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Black History Month

Black History Month: John Brooks’ dream realized makes him an American hero

His header broke the USMNT curse against a World Cup rival, just like he imagined it would.

Black History Month: Where there’s a will, there’s a Weah

One of the greatest players to never make a World Cup, George Weah continues to make his mark off the field.

Black History Month: Tim Howard scores in windy fashion

Tim Howard had the leg and the breeze, and it created something you rarely ever see.

Black History Month: A Boateng brotherhood divided

Jerome and Kevin-Prince Boateng made history by going against each other.

Black History Month: Soccer is a religion, and America has a Pope

Eddie Pope is the greatest American defender ever. This is why.

Black History Month: Roger Milla introduces swagger to soccer

In soccer, swagger is spelled M-I-L-L-A. But, Roger was more than just a show...he was the real deal.

Black History Month: The brilliant career of Briana Scurry

The first black woman inducted into the U.S. Soccer Hall of Fame was one hell of a shot stopper.

Black History Month: The world loses Marc-Vivien Foé

One of the saddest days in soccer, and one that still hits close to home today.

Black History Month: Jozy puts America on his back

In 2013, Jozy went on a tear. No USMNT player has duplicated it since.

Black History Month: A goal for all of Africa

This moment still brings chills.

Black History Month: Eddie Hawkins breaks the USMNT color barrier

A new daily series to bring you the best in black soccer history