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Landon Donovan celebrating after he scored the goal that propelled the U.S. out of the group stage of the 2010 World Cup — and himself into U.S. Soccer legend.

WHERE ARE THEY NOW? The players on the pitch for Landon Donovan’s legendary World Cup goal against Algeria

With the United States out of the 2018 World Cup, now is a good time to look back on a happier moment in U.S. Soccer history, when Landon Donovan scored a now-legendary goal against Algeria to get the U.S. out of the group at the 2010 World Cup.
Earnie Stewart, the newly appointed General Manager of the U.S. Men's National Team, appearing for the team back in his playing days.

Earnie Stewart to become the first GM of the US Men’s National Team, but his actual role is still a mystery

After missing out on the World Cup, U.S. Soccer has hired Earnie Stewart, an experienced soccer executive, to the newly created general manager position, but his actual job is unclear and this role may be little more than a way for U.S. Soccer to promote the illusion of change.
Former U.S. Soccer head coach Jurgen Klinsmann had a terrible effect on the team's morale and chemistry during his tenure from 2011-2016.

Report blames Jurgen Klinsmann for the chemistry and culture of the US national soccer team

A bombshell report has been released detailing the years that led up to the failure of the U.S. Men's National Soccer Team to fail to qualify for the World Cup, which places most of the blame on former coach Jurgen Klinsmann and his toxic effect on the team's chemistry.
Geoff Cameron (left) was allegedly such a poor presence in the locker room during the last two matches of the United States' failed World Cup qualifying campaign that the team considered sending him home.

New ESPN report alleges that locker-room troubles and a lack of a fighting spirit led to the US failing to qualify for the World Cup

A new report from ESPN says that figures such as the US Men's National Team defender Geoff Cameron and the team's German-American players were causing chemistry problems, contributing to the US's disastrous failure to qualify for the 2018 World Cup.
Tim Weah (left) and Josh Sargent (right), both just 18-years-old, recently became two of the youngest goal-scorers in the history of the U.S. Men's National Team.

Two promising 18-year-olds on the US Men’s Soccer Team gave fans a tantalizing glimpse of the future

Josh Sargent and Tim Weah, two teenagers with clubs in big European leagues, recently scored for the U.S. Men's Soccer Team in a friendly match, as the program turns towards a promising generation of young talent to move past the failure to qualify for the 2018 World Cup.

Chart shows how unlikely the United States’ nightmare World Cup scenario was before it came true

Here are how the chances for each nation on CONCACAF changed throughout the tournament, with the improbable switch at the very end.