Saturday, September 5, 2015
The U.S. rallied for a 2-1 win against Peru, and while Gyasi Zardes, Jozy Altidore and Brad Guzan turned in strong showings, some players lost ground in the race for starting sp...
Though Mexico salvaged a draw, Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti wasn't able to put his best foot forward in his debut, writes Jon Arnold.
Friday, September 4, 2015
Though he's only the interim manager, Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti still has a challenge Friday against Trinidad and Tobago, writes Jon Arnold.
Thursday, September 3, 2015
After scoring game-winning goals against Germany and the Netherlands, the forward tells Goal's Ives Galarcep he's ready to keep the momentum going.
The Internacional goalkeeper, who worked with Dunga in Porto Alegre, has thanked his coach for the confidence he's shown and vowed to fight for a place in the team.
Coach Dunga has plenty of options in the United States this month, with key players coming back from injury and the returns of Kaka, Lucas Moura and Hulk.
Tim Howard had gone eight years as a starter for club and country but now finds himself in the role of a backup — a position he has no intention of staying in.
The signings of Raheem Sterling and Kevin De Bruyne should be enough for City to win the Premier League, although there are concerns about the team's balance, writes Sam Lee.
Wednesday, September 2, 2015
Jurgen Klinsmann still feels the pain of the Gold Cup, while DaMarcus Beasley is still a big part of the U.S. plans for October and more notes from D.C.
The U.S. international is excited by the prospect of increased playing time after signing with Sunderland on loan from Tottenham.
The transfer window for Paris Saint-Germain has not been easy, but it has been impressive, writes Loic Tanzi.
Louis van Gaal's side managed to snap up Anthony Martial on deadline day but other objectives seemingly were not achieved, writes Kris Voakes.
The defender's loan move to the Black Cats didn't go over well with American soccer fans, but it has the potential to put him on track to fulfill his considerable promise.
The arrival of Pedro Rodriguez has given the Premier League champion another elite match winner but the failure to bolster an ailing defense may prove costly, says Liam Twomey.
The extraordinary failure to bring in their No. 1 target has rounded off a hugely disappointing transfer window for Los Blancos, writes Alberto Pinero.
The Gunners failed to sign a single outfield player and spent just £10 million - on goalkeeper Petr Cech - to improve their squad ahead of a Premier League challenge this season.
Tuesday, September 1, 2015
The 2015 summer transfer window saw plenty of Mexican players make European moves, but the success of those transfers depends on playing time, writes Jon Arnold.
In selling the striker to Manchester United, the Monegasques have set a mark for the most money recouped in one transfer window.
The Bianconeri are still coming to terms with the loss of several key men - as well as their disappointment missing on it primary transfer target, writes Romeo Agresti.
The 19-year-old Frenchman has arrived at Old Trafford for an astronomical fee but he could give manager Louis van Gaal a number of new options in his forward line.