days, here is my question: What should youth soccer look like in the US? Soccer is currently sort of the leader in the commercialism of youth sports in the US. On the one hand, that is not necessarily a bad thing, as in many overseas jurisdictions, commercial entities are the main institutions for youth sports. That being said, I think US soccer was one of the first sports that figured out you could make money by making the parents of the players the true consumers..You definitely see this in other sports now, but I think soccer with its training companies and academies have long developed this market, and as a result, skewed the way we develop talent hereabouts so strongly towards pay-to-play. What should it look like?