Anthony Hudson to remain as interim head coach for United States till July

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Former All Whites coach Anthony Hudson will lead the United States national team for at least five more games, the US Soccer Federation has confirmed.

Hudson (42) has been the interim head coach since January 4, following the expiration of coach Gregg Berhalter’s contract.

Since then, Hudson-coached teams have won two games, drawn twice and lost once.

The US national body has confirmed Hudson will stay in his temporary role for the CONCACAF Nations League semi-finals and final (June 15-18) and for the CONCACAF Gold Cup tournament (June 24 — July 16).

The Gold Cup tournament decided the region’s champion national team, and the US have been drawn in a group with Jamaica, Nicaragua and a yet-to-qualify team.

Hudson was the head coach of the New Zealand national team from 2014-2017.

After a spell managing MLS side Colorado Rapids, he became the United States U-20 head coach in 2020 and then became an assistant to Berhalter with the full squad in 2021.

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