Tuesday's soccer news starts with Canada's roster for the January/February World Cup qualifiers. With Alphonso Davies unavailable, that's going to require an adjustment from the Octagonal leaders. With the focus in the region squarely on Sunday's home game against the United States, Canada opens at Honduras on Thursday and closes the window at El Salvador on February 2. Canada enters this window . . .
Monday's soccer news starts with AS Roma announing that Bryan Reynolds will spend the rest of the season on loan to Belgian Pro League club Kortrijk. Reynolds joins a club in 8th-place in the Pro League table, coming off of a 1-1 home draw with Eupen. They play at Charleroi on Tuesday. After finishing in 14th-place last season, Kortrijk has been steady so far in 2021-22. The club made a . . .
Thursday's soccer daily starts in Germany's DFB Pokal. Tyler Adams's RB Leipzig advanced to the quarterfinals with a 2-0 home win over Hansa. Yussuf Poulsen scored in the 6th minute and Dani Olmo doubled the lead in the 82nd. Leipzig and the rest of the quarterfinalists will learn their matchups on January 30, with the games scheduled for March 2 and 3. "We achieved what we set out to do, reach . . .
Wednesday's soccer news starts with another big win for Tim Ream and Antonee Robinson's Fulham, beating Birmingham City 6-2 at home. Fulham has 19 goals in their last three Championship games, starting with a 7-0 shutout of Reading last Tuesday and a 6-2 home win over Bristol City on Saturday. That's increased their goal differential to +47, 27 goals higher than 2nd-place Bournemouth and with a . . .
Tuesday's soccer news starts in the Premier League. When Chelsea takes the field later today against Brighton (3pm ET - USA), they'll be playing to keep pace with Liverpool even if they pass them on points to retake 2nd-place. Courtesy of the pandemic postponements, Chelsea will be two games ahead of Liverpool after Tuesday, 23 to 21. 3rd-place Chelsea trails Liverpool by two points after losing . . .
Friday's soccer news starts with Christian Pulisic's Chelsea at Zack Steffen's Manchester City tomorrow in a top of the table meeting in the Premier League. City has a ten-point lead over Chelsea with both on 21 games played. Liverpool is a point behind Chelsea in 3rd-place, a point behind Chelsea with a game in hand. "Man City opened the gap not over the last months, they opened the gap over . . .
Thursday's soccer news starts with Weston McKennie's goal for Juventus in their 2-1 Supercoppa Italia loss at Inter Milan. McKennie headed in Juventus's opener in the 25th minute. Inter equalized from the penalty spot in the 35th to send the game into extra time. They won it after the 120th minute, scoring in extra time stoppage time. "Let's not forget we were playing the reigning champions and . . .
Monday's soccer news starts with Toronto FC making their move for Napoli captain and World Cup winner Lorenzo Insigne. After intense speculation linking the player with the club, Toronto announced that Insigne will complete his free transfer to MLS in July. Insigne's Napoli is currently 3rd in Serie A and plays Barcelona in the Europa League knockout round next month. "We are all looking . . .
Friday's soccer news starts in Serie A. Weson McKennie's Juventus drew 1-1 at home with Napoli. Traling from the 23rd, Federico Chiesa equalized for Juventus in the 54th minute. The point has Juventus in 5th-place with 35 points from 20 games. “This was a clash with a direct rival," Juventus coach Max Allegri said. "Napoli played well and we did too. We could’ve taken the lead, but we lacked . . .
Thursday's soccer news starts in the League Cup semifinal first-leg. Christian Pulisic subbed on in the 79th minute for Chelsea, taking a 2-0 lead over Spurs at Stamford Bridge. Kai Havetz opened the scoring in the 5th and Spurs gave up a 34th minute own-goal. The series concludes at Spurs on Wednesday. "We could have created a bigger cushion, it was possible, we created a lot,"Chelsea manager . . .