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Under-20 World Cup: USA wins group but loses three players
by Paul Kennedy on Sunday, May 28, 2017 8:29 AM EDT
The USA won Group F at the Under-20 World Cup thanks to ties in both games on the final day of group play, but the 1-1 tie with Saudi Arabia was costly. Cameron Carter-Vickers was red carded and Aaron Herrera and Derrick Jones received yellow cards, ruling all three players out of Thursday's game against New Zealand in the round of 16.

  
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Scots wha hae! Thoughts on the sad and ominous decline of Scottish soccer
I note, with considerable exasperation tempered by sadness, that Scottish soccer is experimenting with a marvelous new scheme for eliminating diving from their game.

"We've been watching him for quite some time. Josh is one of the greatest talents in his year in the U.S. He has aroused the interest of many well-known clubs through his achievements, so a commitment is rather unrealistic."

-- Werder Bremen sporting director Frank Baumann on 17-year-old Josh Sargent, the star of the USA's U-20 World Cup team. FIFA transfer rules prevent Sargent from signing with a foreign club until he turns 18 in February 2018. (Weser Kurier in German)