A player who started his professional career in Toronto, former USMNT midfielder and current TV analyst Maurice Edu, saw reason to believe something big is still possible for Bob Bradley and his team in 2022. … By Jason Davis – WASHINGTON, DC (July 29, 2022) US Soccer Players - Two-thirds through the regular season schedule, a pair of elite teams have emerged in the quest for 1st-place in the Eastern Conference and a shot at the Supporters' Shield.
After spending the 2014 MLS season with the Philadelphia Union on loan from Stoke City, USMNT midfielder Maurice Edu made his return to MLS permanent. … “I couldn’t be happier to permanently return to Philadelphia and to play in front of our great fans,” Edu said in a press statement.
Maurice Edu's return to MLS became official on Monday afternoon, with the Philadelphia Union confirming that they'd signed the USMNT midfielder from Stoke City on-loan for 2014. … international with experience playing against some of the best competition in the world, Maurice adds a wealth of knowledge, skill and leadership to our club while still being in his prime,” Philadelphia coach John Hackworth said. … Since the financial collapse that sent Rangers to the bottom of the Scottish professional ranks, Edu has searched for playing time.
By Clemente Lisi – NEW YORK, NY (Jun 26, 2023) US Soccer Players – Maurice Edu is one of several former players with USMNT experience now working in soccer broadcasting. … Edu, the former MLS Rookie of the Year and three-time title winner with Scottish club Rangers with 46 caps for the USMNT, is now part of the broadcast talent viewers get to watch each week on Apple+'s MLS Season Pass as well as covering national team soccer for CBS Sports and FOX Sports.
US National Team player Maurice Edu will spend the rest of the 2012-13 season in Turkey with Bursaspor, Stoke City announced on Thursday. … Edu has one appearance with Stoke since joining them from Scottish Premier League club Rangers at the start of the season.
The MLS Rookie of the Year in 2007, Maurice Edu is a versatile midfielder who rose from playing college soccer with the Maryland Terps to his first start with the USMNT in less than a year. … Edu became national champion with the Maryland Terps in 2005, but left college a year early to be part of the 2007 MLS SuperDraft.