FC Dallas is producing young talent at an unprecedented rate but is on pace for its second-worst season in 26 years. Read the whole story
1. Paxton Pomykal, Sept. 2019 (FC Dallas). Standout for USA at 2019 U-20 World Cup.
2. Jesus Ferreira, Feb. 2020 (FC Dallas). Leads club with 6 assists to go along with 6 goals.
3. Brandon Servania, Feb. 2020 (FC Dallas). Part of pipeline of talent from Alabama.
4. Chris Richards, Nov. 2020 (Hoffenheim). Bayern Munich extended contract until 2025.
5. Tanner Tessmann, Jan. 2021 (Venezia). Offered Clemson football scholarship in 2020.
6. Bryan Reynolds, March 2021 (Roma). Earned transfer after only 15 first-team starts.
7. Ricardo Pepi, Sept. 2021 (FC Dallas). Tied for 4th in MLS with 12 goals in 24 games.
Note: In parentheses is current team.
Sunday, September 19
CF Montreal 2 Chicago 0. (Goals: Quioto 60, own goal 80. Att.: n/a.)
Philadelphia 3 Orlando City 1. (Goals: Wagner 37, Przybylko 61, pen. 89; Ruan 57. Att.: 15,032.)
Portland 2 LAFC 1. (Goals: Asprilla 21, Fochive 68; Arango pen. 27. Att.: 21,311.)
Colorado 1 Vancouver 1. (Goals: Wilson 28; White 41. Att.: 8,454.)
Of the 16 players called up for September qualifiers with games in Europe this weekend, only nine played and only two of them won. Read the whole story
1. Brenden Aaronson scored late in stoppage time to clinch Red Bull Salzburg's 2-0 win over Rapid Vienna, its eighth win in eight games in
the Austrian Bundesliga.
2. Haji Wright is tied for second in goals in the Turkish Super Lig after he scored his fourth goal in five games for Antalyaspor in its 3-2 loss to Besiktas.
3. Gianluca Busio (Venezia) and Nicholas Gioacchini (Montpellier), both 2021 Gold Cup champions, had assists at their new clubs.
A 81st-minute goal from the 26-year-old American gave Dundee United a 1-0 win in the 172nd Dundee derby, which dates back to 1925. Read the whole story
The opening rounds of local qualifying were marred by problems related to registering players. Read the whole story