The soccer news starts with another USMNT player is on the move. Eric Lichaj signed with Hull City after five seasons with Nottingham Forest. Lichaj made 173 appearances with Forest, scoring four goals, and serving as captain. He started his career with Aston Villa in 2007. Lichaj's move is somewhat of a surprise given his standing at Nottingham Forest. Lichaj will be the second USMNT player for . . .
The soccer news starts with USMNT player Andrija Novakovich signing a new deal with Reading. He will play for Eredivisie club Fortuna Sittard on loan this season. Novakovich has a breakout season with Dutch second division club Telstar, scoring 19 goals and helping them make the promotion playoffs. Fortuna Sittard finished second in the 2017-18 Eerste Divisie, but took the automatic promotion slot . . .
Monday's soccer news starts with the USMNT playing Bolivia later tonight (6:30pm ET - FS1). The side returns to action under interim coach Dave Sarachan once again focusing on young players. Here's our preview. Pro Soccer Talk's Andy Edwards focuses on the young USMNT players. The Philadelphia Inquirer's Jonathan Tannenwald on the DC United connection between USMNT goalkeeper Bill Hamid and . . .
It was good news for John Brooks and Wolfsburg in the Bundesliga relegation playoff. They keep their spot in the Bundesliga after beating Holstein Kiel 1-0 on the night and 4-1 over two legs. The result might not have the same ridiculous money attached to it as winning promotion to the Premier League, but the object is the same. Topflight status for any club is something they can't afford to . . .
Monday's soccer news starts with what's left for USMNT players in Europe and Mexico. Namely, trophies for Jorge Villafana in Mexico and Timmy Chandler in Germany. Villafana subbed on in the 55th for Santos Laguna, winning the 2018 Clausura title in Liga MX. They drew 1-1 at Toluca to lift the trophy 3-2 on aggregate. Julio Furch scored for Santos in the 10th minute with Toluca equalizing on the . . .
Friday's soccer news starts with what's becoming a recurring theme for the 2018 MLS season. Will the Seattle Sounders or Toronto FC become the first of the MLS Cup finalists to turn things around? 12 weeks into the season, Seattle is in last place in the Western Conference and Toronto is 10th in the East. There are very good reasons for both teams' situations, but there's also the expectation that . . .
We start the soccer news with La Liga's dominance in the Europa League. Since revamping the UEFA Cup and merging in the Cup Winners' Cup for the 2009-10 Europa League, Spanish clubs have won it five out of eight times. The only time over that period that a La Liga team lost a Europa League final was when both finalists came from Spain. Sevilla accounts for three of those titles with their . . .
By Clemente Lisi – NEW YORK, NY (May 14, 2018) US Soccer Players – England’s Championship may very well be one of the most-competitive second division leagues in the world. That's certainly backed up by attendance figures. England's second-tier normally averages over 20k a game, the kind of support normally associated with topflight leagues. It's also home to USMNT players taking part in a league . . .
The roundup of USMNT players in Europe and Mexico has the conclusions of the 2017-18 Bundesliga and Premier League seasons. We start in the Bundesliga, where Bobby Wood's Hamburg beat Gladbach 2-1 at home but other results ended Hamburg's record run in the Bundesliga with a 17th-place finish. Aaron Hunt converted a penalty to put Hamburg up in the 11th minute with Gladbach's Josip Drmic . . .
It was an odd season for USMNT players in the Premier League. The number of regulars decreased to three, falling to two with a season-ending injury to Danny Williams. We already know the fate of one club with a USMNT player. Geoff Cameron's Stoke City officially fell to the Championship after the second-to-last matchday. Stoke City plays their final game of the 20117-18 season at Swansea City, . . .