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March 29, 2018 01:59 AM PDT

This is part 3 of a 3-part series with American Jackie Bachteler. She is an Assistant Coach for Sweden's First Division team, Hammarby in Stockholm, Sweden. She also works at IFK Stocksund helping American players transition from the the U.S. Professional Women's team to European football.

Bachteler will discuss her coaching philosophy and share her thoughts on development both as a coach as a player.

March 29, 2018 01:55 AM PDT

This is Part 2 of a 3-part series with Jackie Bachteler, Assistant Coach for Sweden's First Division team, Hammarby in Stockholm, Sweden.

Bachteler will discuss her journey as a professional player in the US and her rise to UEFA Women Champions League.

To access the transcript to this episode, go to https://www.prospectsss.com/rfpodcast/

March 28, 2018 11:28 AM PDT

This is part 1 of a 3-part interview with Jackie Bachteler.

American Jackie Bachteler is an Assistant Coach for Sweden's First Division team, Hammarby in Stockholm, Sweden.

In this episode, Jackie discusses her background in football and the beginning of her path to professionalism.

To access the transcript of this episode, go to https://www.prospectsss.com/rfpodcast/

March 23, 2018 12:39 PM PDT

This is part 3 of a 3-part interview with Larry Sunderland. We will discuss the future of the US National Team, development of USMNT hopefuls, and the 2018 Generation Adidas Cup

Sunderland has been recognized as a top coach and a visionary advancing the sport of football and player development in the United States. Sunderland led the development of the first fully integrated professional soccer model in the United States. He has also implemented and directed the execution of the most extensive player development system in Major League Soccer.

Sunderland is the current Portland Timbers Youth Technical Director.He has been instrumental in the development of more than 50 professional players, including Chicago Fire’s homegrown players Victor Pineda, Harrison Shipp, Chris Ritter, Collin Fernandez, Kellen Gulley and Patrick Doody.

Sunderland is the only coach in the US to win National Championships at U14 (USYS), U16 (USSDA), U18 (USSDA) and U20 (USL).

March 22, 2018 02:29 AM PDT

This is part 2 of a 3-part interview with Larry Sunderland.

Sunderland is in a unique position to discuss development from several perspectives:
-He is a parent of a young player who was playing in Spain.
-He is also an academy director for the MLS's Portland Timbers.
-He has been involved with developing players in the U.S. for a very long time.
- He is a former professional footballer

March 20, 2018 03:59 PM PDT

This is part 1 of a 3-part interview with Larry Sunderland.

In this episode we will discuss current advances of US development academies, their challenges, and the potential for opening paths for professionalism for future academy players.

Larry Sunderland has been recognized as a top coach and a visionary advancing the sport of football and player development in the United States. Sunderland led the development of the first fully integrated professional soccer model in the United States. He has also implemented and directed the execution of the most extensive player development system in Major League Soccer.

Sunderland is the current Portland Timbers Youth Technical Director. He also served as Technical Director of the Chicago Fire PDL program, Super-20s and Fire Juniors youth club. He has been instrumental in the development of more than 50 professional players.

March 14, 2018 12:06 PM PDT

Hayden Lyn Canizalez is a 19-year-old American footballer currently competing in Spain. Hayden is one of only three American players who have successfully graduated from Spain’s challenging academy system (in the Juvenil Nacional and Juvenil Division de Honor categories) and is currently competing as a senior in Spain’s Tercera Division Nacional.

A native of Las Vegas, Hayden’s trajectory in Spain as a youth includes CE Sant Gabriel, RCD Espanyol, UE Sant Andreu, and Hercules CF. Hayden’s current team, UP Plasencia, is favored to win promotion this season (2017/18). In addition, this season the team has won the Federation’s Cup for the first time in 75 years and made it to the quarterfinal stage at the RFEF Confederation’s Cup.

Hayden discusses his experience growing up in Spain and what it is like to live the dream of an early career footballer.

March 08, 2018 08:17 PM PST

This is part 3 of our 3-part interview with Hugo Perez.

The United States men’s national team experienced its worst moment in its recent history in 2017. Despite a desperate change in management, the team had a poor FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign which ended in its elimination, something that had not happened in 32 years.

