Soccer America Daily
Monday, May 29, 2023
  • Americans Abroad: Bundesliga 2022-23

    1. Joe Scally, 20 (Bor. M'Gladbach, 10th), 2208 minutes
    2. Jordan Pefok, 27 (Union Berlin, 4th), 1358 minutes, 4 goals, 4 assists
    3. John Brooks, 30 (Hoffenheim, 12th), 1350 minutes
    4. *Gio Reyna, 20 (Bor. Dortmund, 2nd), 625 minutes, 7 goals, 2 assists
    5. Kevin Paredes, 20 (Wolfsburg, 8th), 529 minutes, 1 goal, 3 assists
    6. Paxten Aaronson, 19 (Ein. Frankfurt, 7th), 173 minutes
    7. Ricardo Pepi, 20 (Augsburg, 15th), 95 minutes
    8. Timothy Chandler, 33 (Ein. Frankfurt, 7th), 86 minutes
    *Reyna's G+A/90 minutes is 1.30, third among all players with 500+ minutes in Europe's big 5 leagues behind only Erling Haaland (Man. City, 1.43) and Neymar (Paris SG, 1.40).
    Note: Justin Che (Hoffenheim) and Caden Clark (RB Leipzig) dressed but did not play.

  • 'No happy ending' for tearful Dortmund

    A stumble on the final day of the Bundesliga season gave Bayern Munich an 11th straight Bundesliga crown. Read the whole story

  • Watch (Relegation Agony): Leeds United and Leicester City drop from EPL

    The team that started the season with American Jesse Marsch at the helm went down hard. Read the whole story

  • Nashville SC's Hany Mukhtar remains MLS's hottest player

    The 2022 MLS MVP had a goal and an assist in Nashville's 3-1 win over Columbus before a home sellout crowd of 30,109. Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying: Wayne Rooney

    "I wish I had 11 [subs available to make]. I had to keep the two [others] in case of injuries."

    -- D.C. United coach Wayne Rooney on his late first-half triple substitution -- pulling Ted Ku-Dipietro, Chris Durkin and Gaoussou Samake for Taxi Fountas, Andy Najar and Pedro Santos -- in the 1-0 loss at last-place Eastern Conference team Toronto FC, a statement to the team, he said, that "I didn't like the first half at all." It marked the first time an MLS team subbed three players in the first half since 2013 and just the third time in league history. (

  • Under-20 Men's World Cup: USA will face New Zealand in round of 16

    The complete round-of-16 schedule in Argentina, plus group standings and all match highlights. Read the whole story

  • Result: Concacaf Under-20 Women's Championship

    May 28 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
    USA 4 Jamaica 0. Goals: Dahlien 10, 47, 79, Dellarose 49.
    USA -- Amaral; King (Thompson, 46), Emri (Evans, 66), Klenke, Dellarose; Aikey (Lemos, 55), Martinho, Cook (Flammia, 46); Gamero (Sentnor, 55), Dahlien, Cagle.
    Jamaica -- Brooks, Akelia Johnson, Lewis, Butts, Richards; Powell (Lue, 57), Avery Johnson, Buckley, Raghunandanan (Fraser, 66); Van Zanten, Atkinson (Smith, 80)
    Yellow Cards: Jamaica -- Akelia Johnson 31, Powell 35. Red Cards: None.
    Referee: Astrid Gramajo (Guatemala), ARs: Mijensa Rensch (Suriname), Mayra Mora (Mexico). 4th Official: Katia Garcia (Mexico). VAR: Francia Gonzalez (Mexico). AVAR1: Selvin Brown (Honduras).
    Attendance: 50.
     Madeline Dahlien's hat trick came in her first U-20 cap.

  • NWSL Weekend: Megan Rapinoe ignites OL Reign win with three assists in span of 21 minutes

    OL Reign rebounded from back-to-back losses to beat Angel City FC, 4-1, and join three other teams one point behind leader Gotham FC. Read the whole story

  • USL Championship: Weekend report

    Charleston and Sac Republic FC maintained their conference leads with wins. Read the whole story

  • Luton completes fairytale rise to Premier League riches

    The Hatters secured a fourth promotion in 10 seasons, this one estimated to be worth around $210 million. Read the whole story

  • Monday morning: What we're reading (and listening to)

    1. Everton's 'horrible day' ends in Premier League survival but there's work to be done By Mark Ogden (ESPN)
    Kylian Mbappe confirms desire to remain at PSG next season: ‘I’m very happy. I will be there’ By Peter Rutzler (The Athletic)
    3. Emergency surgery to Chelsea glory: Emma Hayes’ extraordinary season By Suzanne Wrack (Guardian)