The U.S. national team defender will go to the Club World Cup in December after Club America won the CONCACAF Champions League crown.
Thursday, April 30, 2015
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Dario Benedetto notched a second-half hat trick as Club America stormed back in Montreal to claim the CONCACAF Champions League title.
Club America drew level as the most successful club in CONCACAF Champions League history with a thumping win over the Montreal Impact.
The midfielder was injured in Sunday's Clasico Nacional and may not be ready for Wednesday night's title decider.
One week ago, Nicht was watching the Impact in a bar in Indianapolis. Now he might start for them in their decisive final leg.
Tuesday, April 28, 2015
Montreal will be forced to use a brand new goalkeeper in the Champions League final, which may be the Impact's biggest challenge yet, writes Rudi Schuller.
With Montreal hosting the final leg but Club America at full strength, Wednesday's CONCACAF Champions League final is anyone's to win, writes Jon Arnold.
Montreal Impact will host America in the return leg of their CONCACAF Champions League decider Wednesday, with the final evenly poised.
Monday, April 27, 2015
As Evan Bush serves a suspension, Nicht could start in the Impact's Champions League final second leg on Wednesday in Montreal.
The Montreal Impact's goalkeeper saga continued Monday as the team announced that Evan Bush won't be able to take part in Wednesday's second leg tilt.
Friday, April 24, 2015
The Salvadoran referee says he was praised for letting the U.S. and Costa Rica play on, though he initially worried it would cost him a chance to call World Cup matches.
Thursday, April 23, 2015
If CONCACAF doesn't rescind the yellow card goalkeeper Evan Bush received in the opening leg on Wednesday, the Impact will need to find a replacement.
Try as they might, the Impact have had every chance to bow out of the CONCACAF Champions League — but they haven't, writes Rudi Schuller.
The Montreal Impact coach feels Club America should have been reduced to 10 men during the first leg of the CONCACAF Champions League final.
Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Montreal Impact were denied a vital win in Mexico, as America equalized late in the first leg of the CONCACAF Champions League final.
A late Oribe Peralta equalizer negated Ignacio Piatti's first-half strike as Club America salvaged a home draw in the first leg of the CONCACAF Champions League final.
The Mexican striker sealed a precious win for Real with a late strike against Atleti at the Santiago Bernabeu to keep hopes of a second successive trophy alive, writes Ben Hayward
A year ago, when his Edmonton team was knocked out by the Impact in the Canadian Championship, Smits was devastated, but now he's happy to give Montreal a helping hand.
The Impact have a precise game plan for Wednesday night's CONCACAF Champions League opening leg at Azteca and they'll need to follow it to the letter.
Last fall, Jurgen Klinsmann's decision to play Jermaine Jones at center back made sense. Now the change may no longer be necessary, writes Ives Galarcep.