The National Soccer Hall of Famer fills the position previously held by Earnie Stewart, now U.S. Soccer's sporting director. Read the whole story
Pulisic will be out of action at Chelsea for several weeks after being injured in training for last Sunday's FA Cup match. Read the whole story
"This morning, I woke up, went into the kitchen, made a coffee for my missus, made myself a cup of tea and food for the dog. It is raining like crazy and I am standing in the garden with the dog.
That is how it is."
-- Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp, saying there is nothing special about his life as the Reds are on the threshold of breaking a European record. They have 19 wins and one tie in their first 20 games and a win over Tottenham will give them 61 points in their first 21 games, something no other team in one of Europe's biggest leagues has ever earned. (Telegraph)
After a 4-21-9, the worst record in their history, in 2018, the Quakes rebounded under Matias Almeyda before a late-season collapse. Read the whole story
GM Mike Jacobs and Nashville SC fans drove 300 miles to greet Jack Maher at his Illinois home upon the Indiana defender being picked. Read the whole story
Sporting Kansas City acquired 25-year-old central midfielder Gadi Kinda on a one-year loan from Israeli club Beitar Jerusalem. Read the whole story
Inter Miami. John McCarthy (Tampa Bay), Denso Ulysse (Tacoma), George Acosta (Austin), Julian Kiesewetter (El Paso).
LAFC. Danny Musovski (Reno 1868).
Nashville SC. Ken Tribbett, Taylor Washington, Derrick Jones, Matt LaGrassa, Cameron Lancaster, Daniel Rios, Alan Winn (all Nashville SC).
NY Red Bulls. Jared Stroud, Chris Lema (both NY Red Bulls II).
Orlando City. Jordan Bender (Orlando City B),
Real Salt Lake. Maikel Chang (Real Monarchs), Alvin Jones (OKC Energy FC).
Sporting KC. Amadou Dia (Phoenix).
North Carolina gets the rights to Hailie Mace, who joined Rosengard in Sweden last season instead of playing in New Jersey. Read the whole story