Soccer America Daily
Saturday, August 10, 2019
  • Americans in Europe: 2019-20 Preview

    Americans have been playing abroad in numbers for a quarter century, but there's never been a group like that which begins the European season. Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying: Pierre Moossa

    "There is so much interest in Christian, and it's obviously very exciting for an American audience, so he is somebody we will focus on. But we also have to find that balance where you have to make sure you are true to the story lines and what is being discussed."

    -- Pierre Moossa, coordinating producer of NBC Sports' Premier League coverage, on how American Christian Pulisic will change the network's coverage. Pulisic is hugely popular among American viewers. In a survey of fans conducted in Boston, 25 percent said he was the one player they were most excited to watch aside from someone on their favorite team, ahead of Harry Kane (12 precent) and Mohamed Salah (9 percent). (Washington Post)

  • Watch: Kyle Martino's Chelsea visit with Christian Pulisic

    Ahead of Chelsea's opener vs. Manchester United on Sunday, Christian Pulisic handles a few questions about his move to the English Premier League. Read the whole story

  • U.S. U-20 World Cup team: Where are they now in Europe?

    Konrad De La Fuente Barcelona Juvenil A/ESP (finished 2018-19 season on same team)
    Sergino Dest Ajax/NED (promoted from Jong Ajax)
    CJ Dos Santos Benfica Sub-23/POR (finished 2018-19 season on same team)
    Chris Gloster Jong PSV/NED D2 (transferred from Hannover 96/GER)
    Richard Ledezma Jong PSV/NED D2 (promoted from PSV O19)
    Ulysses Llanez Wolfsburg U19/GER (first season registered)
    Alex Mendez Jong Ajax/NED D2 (transferred from Freiburg/GER)
    Chris Richards Bayern Munich II/GER D3 (promoted from Bayern Munich U19)
    Brady Scott FC Cologne/GER (promoted from FC Cologne II)
    Sebastian Soto Hannover 96/GER D2 (finished 2018-19 season on same team)
    Tim Weah Lille/FRA (transferred from Paris St. Germain/FRA)

  • Chris Gloster parlays strong U-20 World Cup into transfer to PSV

    The starting left back is the third member of the 2019 U.S. U-20 World Cup team to parlay his strong performance into a transfer. Read the whole story

  • Youth Movement: Five players to watch in Europe

    Taylor Booth (2001), Bayern Munich/GER (Impressed with Bayern U19 in spring)
    Nico Hansen (2001), Everton/ENG (Recently given first pro contract, a two-year deal)
    Matthew Hoppe (2001), Schalke 04/GER (29 goals in 20 DA games for Barca Academy)
    Joshua Pynadath (2002), Ajax/NED (Made jump to and now starting for Ajax's O19)
    Gio Reyna (2002), Bor. Dortmund/GER (Spent much of preseason with BVB's first team)
    Note: In parentheses is birth year.

  • UEFA Women's Champions League: Clubs load up on Americans for qualifying

    The stars were Krystyna Freda and Myra Delgadillo with hat tricks for their Cypriot and Serbian teams. Read the whole story