We are USfanTV.
We’re rabid US Men’s National Soccer Team fans who’ve been attending several matches a year since the early 2000s. This is a site for us–and you–to share our opinions on all things soccer in the United States, from Berhalter’s lineups to Nike’s ever-changing fashion choices. You can catch our live shows on YouTube — typically Tuesday or Thursday nights at 10 p.m. eastern, and always after matches. Tweet us at @USfanTV.
Pat McCraney is a writer, soccer dad, and Emmy-award winning former television producer and reporter. He’s worked for TV stations around Illinois and Wisconsin, and has written for several newspapers, websites, and the Arsenal matchday programme. As a bald man, you’d be inclined to stick him in goal. Oswaldo Sanchez once gave him the middle finger. Tweet him at @patrickmccraney.
Chris Combs is a communications professional, photographer and former television producer. He still remembers watching the 1982 World Cup before he truly understood what soccer was. He didn’t know he had a ticket to US-Switzerland in the 1994 World Cup until the game was already underway 300 miles away. And his love of Slobo Ilijevski and Valderrama’s hair know no bounds. Tweet him at @finetoothcombs.
TJ Zaremba is a soccer dad, soccer referee, soccer hipster, goalkeeper, soldier, and America’s biggest Guernsey FC fan. He’s also the host of the Minivan Dad Soccer Pod. You can tweet him at @TJZaremba or @MinivanDadPod.