The USMNT players in Europe and Mexico roundup starts with Huddersfield Town exiting the FA Cup in the Fifth Round. Danny Williams got the start in a 2-0 home loss to Manchester United. Huddersfield Town fell behind in the 3rd minute with United doubling the lead in the 55th. Williams was the last USMNT player left in this season's FA Cup. "Manchester United deserved to win because they scored . . .
It's the Fifth Round of the FA Cup on the weekend soccer TV schedule. On Saturday, Huddersfield Town hosts Manchester United. In Liga MX, Leon is home to Queretaro on Saturday on ESPN Deportes. beIN Sport has the Turin derby on Sunday with Torino hosting Juventus in Serie A. Huddersfield Town vs Manchester United on Saturday on FS2 at 7:30am in the Fifth Round of the FA Cup. Huddersfield Town has . . .
Unless it's Leeds United debuting a badge, everybody likes a kit reveal. Good, bad, or indifferent, most soccer fans seem to enjoy playing fashion designer. Or at the very least fashion critique. Atlanta United announced a new riff on their color scheme, adding a white uniform where the badge and other logos are peach. In a soccer world where neon is the favorite secondary hue of too many teams . . .
The soccer news starts with the 3rd-place Champions League teams now looking to advance in the Europa League round of 32. That includes Borussia Dortmund, keeping a USMNT player in European competition this season. It might not be what the Bundesliga club wanted at the start of the season, but the Europa League matters as long as a club remains involved. Manchester United doubled down on that . . .
By Luis Bueno – RIVERSIDE, CA (Feb 14, 2018) US Soccer Players - The LA Galaxy’s long road to redemption has not yet commenced, but the team revealed some of what it has planned for the 2018 MLS season. When the Galaxy played NYCFC at StubHub Center over the weekend, the team had its new captain on display. Ashley Cole donned the armband on Saturday and later revealed on social media that he had . . .
By Jason Davis – WASHINGTON DC (Feb 14, 2018) US Soccer Players - MLS clubs partnering with famous European outfits is not a new phenomenon. Attempts to link up with the established elite in Europe has long been part of the chase to advance the MLS version of the game. Before MLS was a decade old, it wasn't unusual to see announcements that teams were linking up with European counterparts to . . .
Well, the Champions League still sort of surprises. The Wednesday soccer news starts with Spurs falling behind by two goals early in Turin only to draw level by the final whistle. At least 90 more minutes to decide the series at Wembley and the bigger question about what counts as an upset in the Champions League. "Did we score too early? No, we played well against a strong side," Juventus winger . . .
The soccer news starts with the 2017-18 Champions League returning to action with the round of 16. Since the super clubs have all but given up in trying to squeeze more value out of the group stage, this is the part of the tournament that really counts. It certainly counts in terms of money, with clubs hoping their domestic counterparts lose as soon as possible. UEFA's broadcast revenue split is . . .
By Clemente Lisi – NEW YORK, NY (Feb 12, 2018) US Soccer Players – Establishing soccer in New York City isn’t just an MLS problem. For all the communities and clubs, producing a dominant team has never been easy. Consider how much the New York Cosmos had to spend for their brief run of relevance in the 1970s. It’s an old story, with lots of teams trying to bring championships to New York. One of . . .
We start the soccer news with the US Soccer Federation's new president. Carlos Cordeiro won the election in the third round of voting. Cordeiro was previously the US Soccer vice-president and prior to that an independent member of their board of directors. Cordeiro ran as a candidate promising change, winning the support of the Athletes' Council and US Youth Soccer. Those voting blocks gave him a . . .