The roundup of USMNT players in Europe starts in the Championship with Geoff Cameron's QPR shutting out PNE 2-0 at home. Eberechi Eze scored in the 17th and converted a 67th minute penalty. QPR goalkeeper Joe Lumley made made three saves to keep the clean sheet. QPR is 14th in the Championship table. "We spoke before the game about how you respond to criticism, to doubts, to negativity," QPR . . .
The soccer news starts in the Premier League. Christian Pulisic subbed out in the 86th minute for Chelsea's 2-1 home win over Aston Villa. Tommy Abraham put Chelsea up in the 24th minute with Aston Villa equalizing in the 41st. Mason Mount scored Chelsea's winner in the 48th minute. "He is playing really well," Chelsea manager Frank Lampard said. "He can score more, we have a player in Christian . . .
The soccer news starts with Chelsea in manager Frank Lampard's first season in charge at the club. Chelsea's ambitions are obvious, a once champion that now has to push past other contenders in pursuit of their old expectations. It's a team that can look at their current 4th-place and expect more, certainly at home against a team in the bottom half of the table. Instead, it was Chelsea losing 1-0 . . .
The roundup of USMNT players in Europe and Mexico obviously starts in South Korea. A yellow card accumulation suspension kept Mix Diskerud out of the final game of the season with the K League title on the line at home to Pohang Steelers. With Joenbuk chasing Ulsan, a draw or a win would see the title go to Diskerud's club. Suprising no one that follows him on Twitter, Diskerud responded to his . . .
The soccer news starts with Manchester United's comeback from 2-0 down that eventually turned into a 3-3 draw at Sheffield United. A point is better than nothing in the Premier League, but the result only underlined the problems at Manchester United. This is a team that remains an easy target for criticism, specifically directed at manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. In another interesting moment for . . .
The roundup of USMNT players in Europe and Mexico starts in the Bundesliga. John Brooks's Wolfsburg won 2-0 at Eintracht. Wout Weghorst scored in the 19th minute. Wolfsburg went a man down with a red card to Marcel Tisserand in first-half stoppage time. Joao Victor doubled the lead in the 65th minute. Weston McKennie subbed on in the 73rd minute for Schalke's 2-1 win at Werder Bremen. Amin Harit . . .
The soccer news starts with that established Premier League truism that a big name club requires an equally big name manager. That only partly explains Spurs deciding to put their future in the hands of Jose Mourinho. It's easy to point at 14th-place after a dozen games for Spurs calling time on Mauricio Pochettino, but only three points separates 14th from 5th. It wasn't lost on anybody that . . .
The soccer news starts with the Premier League table. The big result over the weekend was Liverpool beating Manchester City 3-1 at home, extending Liverpool's lead to eight points over… not Manchester City. It's Leicester City in 2nd-place tied on points with 3rd-place Chelsea at 26. Manchester City is a point behind at 25. There's now an eight-point gap between City in 4th and 5th and 6th-place . . .
The soccer news starts in the Premier League with DeAndre Yedlin and Christian Pulisic both scoring in wins for their clubs. Yedlin's Newcastle beat Bournemouth 2-1 at home. Trailing from the 14th minute, Yedlin equalized in the 42nd with Ciaran Clark scoring in the 52nd. "We know how crucial back-to-back wins are in the Premier League," Newcastle manager Steve Bruce said. "So it was vitally . . .
The roundup of USMNT players in Europe and Mexico starts with a Bundesliga derby. Alfredo Morales won the 38th minute penalty that set Fortuna Dusseldorf on its way to a 2-0 home shutout of local rivals Cologne. Zack Steffen made one save to keep the clean sheet. Rouwen Hennings converted the penalty and Erik Thommy scored in the 61st. "I'm so happy," Morales said.… "After the game, celebrating a . . .