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Earnie Stewart
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Job xxxx sporting director
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Org xxxx National Team
Club as Coach USMNT [sporting director]

2016 01 23 Retrieve

[Former USA international Earnie Stewart on himself] I don’t like looking at myself. Once I see myself on TV, no matter it being an interview [or playing], I just don’t like it because I see all the negative things. I don’t want to call myself a perfectionist because it sounds so stupid. But I find it very, very difficult to find the positive things in myself and I always see the negative things. It bugs me

2019 10 28 Retrieve

[Earnie Stewart clearly handled Sergino Dest well. Stewart, a former Dutch-American dual national himself, had a remarkably similar story, and he admitted that the decisions are rarely straightforward] We are excited that Sergino will continue with our program. In all of our discussions, Sergino expressed the comfort he feels within the group and his appreciation for the commitment the Federation has made along the way. As a dual national myself, I understand the choices that these young players face. Our job is to provide a clear pathway and maintain honest and open communication, and then ultimately it comes down to a personal decision

2019 11 12 Retrieve

[Earnie Stewart insists Greg Berhalter’s job is safe no matter how the U.S. men’s national team fares in an upcoming Nations League match against Canada] We’re looking at the future, so yeah. When I evaluate Gregg and the coaching staff, and what I’ve seen today, I’m a pleased man. An individual result is not going to change that. I think that answers the question in itself

I do think there’s been progress, I really do. What we’ve seen in the Gold Cup is that in CONCACAF we have a really good level, and that we can play the game we want to play. Getting to a place where we can do that over 90 minutes, that’s the place we need to get to. That progression is there, except against teams like a very good team in Mexico and a very good team like Uruguay, it becomes a little bit more difficult

[Stewart says he believes the players can adapt and that adapting will be necessary for the program to take a step forward] Our players showed that they can perform at a really, really high level. The question is not so much, can these players do that, because they’ve already shown that they can. What I would say is we need to do that over 90 minutes, and that’s something that we’re constantly talking about. How can we get there? How can we progress to have enough players to keep that and maintain that for 90 minutes

[Stewart says he is not concerned with missing out on a spot on the biggest stage once again] I have no fear that we’re not going to qualify for the World Cup. I’m very, very confident about that

2019 11 14 Retrieve

[Earnie Stewart is delighted with Dest’s decision to commit to playing for the United States and feels he will play a key role in the side as they build up to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar and the 2026 tournament, jointly hosted by the US, Canada and Mexico] He is part of our future and we’re going to make sure that he develops himself to a player that will perform in ‘22 and ‘26. What happened in his youth national team career helped the conversations with Sergino, with his father, with his management in securing him for our U.S. national team, which is great for the program

2020 01 08 Retrieve

[With the new role, Anthony Hudson will manage all aspects of the U-20 program while also managing the integration and programming of U-18 and U-19 teams] We’re excited to bring Anthony on board to lead our U-20 Men’s National Team as it prepares for this summer’s Concacaf Championship. We’ve enjoyed great success with the U-20s over the last few cycles and the team has been instrumental in advancing players to our senior Men’s National Team. We believe that Anthony’s experience in the international game and at the club level make him a great choice to continue that success

2020 01 10 Retrieve

[Stewart worked alongside USWNT GM Kate Markgraf throughout the interviewing process, selecting McBride after interview over 20 candidates from both the U.S. and abroad] We are thrilled to have Brian McBride assume the role as general manager of the U.S. Men’s National Team. Through his impressive career as a three-time World Cup veteran and at clubs in England, Germany and the United States, he has earned the respect of his peers around the world. The hard-earned reputation will allow him to forge important relationships both internationally and here at home, and his understanding of the game and what it takes to succeed at the highest levels will be invaluable to our player pool and our staff