The soccer news starts with confirmation of earlier reporting over the weekend. Oscar Pareja is no longer the coach of FC Dallas, leaving the MLS team for Liga MX's Club Tijuana. The move is interesting for both teams. From a Liga MX perspective, is Pareja the coach that stabilizes the situation for Tijuana? From an MLS perspective, what happens to a team that if anything has under delivered over . . .
The roundup of USMNT players in Europe and Mexico starts in the FA Cup. Lynden Gooch scored in Sunderland's 2-1 First Round win over Port Vale. George Honeyman put Sunderland up in the 1st minute with Gooch doubling the lead in the 19th. Port Vale pulled a goal back in the 35th. Gooch subbed out in the 81st minute. DeAndre Yedlin's Newcastle beat Bournemouth 2-1 in the Premier League. Salomon . . .
The roundup of USMNT players in Europe and Mexico starts in the Premier League with Newcastle United picking up three points at home. DeAndre Yedlin's Newcastle shutout Watford 1-0. Ayoze Perez scored in the 65th minute with Martin Dubravka keeping the clean sheet. “I think you could see from the lads on the pitch that there was a desire to get the points today,” Newcastle's Matt Ritchie said. . . .
We start the roundup of USMNT players in Europe and Mexico in the 2.Bundesliga. Andrew Wooten scored twice in Saundhausen's 3-3 draw at Paderborn. Fabian Schleusener put Sandhausen up in the 14th minute with Wooten doubling the lead in the 27th. Paderborn came back with goals in the 35th and 66th, taking the lead in the 80th minute. Wooten equalized in the 83rd. Also in the 2.Bundesliga, Terrence . . .
The roundup of USMNT players in Europe and Mexico starts in Liga MX with Omar Gonzalez the hero for Atlas in their 4-3 home win over Veracruz. Atlas fell behind in the 3rd minute with Andres Andrade equalizing from the penalty spot in the 16th. Veracruz converted a penalty in the 34th with Jefferson Duque equalizing for Atlas in the 41st. Atlas went up a man in the 62nd and took the lead through a . . .
By Luis Bueno – RIVERSIDE, CA (Oct 17, 2018) US Soccer Players - Since its inception, MLS has tried to become a stronger league. They've loosened the constraints of single-entity, spent more on players, and increased the number of teams. That's widened and diversified the level of competition found within the league. MLS is a far better league now than it was even a decade ago, but the work is far . . .
The soccer news starts with that Liga MX and MLS sort of rumor. Liga MX president Enrique Bonilla mentioned the potential of a Liga MX and MLS merger following the North American hosted 2026 World Cup. From there, the discussion in American soccer quickly and predictably moved to the technical details. MLS's insistence on single-entity, the promotion and relegation issue with locked leagues, and . . .
By Luis Bueno – RIVERSIDE, CA (Oct 10, 2018) US Soccer Players - The San Jose Earthquakes have, if nothing else, been a predictable club. Since the Earthquakes’ resurrection in 2008, the team has delved back to its early days to try and plow forward. Frank Yallop and Dominic Kinnear each returned to the club to coach the team as did former player Chris Leitch. So it comes as a surprise then that . . .
The roundup of USMNT players in Europe and Mexico starts with Bobby Wood's goals for Hannover 96. Wood scored twice in Hannover's 3-1 home win over VfB Stuttgart. Wood scored in the 30th and a minute into first-half stoppage time. Stuttgart pulled a goal back in the 50th minute. Ilhas Bebou scored for Hannover a minute into stoppage time. Weston McKennie scored in Schalke's 2-0 away win at . . .
The roundup of USMNT players in Europe and Mexico starts in the Bundesliga. John Brooks's Wolfsburg drew 2-2 at home with Gladbach. Alassane Plea put Gladbach up in the 7th with Renato Steffen equalizing in the 12th. Thorgan Hazard put Gladbach up again in the 48th with Wout Weghorst equalizing in the 59th. Brooks saw yellow in the 37th minute. Bobby Wood subbed on at halftime for Hannover 96's . . .