Will Kyle Martino be U.S. Soccer president?

There isn’t a level of soccer Kyle Martino hasn’t touched.

From his youth soccer days, winning Gatorade Male Soccer Player of the Year at Staples High in Connecticut to starring at the University of Virginia, from his time in Major League Soccer to some appearances with the U.S.

Martino: The biggest problem is that the federation isn’t looking at U.S.

There are people on the ground growing this game, educating kids and making it fun, and they don’t feel that the federation is servings [them].

I think the over-arching idea that we kept landing on, there are many different ways for a player to be developed, but there are also so many players that aren’t going to make it to the top level …

We need to make sure we are focused on the entire soccer experience and build a culture …

Putting on a two-day summit and running a board room of 20 people from all different backgrounds was a perfect way to demonstrate internally how I’ll govern …

I’m fortunate that throughout my entire life, I’ve touched every tier of our soccer pyramid and have developed relationships.