The soccer news starts in the Premier League with DeAndre Yedlin's Newcastle United picking up a point with a 1-1 draw at Everton. Salomon Rondon scored for Newcastle in the 19th minute with Everton equalizing in the 38th. Yedlin saw yellow in the 66th minute. In London, Tim Ream subbed on in the 84th minute for Fulham's 1-1 draw with Leicester City. Aboubakar Kamara put Fulham up in the 42nd minute with Leicester equalizing in the 74th.
"I think the draw is right," Fulham manager Claudio Ranieri said. "It’s right because they created one great chance at the beginning and Sergio Rico made a fantastic save, and they had another chance. In the second half we started much better, we had chances to score. Suddenly, they made a good combination and drew the match. After this, they had another three great chances. I think we shot at goal 25 times. One point is much better than nothing."
Danny Williams wasn't in the squad for Huddersfield Town's 2-1 loss at Bournemouth on Tuesday. The Examiner's Mel Booth reports that a yellow card suspension might see Williams in the lineup against Arsenal. In the Scottish Premier League, Emerson Hyndman wasn't in the squad due to injury for Hibernian's 2-2 home draw with St Mirren. The Edinburgh Evening News' Anthony Brown looks at Hyndman's situation at Hibs.
In Ligue 1, Matt Miazga wasn't in the squad for Nantes in their 3-2 home draw with Marseille. Timothy Weah missed PSG's 1-1 draw at Strasbourg. PSG has a 14-point lead in Ligue 1 after 16 games. Nantes is in 12th-place, tied on points with 13th-place Rennes.
ESPN's Jeff Carlisle with the rumor that Bruce Arena could become the GM of the Columbus Crew. MLSsoccer's Sam Stejskal with Orlando City B hiring USMNT alum Oguchi Onyewu as the USL League One club's technical director. Forbes' Shlomo Sprung talks to Stu Holden.
The Guardian's Jonathan Wilson asks why we're not hearing more from Manchester United supporters this season. The NY Times' Rory Smith looks at the changes at Arsenal. BBC Sport's Simon Stone explains talks to Stu Holden.">Burnley's issues in the Premier League. World Soccer's Nick Bidwell on the end of Eintracht's winning streak in the Bundesliga.
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