Soccer America Daily
Thursday, August 26, 2021
  • U.S. men's national team roster revealed

    U.S. national team coach Gregg Berhalter named a 26-player roster for the three World Cup qualifiers in September. Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying: Ricardo Pepi

    “I want to start by saying that I am a Mexican-American and that I am super proud of my heritage. It’s something that will never be taken away from me, no matter what national team I play for. I made this decision because I felt the USA trusts me and I think that’s due to  [U.S. national team coach] Gregg Berhalter and how he emphasized this to me. I had good talks with Gregg and I feel I can make an impact with the USA and help this national team really do something special now and in the future.”

    -- FC Dallas forward Ricardo Pepi, 18, on accepting a call-up from the USA over Mexico for the September World Cup qualifiers. He grew up in El Paso, Texas, on the U.S.-Mexico border and played for both the U.S. and Mexico youth national teams before representing the USA at the 2019 U-17 World Cup in Brazil. (FCDallas.com)

  • Octagonal: Honduras will be without Alberth Elis for September qualifiers

    Honduras, which will host the USA on Sept. 8, released its 26-player squad, which includes 10 current or former MLS players. Read the whole story

  • Summer moves: USMNT players (September roster)

    Transfers:
    1. Konrad de la Fuente, Barcelona (ESP) to Marseille (FRA)
    2. Josh Sargent, Werder Bremen (GER) to Norwich City (ENG)
    Permanent transfer (after loan):
    3. Jordan Pefok, Rennes (FRA) to Young Boys (SUI)
    Free transfer:

    4. Ethan Horvath, Club Brugge (BEL) to Nottingham Forest (ENG D2)

  • El Salvador rises with help from up north: Hugo and Gerson Perez eye World Cup qualifying

    Progress under Hugo Perez, whose son Gerson serves as an assistant, has accelerated El Salvador's revival project. Read the whole story

  • Datebook: World Cup 2022 Qualifying (September)

    Sept. 2.  El Salvador vs. USA, 10 pm. (CBS Sports Network, Paramount+, Universo)
    Sept. 5. USA vs. Canada in Nashville, Tenn., 8 pm. (FS1, UniMás, TUDN)
    Sept. 8. Honduras vs. USA, 10 pm. (Paramount+, Universo)