The 24-year-old Atlanta United defender should get his first extended run with the USA at the Gold Cup. Read the whole story
1. Moses Nyeman (17, D.C. United). Already matched 2020 totals with five starts.
2. Justin Che (17, FC Dallas). Made first MLS start on Wednesday.
3. Cade Cowell (17, San Jose Earthquakes). Two goals, three assists in 10 games.
4. Jonathan Gomez (17, Louisville City). Only USL player on list.
5. Caden Clark (18, NY Red Bulls). Headed to RB Leipzig in 2022.
6. Kevin Paredes (18, D.C. United). Already made 22 MLS appearances.
7. Ricardo Pepi (18, FC Dallas). Tied for team lead with two goals.
8. Gianluca Busio (19, Sporting KC). One of only two MLS players with 11 starts.
9. George Bello (19, Atlanta United). First choice at left back last two seasons.
10. Tanner Tessmann (19, FC Dallas). Youngest player on U.S. U-23s.
The loss dropped the Herons' record to 2-6-2, but you'd have never gauged the outcome by Phil Neville's reaction after the 2-1 loss. Read the whole story
1. Portugal vs. Germany (ESPN), 1,826,000
2. France vs. Germany (ESPN), 1,545,000
3. England vs. Scotland (ESPN), 1,539,000
4. Spain vs. Poland (ABC), 1,511,000
5. Belgium vs. Russia (ABC), 1,374,000
For coaches looking for a fun way to combine skill work and competition, check this out from the U.S. men's national team. Read the whole story
1. From North Florida to national hero: How Kasper Hjulmand became Denmark's emotional leader By Sam Stejskal and Morten Glinvad (The Athletic)
2. The two Ciro Immobiles By Rory Smith (New York Times)
3. Des Moines metro projects, including soccer stadium, score $50 million in state aid By Perry Beeman (Iowa Capital Dispatch)
Instead of World Cup Lite on a crowded Olympic stage, why not have an Americas-Asia-Africa Women's Championship? Read the whole story