Tuesday's soccer news starts with MLS teams roster building in early January, specifically what's happening with the Chicago Fire and LAFC. Why these two out of the 29 teams in the league? For Chicago, it's a question of what might've worked last season and for LAFC it's maintaining what did work in 2022. Chicago's situation starts with the defense. Gaga Slonina's move to Chelsea leaves them . . .
Monday's soccer news starts with the FA Cup Third Round where Antonee Robinson subbed on in the 76th minute of Fulham's 2-0 win at Hull City. Layvin Kurzawa scored in the 37th and Daniel James doubled the lead four minutes into stoppage time. Brenden Aaronson subbed out in the 86th minute of Leeds United's 2-2 draw at Cardiff City. Trailing 2-0 to goals in the 24th and 31st, Rodrigo Moreno . . .
By Charles Boehm – WASHINGTON, DC (Jan 5, 2022) US Soccer Players - English soccer's festive fixtures are drawing to a close. The traditional exhausting euphoria of the holiday period now shifts into the more regular grind of league action interspersed with cup competition and, for a lucky few, European campaigns. The autumn World Cup has made for a uniquely back-loaded calendar with many . . .
Thursday's soccer news starts with the return of the USMNT players in Serie A, where Sergino Dest subbed on in the 84th minute for AC Milan's 2-1 win at Salernitana. Rafael Leao scored for Milan in the 10th and Sandro Tonali made it 2-0 in the 15th. Salernitana pulled a goal back in the 83rd minute. "It was definitely a complicated game, but I didn't expect an easy ride," Milan coach Stefano . . .
Tuesday's soccer news starts with the Scottish Premiership where Malik Tillman and James Sands's Rangers drew 2-2 at home with Cameron Carter-Vickers's Celtic. Sands subbed on for Tillman in the 85th minute. Celtic took a 5th minute lead through Daizen Maeda with Ryan Kent equalizing for Rangers in the 47th. James Tavernier converted a Rangers penalty in the 53rd with Kyogo Furuhashi equalizing . . .
By Clemente Lisi – NEW YORK, NY (Jan 2, 2023) US Soccer Players – A new year means a change in uniform for many American players. Whether it’s a player going from MLS to Europe or those who have changed teams but are staying in Major League Soccer, there were lots of moves made in 2022 that could make an impact this year. MLS continues to generate talent as more Americans sign with European clubs. . . .
Monday's soccer news starts with the USMNT players in Europe roundup, specifically with the Premier League. Tim Ream and Antonee Robinson's Fulham beat Southampton 2-1 at home with an own-goal putting Fulham up in the 32nd minute. Southampton equalized in the 56th, but Joao Palhinha returned Fulham's lead in the 88th minute. "It's our moment now to have a great goal to decide the game as . . .
By Jason Davis – WASHINGTON, DC (Dec 28, 2022) US Soccer Players - If 2022 was anything for soccer, it was eventful. With the World Cup on the schedule, that was a guarantee. However, the World Cup wasn't the only thing in the soccer world to make a mark on 2022. That was especially true in American soccer. The USMNT getting to and then playing in the World Cup were the big stories, but a select . . .
Tuesday's soccer news starts with the scores for USMNT players in Europe, specifically with the Premier League where Tim Ream and Antonee Robinson's Fulham beat Chris Richards's Crystal Palace 3-0 away. Richards subbed on in the 60th minute. Bobby Reid scored for Fulham in the 31st. Palace played a man down from the 34th with a red card to Tyrick Mitchell and saw red again when James Tompkins . . .
By Jason Davis – WASHINGTON, DC (Dec 23, 2022) US Soccer Players - In a mild surprise, Arsenal had charged to the top of the Premier League table from a multi-pronged attack and a stout defensive effort led by a cohesive pressing approach. American goalkeeper Matt Turner returns to Arsenal after his World Cup experience, where he was rated one of the best keepers in the tournament. Turner's . . .