USMNT assistant coach Anthony Hudson named 24 players for the 2023 January camp that begins on January 21 in greater Los Angeles. The team will play two games, against Serbia on January 25 at Bank of California Stadium (10pm ET - HBO Max and Universo) and against Colombia on January 28 (7:30pm ET - TNT and Telemundo) at Dignity Health Sports Park. "The annual January Camp gives us a chance to . . .
Wednesday's soccer news starts in the Belgian Pro League where Mark McKenzie's KRC Genk won 3-2 at Westerlo. Bryan Reynolds wasn't in the squad for Westerlo. Aziz put Genk up in the 7th and Joseph Paintsil doubled the lead in the 24th. Westerlo's Maxim De Cuyper converted a penalty in the 53rd and Thomas Van Den Keybus equalized in the 55th. Daniel Munoz scored Genk's third goal in the 64th . . .
By J Hutcherson (Jan 17, 2022) US Soccer Players - Let's set some quick ground rules first. The Tampa Bay Mutiny exited the league prior to the 2002 season, and while San Jose relocated to Houston in 2005, the record book that stayed with the eventual revival of the Clash turned Earthquakes is missing the 2006 and 07 seasons. That leaves us with eight of the original ten teams that have played . . .
By Clemente Lisi – NEW YORK, NY (Jan 16, 2023) US Soccer Players – MLS expansion side St Louis City's first training session happened last week at the club's downtown facility. St Louis represents Major League Soccer's 29th team and will play in the Western Conference, the latest example of the league's ongoing commitment to grow in new markets across North America. It was just under a decade ago . . .
Monday's soccer news has the USMNT players in Europe and Mexico roundup, starting in the Premier League where Tyler Adams and Brenden Aaronson's Leeds United lost 2-1 at Aston Villa in the Premier League. Trailing from goals in the 3rd and 64th, United's Patrick Bamford scored in the 83rd minute. Tim Ream's Fulham lost 1-0 at Newcastle United to an 89th minute goal. Ream saw yellow in the . . .
Friday's soccer news starts with Tim Ream and Antonee Robinson's Fulham beating Chelsea 2-1 at home. Willian put Fulham up in the 25th with Kalidou Koulibaly equalizing in the 47th. Fulham played a man up from the 58th when Chelsea's Joao Felix saw red in the 58th, with Carlos Vinicius scoring in the 73rd. Robinson saw yellow in the 9th minute. "We took five to ten minutes to adjust and to . . .
By Charles Boehm – WASHINGTON, DC (Jan 12, 2022) US Soccer Players - Soccer broadcasting in North America is evolving rapidly. Tuesday drove home that shift as the public got a clearer idea of what it will be watching on its televisions, and other screens, in the months and years ahead. One week out from the first match of its new broadcasting contract with Warner Bros. Discovery Sports, a . . .
Thursday's soccer news starts with Yunus Musah's Valencia losing on penalties to Real Madrid in the Supercopa de Espana semifinals. Musah subbed out in the 95th minute. Real Madrid took the lead from a 39th minute penalty with Valencia's Samuel Lino equalizing in the 46th. With that 1-1 score holding through extra time, Real Madrid advanced 4-3 on penalties with Valencia failing to convert on . . .
By J Hutcherson (Jan 10, 2022) US Soccer Players - It's unfair to think that the addition of another MLS team is somehow going to shake up what it takes to build a competitive squad. Then again, a 29-team league means adding players and options in a competitive situation defined by the league's allocation and squad rules. There's only so much any MLS team can do, a set of circumstances that have . . .
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 . . .