Thursday's soccer news starts with the MLS roundup. New England beat Chicago 3-2 at Soldier Field, clinching a playoff spot. Henry Kessler put the Revs up in the 11th and Chicago equalized through Carlos Teran in the 40th. Teal Bunbury made it 2-1 New England in the 62nd minute, but Chicago responded almost immediately when Gaston Gimenez scored in the 63rd. Carles Gil scored New England's winner . . .
By Luis Bueno – RIVERSIDE, CA (Sep 15, 2021) US Soccer Players - The US National Team and Mexico met up twice in a pair of high-stakes title games over the summer with the Americans winning both. The victories showed that the USA returned to the same level as Mexico, arguably taking a step past them. After all, the USMNT played with two different rosters, in two different largely pro-Mexico . . .
Wednesday's soccer news starts with Jordan Pefok getting the late winner on the opening night of the 2021-22 UEFA Champions League group stage. Young Boys beat Manchester United 2-1 at home, playing a man up from the 35th minute. Trailing from the 13th, Nicolas Ngamaleu equalized for Young Boys in the 66th. A halftime substitute, Pefok took advantage of a deflected backpass to score five minutes . . .
By Jason Davis – WASHINGTON, DC (Aug 13, 2021) US Soccer Players - "I think as an organization we always try to put front and center winning as our No. 1 objective. So obviously this is a competition that we are participating in and we're going to try to give everything we have. I feel that we're going to put a team on the field that has the ability to win and we'll do our best in the . . .
Friday's soccer news starts with the 2021-22 Premier League season. From an American soccer perspective, that means starting with Chelsea and Manchester City. Christian Pulisic and Zack Steffen spent the early part of the summer winning the Nations League with the USMNT. They return to a new club season where the expectations only increased. Chelsea won the Champions League while finishing 4th in . . .
By Luis Bueno – RIVERSIDE, CA (Aug 11, 2021) US Soccer Players - In 1995, the Mexican league was a well-established league that featured strong players on quality teams that captivated the entire nation year after year. At the same time, American club soccer was looking to restart topflight soccer for the first time in just over a decade. Over 25 years later, both countries have strong leagues . . .
Wednesday's soccer news starts with MLS clubs going in opposite directions at the Leagues Cup. Sporting Kansas City opted for an experimental lineup, the polite way of saying that they treated their game with Club Leon as an obligation. Losing 6-1 at home, Sporting exits the Leagues Cup in the opening round. Down three goals from Leon's Santiago Colombatta (16th) and Omar Fernandez (27th, . . .
Tuesday's soccer news starts with the 2021 edition of the Leagues Cup. For those needing the quick reminder, this is an eight-team tournament, four each from Major League Soccer and Liga MX that weren't involved in the Concacaf Champions League. For MLS, that means Sporting KC, Orlando City, Seattle, and NYCFC. It's the same qualification route for the Liga MX clubs, with Leon, Tigres, Santos . . .
Wednesday's soccer news starts with MLS and Liga MX officially canceling the 2020 MLS All-Star Game, Leagues Cup, and Campeones Cup. For the first time, Liga MX was going to field its own all-star team to play the MLS all-stars at Banc of California Stadium. MLS will use the same venue in 2021 and wants to keep MLS vs Liga MX in place. This was the second edition of the Nations League, with the . . .
By Jason Davis – WASHINGTON, DC (Sep 20, 2019) US Soccer Players - The first-ever edition of the Leagues Cup, a competition designed to pit Major League Soccer clubs against clubs from Liga MX of Mexico, came to a rousing if somewhat confounding, conclusion on Wednesday. First, a hearty congratulations to Cruz Azul, the tournament's inaugural winner. The 2-1 victory for La Maquina over Tigres . . .