This campaign also brought out the best in some and the worst in others. For example, some of the most iconic senior players and coaches of the men’s and women’s programs made xenophobic comments about players with dual-citizenship that were being considered for the national squad. But not everything was bad news. Dual-citizenship holder, 18 year-old Christian Pulisic, was the leading scorer for the World Cup qualifier campaign, shifting fans’ interest and hopes to the next generation of players, those born in 1997 and younger.

The next generation of U.S. players can potentially become the most successful one ever. For example, there are more young players competing in Mexico and debuting in Liga MX; and there are more U.S. born players currently competing at the academy and senior levels in Spain, Germany, England, Italy, Poland, Denmark, and other countries in Europe.

With the new change in leadership, U.S. Soccer’s 32nd President, Carlos Cordeiro, and the rest of the federation’s leadership, have one of the most challenging mandates in recent times, to turn the USMNT program around for the better.

While the pool of talent is better and larger that it ever has been for future national teams, the make up of the team will depend greatly on what direction the new technical director and national coaches will want to take. Will we rely on better skilled technical players? Will we continue to stick to more physical and less talented players while the rest of the world moves forward? Do we take advantage of our players with international experience, like the rest of the world? Or do we follow a more protectionist approach and rely on our domestically produced talent? Only the future will reveal what is to come.

In this episode of Rethinking Football, we talk to Hugo Perez about the ways we can improve our USMNT program and take advantage of the next generation of players.

Soccer Hall of Fame inductee, Hugo Perez, is a legend and a true agent of change. Perez was part of the generation that influenced tens of thousands of football lovers in the U.S. As a professional footballer, Perez earned 73 national caps including the Olympic squad. He was a member of the 1994 U.S. World Cup team, and was starter in the unforgettable Round-of-16 match against Brazil.

As a coach, Perez has been credited as the architect of the most talented U.S. Youth National team in history. The graduates from his U.S. U-15 boys national squads (between 2012-2014) represent some of the players that can potentially shape the future of the USMNT including Christian Pulisic, Andrew Carleton, Josh Perez, Tyler Adams, Lucas Del Rosario, and Jose Carranza. He also brought Jonathan Gonzalez to the U.S. National Team program.

March 05, 2018 02:14 PM PST

This is part two of a three-part series with Hugo Perez.
In this episode we will discuss the importance of Positive Mental Attitude for American players hoping to succeed in European leagues, and how PMA is instrumental in developing higher-level players.

As a coach, Perez has been credited as the architect of the most talented U.S. Youth National team in history. The graduates from his U.S. U-15 boys national squads (between 2012-2014) represent some of the players that can potentially shape the future of the USMNT including Christian Pulisic, Andrew Carleton, Josh Perez, Tyler Adams, Lucas Del Rosario, and Jose Carranza. He also brought Jonathan Gonzalez to the U.S. National Team program.

March 05, 2018 12:08 PM PST

This is part 1 of a 3-part series with Hugo Perez. We will discuss football and coaching culture in the US, and how it compares to other countries.

Soccer Hall of Fame inductee, Hugo Perez, is a legend and a true agent of change. Perez was part of the generation that influenced tens of thousands of football lovers in the U.S. Perez was born in El Salvador, and grew up in Southern California. During his 14-year-career as a professional footballer, Perez earned 73 national caps including the Olympic squad. He was a member of the 1994 U.S. World Cup team, and was starter in the unforgettable Round-of-16 match against Brazil. He also had a chance to train under the tutelage of Johan Cruyff at Ajax.

As a coach, Perez has been credited as the architect of the most talented U.S. Youth National team in history. The graduates from his U.S. U-15 boys national squads (between 2012-2014) represent some of the players that can potentially shape the future of the USMNT including Christian Pulisic, Andrew Carleton, Josh Perez, Tyler Adams, Lucas Del Rosario, and Jose Carranza. He also brought Jonathan Gonzalez to the U.S. National Team program. Perez talks about solutions that can improve talent scouting, player development, and coaching education.

To access the transcript of this podcast, visit www.prospectsss.com/rfpodcast/

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