Thursday, September 3, 2015
Goal lets you know where to find the weekend's Major League Soccer action.
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 U.S. coach has indicated that Brad Guzan will get the nod over returning veteran Tim Howard for next month's Confederations Cup playoff.
The U.S. coach wants his team to rebound after a poor showing in the Gold Cup with a crucial date against Mexico looming.
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.
Tuesday, September 1, 2015
A 15 year-old prospect is coming back to the states after he was ineligible to play in games with Barca's youth squad.
The Birmingham City fullback, who hasn't received a call-up since March 2014, has joined the U.S. for friendlies against Peru and Brazil.
The USA defender has made a move that sees him stay in the Premier League with a chance at more playing time.
The American's drawn-out search for a loan opportunity is coming to an end with the defender nearing a deal with EPL side Sunderland, sources confirm to Goal.
Frank Lampard returned from his latest injury, but Didier Drogba sat out with a toe injury as the two Chelsea legends struggle to get going in MLS.
The Colorado Rapids and New York Red Bulls both landed multiple players on Goal's MLS Team of the Week.
Monday, August 31, 2015
The U.S. national team fullback is still waiting on a loan move away from Tottenham as the transfer deadline cuts down his potential destinations considerably.
Tim Howard, Matt Besler, Geoff Cameron and Jermaine Jones returned to U.S. training Monday after prolonged absences from the national team.
The U.S. Under-23 national team midfielder will be staying at Fulham after the Cottagers turned down several offers for the young midfielder, sources confirmed to Goal USA.
The former Montreal Impact center back will lead the North American Soccer League side, which will begin play next year.
The New York Red Bulls rebounded from a midweek loss with a virtuoso display against archrival D.C. United.
With key players missing and low morale inside the locker room, Mauro Biello succeeds Frank Klopas at a less than opportune time, writes Nick Sabetti.
Sunday, August 30, 2015
Bradley Wright-Phillips led New York Red Bulls to within two points of D.C. United in MLS with a brace against their rival.
The USA has announced its roster for upcoming friendly matches against Peru and Brazil, with Tim Howard and Geoff Cameron both returning to the fold.