What’s next for US soccer?
As US soccer players begin to arrive in the U.S., they will face a different kind of scrutiny than the thousands of foreign players already on the roster.
While players have been invited to come to training camps, they are not allowed to leave the United States.
It will be up to the coaches to make sure that their players are safe.
The USSF announced that it will begin implementing a new policy that will allow players to travel outside of the country to attend tournaments.
The policy will be enforced starting in 2020.
This policy is designed to protect the safety of the players, the USSF said in a statement.
It is important to note that there is no specific time period for when the new policy will take effect, the statement said.
It’s a step in the right direction for the sport.USSF President Sunil Gulati said he has asked the league to “do everything possible” to “help ensure the safety and security of the US soccer community.”
The US has an excellent history of welcoming players from around the world, but it is time for us to be a part of that history, Gulati added.
USSF officials have previously said they are prepared to welcome players from the United Kingdom and other nations as long as they are in good physical and mental condition.