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Chelsea's Christian Pulisic voted U.S. Soccer's Male Athlete of the Year for 2019

Matthew McConaughey hopes that more Americans can join Christian Pulisic's level of football soon.
Craig Burley addresses Chelsea's transfer plans. Watch the entirety on ESPN FC's YouTube channel.
Craig Burley is unsure of striker Timo Werner's transfer plans with RB Leipzig in the Bundesliga title race.

Christian Pulisic has been voted U.S. Soccer's Male Athlete of the Year for 2019, becoming the youngest two-time winner of the award.

The Chelsea attacker edged out Seattle Sounders midfielder Jordan Morris for the honor, garnering 38% of the vote to Morris' 35%. Schalke midfielder Weston McKennie finished third with 13% of the vote.

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Chelsea's Pulisic can inspire next U.S. wave to global stardom - Oscar winner McConaughey

Matthew McConaughey hopes that more Americans can join Christian Pulisic's level of football soon.
Craig Burley feels that Chelsea's relatively weak group helped them bounce back from a poor start.

Oscar-winning film star and Austin FC co-owner Matthew McConaughey hopes to see the next generation of U.S. soccer talent follow Christian Pulisic's lead and make an impact in the sport around the world.

Pulisic has made a major impact at Chelsea since joining in a €64 million transfer from Borussia Dortmund in the summer, scoring six goals including a hat trick against Burnley.

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U.S. Soccer 2020 deficit grows by $5.5 million due to legal fees from lawsuits

Megan Rapinoe shares an update on the USWNT's fight for equal pay and explains what an ideal resolution looks like from her point of view.

U.S. Soccer's projected 2020 deficit is set to grow $5.5 million due mostly to expenditures of $9 million on legal fees devoted to various lawsuits.

The federation had already projected a loss for the upcoming year, but legals costs -- including those due to the equal pay lawsuit filed by the U.S. women's team -- are the primary reason for the increase.

Speaking at the USSF Board of Directors meeting, USSF CFO Pinky Raina presented reports on the federation's financial state. Entering the 2019...