US soccer eyes culture change, with new coach by year's end
Earnie Stewart intends to change the culture of the American national team by having the next coach and his staff work out of the U.S. Soccer Federation's headquarters in Chicago. In his first public comments since starting the new job of men's national team general manager on Aug. 1, Stewart said the coach will be announced by the end of the year, possibly ahead of November exhibitions against England and Italy.
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