• Chivas USA Youth Players Face Murky Future
    Chivas USA, which folded after the 2014 season, had one of the MLS's most ambitious youth programs. Its U.S. Soccer Development Academy teams are still in action through next summer. What happens to its players remains unclear. "We have no clarity to this day," Chivas USA U-14 coach Brian Kleiban told Liviu Bird. "Right now, we're in the dark. Supposedly, in the next coming weeks, we'll have answers. From what I've been told directly, MLS is pushing hard for it to continue. I don't know exactly what that means, but they're pushing on their end. U.S. Soccer has told me ...
  • Mourinho Questions Man City's Transfer Policy
    Chelsea coach Jose Mourinho suggested that rival Manchester City is not adhering to UEFA's Financial Fair Play rules after the Premier League champ signed Ivory Coast striker Wilfried Bony from Swansea City earlier this week. Bony joined City for a reported 35 million euros ($40.5 million) despite restrictions imposed on the club's net transfer spend and salary total as part of Financial Fair Play sanctions imposed on the club by UEFA last summer.