DeAndre Yedlin arrived in Newcastle Tuesday night as Newcastle United looked to conclude a deal for the 23-year-old right back. Yedlin knows northeast England … Read the whole story
In Borussia Dortmund's final friendly before the 2016-17 Bundesliga season kickoff this weekend, 17-year-old American Christian Pulisic scored Dortmund's first goal in a 3-0 … Read the whole story
The exodus of college or college-bound players to Europe continues as two U.S. under-20 national team players have signed with clubs in Europe. Forward … Read the whole story
The Vancouver Whitecaps, losers of their last four MLS games, took command of Group C in the Scotiabank Concacaf Champions League with a 3-0 … Read the whole story
Los Angeles FC has signed a naming-rights deal with Banc of California for its new stadium. The deal was announced during a ground-breaking ceremony … Read the whole story
Nearly a year after suffering a torn ACL in just his fourth MLS appearance, Panamanian defender Roman Torres has been declared fit to play. … Read the whole story
As a result of U.S. Soccer's move to have players skip the 2016 women's college season to prepare for the Under-20 Women's World Cup … Read the whole story
A solid lead for Red Bulls II, a record shutout streak by Rio Grande Valley FC, and a tie atop the Western Conference were … Read the whole story
"Once a team gets confidence, medium-sized things become little things and little things disappear. When you're not playing well, when you're not getting results, the confidence goes and
medium-sized things become huge and little things become large. So you've got to deal with that, but that's reality as well."
-- Former Seattle Sounders head coach Sigi Schmid on the Sounders' turnaround since he was fired. They are 3-0-1 since he left and they acquired Nicolas Lodeiro, whom Schmid helped sign on the recommendation of Boca Juniors coach Guillermo Barros Schelotto, whom he coached at Columbus. (ESPN FC)
"We have a lot of relationships with the ownership group. We're probably zero or one degree of separation between myself and everyone in the ownership group."
-- Steven Sugarman, chief executive of Banc of California, which signed a naming-rights deal for LAFC's new stadium. His brother is the son-in-law of LAFC's executive chairman, Hollywood producer Peter Guber. (Los Angeles Times)