Edition: United Kingdom  
One News Page
“Probably the fastest-access news portal in the world”
> >

Bruce Arena resigns as U.S. men's soccer coach after failure to qualify for World Cup

L.A. Times Friday, 13 October 2017 ()
Bruce Arena became the first casualty of the failed U.S. bid to qualify for next summer’s World Cup when he stepped down as coach of the national team Friday.

Arena, who left the Galaxy for a second stint with the national team last November, is U.S. Soccer’s all-time-winningest coach with a record...
Share on
Share on
Post on 
Share by
Source: Reuters Studio - < > Embed

News video: U.S. heads to Trinidad and Tobago with goal of punching World Cup ticket

U.S. heads to Trinidad and Tobago with goal of punching World Cup ticket 01:22

After a 4-0 win in Orlando over Panama, the United States soccer team travels to Trinidad and Tobago for the final match in the World Cup qualifying final round. Nathan Frandino reports.

Other recent news in World Cup:

World Cup News
Roma and Manchester City vying for Vitinho
Theo Walcott opens up on Arsenal life this season
Mesut Ozil tells Arsenal teammates he’s going to Manchester United
John Bateman starts at centre for England in World Cup warm-up match

Recent related news

Bruce Arena resigns as USA coach after failure to qualify for World Cup 2018

Bruce Arena has left his role as the head coach of the USA men's national team after failing to lead them to next summer's World Cup finals in Russia.
Independent - SportsAlso reported by •BBC NewsReutersBBC SportMailOnlineSoccerNews.com

Former player Rabah Madjer returns as Algeria coach

Former player Rabah Madjer returns as Algeria coach
Algeria bring back former player Rabah Madjer as their new national coach, succeeding Lucas Alcaraz who was sacked after their failure to qualify for the World...
BBC News - AfricaAlso reported by •Reuters

We shouldn´t be staying home for World Cup – Arena laments USA failure

Bruce Arena said the United States should not be staying home for the 2018 World Cup as the under-fire head coach accepted responsibility for the country’s...
SoccerNews.com - SportsAlso reported by •MailOnline

Michallik: USA would be silly not to consider Martino as Arena replacement

Former United States international Janusz Michallik believes ex-Argentina and Barcelona head coach Gerardo Martino should be considered to replace Bruce Arena...
SoccerNews.com - Sports

I´m not the right person at all – Vieira dismisses USA links

Former Arsenal and France captain Patrick Vieira insisted he is not the right person to replace Bruce Arena as the United States head coach. USA are looking for...
SoccerNews.com - Sports

Laurent Blanc to take charge of Team USA

France Football has learned that former France boss Laurent Blanc has emerged as the main candidate to take over the reigns of the USA national team. Head coach...
SoccerNews.com - Sports

You Might Like

Other recent news in Europe

Finally, the Dodgers have the look of a WORLD SERIES teamBREXIT talks: Michel Barnier focus on three things
DODGERS' Enrique Hernandez is the utility man of the hourFrench cinema legend DANIELLE DARRIEUX dies aged 100
IBRAHIM HALAWA freed from jail in EgyptDaphne Caruana Galizia: MALTA JOURNALIST KILLED by 'remotely detonated' bomb
University of FLORIDA and local authorities brace for speech by white nationalist Richard SpencerLAPD investigating HARVEY WEINSTEIN after an actress in L.A. accuses him of rape
Gotham AWARDS nominations give early award season boost to 'Get Out,' 'Call Me By Your Name,' 'Florida Project'Juncker: No EU unity for RUSSIA Nord Stream 2 talks


Environmentally friendly: One News Page is hosted on servers powered solely by renewable energy
© 2017 One News Page Ltd. All Rights Reserved.  |  About us  |  Disclaimer  |  Press Room  |  Terms & Conditions  |  Privacy Policy  |  Content Accreditation
 RSS  |  News for my Website  |  Free news search widget  |  Help  |  Contact us  |  DMCA / Content Removal
How are we doing? Send us your feedback  |   LIKE us on Facebook   FOLLOW us on Twitter   FIND us on Google+