Monday's soccer news starts with the New England Revolution. The club's first Supporters' Shield joins the 2008 SuperLiga title and the 2007 US Open Cup in its trophy cabinet and once again shows what Bruce Arena can do in this league. New England is now the third club Arena has led to the Supporters' Shield, now looking for his fifth MLS Cup. It's certainly worth asking what the situation with . . .
The New England Revolution officially won the 2021 Supporters Shield before playing in week 32. With Seattle losing at home to Sporting Kansas City 2-1, that result sent the shield to the Revs. In that game, Remi Walter put Sporting up in the 4th minute at Lumen Field. Seattle equalized through Nicolas Benezet in the 58th. Johnny Russell scored Sporting KC's winner in the 79th minute. With the . . .
The roundup of USMNT players in Europe starts with a road point in Serie A. Weston McKennie subbed out in the 83rd minute of Juventus's 1-1 draw at Inter Milan. Down a goal from the 17th, Paulo Dybala converted a Juventus penalty in the 89th minute. "This is a draw that weighs heavily, Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri said. "It comes after a good performance, especially in the second half . . .
Friday's soccer news starts in the Europa League. DeAndre Yedlin's Galatasaray won 1-0 at Lokomotiv Moscow in group E. Kerem Akturkoglu scored in the 82nd minute with Lokomotiv finishing with no shots on goal. "I always aim for the three points, no matter who we play." Galatasaray coach Fatih Terim said. "I'm obviously happy with the result but not so much with the performance, especially in . . .
The roundup of a midweek matchday in MLS starts in Colorado where the Rapids and Seattle drew 1-1 at Dick's Sporting Goods Park. Dominique Badji scored for Colorado in the 66th minute and Cristian Roldan equalized in the 81st. The 1st-place Sounders are now six points ahead of 2nd-place Sporting and 3rd-place Colorado. "I give Seattle all the credit in the world," Colorado coach Robin Fraser . . .
Thursday's soccer news starts in the Premier League. Brenden Aaronson's Red Bull Salzburg beat John Brooks's Wolfsburg 3-1 at home in group G. Karim Adeyemi scored for Salzburg in the 3rd minute with Wolfsburg equalizing from a Lukas Nmecha goal in the 15th. Red Bull's Noah Okafor scored in the 65th and 77th minutes. "I think it was a fast-paced game where we played our way on the pitch for . . .
By Luis Bueno – RIVERSIDE, CA (Oct 20, 2021) US Soccer Players - Things looked bleak for LAFC just a week ago. After losing three consecutive matches to close out September, making the playoffs began to look remote. The last LA derby match of the year, on October 3, seemed like the last chance to get things right. A listless 1-1 draw sent a message that the rest of the season was turning into a . . .
Wednesday's soccer news starts in the Champions League. Tyler Adams's RB Leipzig lost 3-2 at PSG in group A. Trailing from the 9th minute, Andre Silva equalized for Leipzig in the 28th and Nordi Mukiele put them ahead in the 57th. PSG equalized in the 67th and converted a 74th minute penalty. Adams saw yellow in the 84th minute. Leipzig is in last place in the group with no points from three . . .
By J Hutcherson (Oct 19, 2021) US Soccer Players - Wednesday night will be round 31 of the 2021 MLS season, leaving just three more matchdays to figure out the rest of the playoff places. As it stands, only the conference leaders are in the postseason. New England beat Seattle to that obvious certainty, sitting at the top of the Supporters' Shield table and waiting for the math to catch up and . . .
Tuesday's soccer news starts with tomorrow's group G schedule in the 2021-22 UEFA Champions League. Brendon Aaronson's Red Bull Salzburg hosts John Brooks's Wolfsburg with Salzburg top of the table with four points and Wolfsburg in 3rd, tied on points with 2nd-place Sevilla with two. It's a meeting of teams that normally rely on their Americans.[/caption] Aaronson's move from the Philadelphia . . .