Over its first 24 years, the LA Galaxy has had its share of Mexico stars, but none of the star power of Javier Hernandez. Read the whole story
The unsettled German didn't get the new contract he coveted from Atlanta United. Instead, he was traded to D.C. United. Read the whole story
FC Cincinnati acquired 31-year-old Dutch midfielder Siem de Jong on a free transfer from Dutch club Ajax. Read the whole story
"All the time I look back, and it's a different place that I go back to. Sometimes it's Glacier. Sometimes it's the Tetons. Sometimes it's some random stretch of road in Texas for some reason. These
random moments stick out."
-- Brad Evans, who played 12 seasons in MLS and made 27 appearances with the U.S. men's national team, on retirement that took him and wife, Becky, to 20 different national parks in an Airstream trailer they bought as he considered embarking on a second career. (The Athletic)
Despite the Gunners playing a man down, the 18-year-old Brazilian scored in the 2-2 tie with Chelsea. Read the whole story
The SMU women's coach will lead the USA against China, Norway and the Netherlands in Lakewood Ranch, Florida. Read the whole story
Katie Schoepfer, who played in the WPS and NWSL, will lead the camp and has called up 28 players. Read the whole story
1. FC Tucson named New Mexico United chief operating officer Amanda Powers as the club's first-ever president. She is the second female club president in U.S.
men's pro soccer history. During Powers' tenure with New Mexico United, its first in the USL Championship, it led the league in attendance as well as ticket and merchandise sales.
2. Virginia men's assistant coach Ryan Hopkins has accepted the head coaching position at San Diego State. He spent the past two seasons with the Cavaliers, who had a 21-2-1 record in 2019 and finished second in the NCAA Tournamenrt behind Georgetown. Before coming to Virginia, Hopkins spent five years at Denver.
3. Rusty Oglesby has been elected to the United Soccer Coaches' board of directors. Oglesby, the boys head coach at John Paul II High School in Plano, Texas, and general manager of the NPSL's Denton Diablos, will serve a six-year term on the United Soccer Coaches board. He will hold the title of vice president for four years before serving one year each as president and immediate past president.