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Landon Donovan considering run for U.S. Soccer presidency - source

The FC panel share their thoughts on Landon Donovan's potential bid to challenge Sunil Gulati for the U.S. Soccer presidency.
Sebastian Salazar joins the guys for a heated debate about the U.S.'s World Cup failure, who's to blame and how to recover.
When it comes to the changes that need to be made within U.S. Soccer, ESPN FC's Herculez Gomez starts at the top.
Herculez Gomez says the U.S. are regressing rather than progressing in terms of player development.

Former United States international Landon Donovan is weighing a run for the presidency of the U.S. Soccer Federation, according to a source with knowledge of the situation.

SI.com was first to report Donovan's interest in running for the position.

Donovan would become the latest candidate to challenge current USSF president Sunil Gulati, who has held the position for the past 12 years and had never been opposed in any of the previous three elections in which he's run for the federation's top post.

Donovan,...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Claudio Reyna blasts soccer in the U.S.: 'We're far too arrogant'

Sebastian Salazar joins the guys for a heated debate about the U.S.'s World Cup failure, who's to blame and how to recover.
Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez debate whether U.S. players need to be held responsible for their World Cup failure.
Sam Allardyce has emerged as the first manager rumored to be interested in the vacant USMNT job.

Former United States captain Claudio Reyna has called U.S. soccer "arrogant" and "obnoxious" in the wake of the national team's stunning elimination from World Cup qualifying last week.

The U.S. were beaten 2-1 in Trinidad and Tobago last Tuesday to ensure they'd miss out on their first World Cup finals since 1986 as they finished fifth out of six teams in the CONCACAF hexagonal table.

And Reyna, who was capped 114 times for his country, told Goal.com an inflated ego and lack of respect for ideas...