Tuesday's soccer news starts with tomorrow's group G schedule in the 2021-22 UEFA Champions League. Brendon Aaronson's Red Bull Salzburg hosts John Brooks's Wolfsburg with Salzburg top of the table with four points and Wolfsburg in 3rd, tied on points with 2nd-place Sevilla with two. It's a meeting of teams that normally rely on their Americans.[/caption] Aaronson's move from the Philadelphia . . .
The USMNT players in Europe and Brazil roundup starts in the Premier League. Zack Steffen picked up the shutout in Manchester City's 2-0 home win over Burnley. Bernardo Silva scored in the 12th minute and Kevin De Bruyne doubled the lead in the 70th. Steffen made two saves to keep the clean sheet. "He is a much better keeper than when he arrived because we have maybe the best keeper trainer in . . .
Friday's soccer news starts with Sergino Dest's return to club duty after a showpiece goal for the USMNT. Dest and his Barcelona teammates are already in an interesting position early in the post-Lionel Messi era. In 9th-place with a dozen points from seven games, their coach's future is in doubt, and the tension is rising in one of Europe's soccer capitals. Barcelona's situation needs some . . .
By Jason Davis – WASHINGTON, DC (Oct 13, 2021) US Soccer Players - Everyone knows the feeling. Way off in the distant future is something you need to plan for: attending a wedding, visiting family, maybe getting some important maintenance done on a house or car. There's not going to be anything surprising about it when it arrives, and so there will be no excuse if you're not ready. But then . . .
By J Hutcherson (Oct 5, 2021) US Soccer Players - In the bizarre future some at the highest level of the game are trying to chart, October would be a month dedicated to internationals. Instead of three breaks in the fall schedule acting as speed bumps for the opening stage of domestic league seasons in Europe, there would be a long layoff for clubs to wonder why they didn't fight harder for common . . .
The roundup of USMNT players in Europe and Brazil starts in Serie A. Gianluca Busio scored in Venezia's 1-1 win at Cagliari. Trailing from the 19th, Busio scored two minutes into stoppage time. Weston McKennie's Juventus won 1-0 at Torino in Serie A. Manuel Locatelli scored in the 86th minute. Andrija Novakovich's Frosinone lost 1-0 at home to Cittadella in Serie B. The goal came in the 54th . . .
Friday's soccer news starts in the Europa League where Timothy Chandler's Eintracht won 1-0 at Royal Antwerp in group D. Goncalo Paciencia converted a penalty a minute into stoppage time for the game's only goal. Eintracht goalkeeper Kevin Trapp made four saves to keep the clean sheet. Sam Vines wasn't in the squad for Antwerp. "It was a very intense game that we deserved to win," Chandler . . .
Thursday's soccer news starts with another coaching change in MLS. The Chicago Fire "parted ways" with Raphael Wicky following a 2-0 home win over NYCFC at Soldier Field. Robert Beric scored in the 48th and Federico Navarro doubled the lead in the 66th. Chicago goalkeeper Gabriel Slonina made two saves to keep the clean sheet. The Fire is in 12th-place in the East a dozen points out of the playoff . . .
Tyler Adams subbed on in the 78th minute of RB Leipzig's 2-1 home loss to Club Brugge in group A of the Champions League. Christopher Nkunku scored for Leipzig in the 5th minute. Club Brugge equalized through Hans Vanaken in the 22nd and Mats Rits scored in the 41st. Owen Otasowie wasn't in the squad for Club Brugge. "We managed to take an early lead, but the rest of the first half was hectic. . . .
Tuesday's soccer news starts with matchday 2 in the 2021-22 UEFA Champions League. Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel confirmed earlier today that Christian Pulisic will miss tomorrow's game at Juventus in group H. Pulisic continues to recover from the injury he picked up during the USMNT's game at Honduras on September 8. "You never know with players that are missing," Tuchel said about making . . .