13-Nov-2017 17:36:19 | Yahoo Sports
U.S. soccer finds itself facing a rather perplexing question. It’s not a problem specific to the U.S. — not at all, many other countries face similar ones — but more than anything else in its history, it has been the biggest roadblock in its soccer development. Soccer is constructed rather simply: The most popular leagues have the most money, which draw the best players, which requires the best coaches, which makes them the best and most popular leagues. At the moment, the best leagues are in Europe — England, Germany, Italy, Spain, France — which leaves the promising young talent in the U.S. in a tricky predicament: Can I achieve my dreams in the U.S., or is my best shot at glory abroad?