USMNT interim coach Anthony Hudson suggested that he is not considering taking on the permanent position
Anthony Hudson, former assistant of Gregg Berhalter, has been appointed to oversee the USMNT squad until at least August. The US Soccer is currently without a sporting director, a USMNT general manager, or a USMNT head coach.
However, it appears that Hudson has no plans to remain as the primary coach beyond the summer, and he could potentially return to an assistant position under Berhalter or another coach.
“Honestly, I’m not, and I’ve said this before, my thoughts are not on the job permanently,” Hudson told reporters.
“I have a contract until August. My focus is on the players, the staff and making sure every single time we get together we are doing our very best to take another step forward and keep growing and what this team has done. That’s solely where my focus is.”
U.S. Soccer is not expected to conduct an extensive search for a new USMNT coach until they name a sporting director. Currently, Hudson is receiving praise for his efforts in recruiting dual-nationals and trying to establish stability in the team.