1. Cameron Carter-Vickers joined Stoke City on loan from Tottenham.
It's the fourth League Championship team he has played for after
loan spells at Sheffield United, Ipswich Town and Swansea City. The 21-year-old central defender is a veteran of two Under-20 World Cups with the USA and earned his eighth senior cap in the 1-0 loss
to Jamaica in June.
-- Results: Concacaf Under-15 Boys (Quarterfinals) 2. The Colorado Springs Switchbacks signed 17-year-old goalkeeper
Abraham Rodriguez to a pro contract. He had been playing on an academy contract since the
beginning of the season. The Colorado Rapids Academy product has played in eight USL Championship games for the Switchbacks. He made 11 saves, including a stop on a penalty kick, in his debut against
Phoenix in March. 3. NISA's Philadelphia Fury will play its home games at Franklin Field
, the University of Pennsylvania's
football stadium since 1985, beginning with the NISA's fall showcase. Matt Driver, the Fury's CEO and sporting director, had operated the team in the American Soccer League out of South Jersey. Former
indoor goalkeeper Cris Vaccaro is listed as the Fury's head coach and technical director. The Fury is the name of the team that played in the NASL (1978-1980)