Report says partnership between Union and Deltona "appears likely" to be ending. Drexel and Penn claim conference championship. Area high schools are state champs. AI releases damning report on working conditions in Qatar. More.
Union manager John Hackworth laid out his offseason plan to PSP, breaking down his team's offseason needs, which players are returning (or not), designated player prospects, recent scouting trips to Europe and South America, and plans to fix the midfield.
Hackworth on options to replace suspended Okugo, will McInerney start, status of Kleberson. Daniel and Gaddis still questionable for Saturday. Donovan stays at LA with new deal. AO and USSF say reports of AO Seattle takeover untrue.
More than a month into his signing with the Philadelphia Union, former World Cup-winning midfielder Kleberson has yet to make a starting lineup.
The 33-year-old Brazilian, acquired on March 25 from Bahia in exchange for Freddy Adu, has made two substitute appearances for the Union since the move, but manager John Hackworth has remained coy on whether Kleberson will be in the starting lineup in the coming weeks.
Hack says Saturday's draw feels like a loss. More quotes and reports from the game. Cristhian Hernandez assists Harrisburg's stoppage time winner. US knocked out of CONCACAF U-17 Championship quarterfinals. More news.
Amobi Okugo says Union's young veterans must be leaders, playing center back has grown on him. Power rankings roundup. Union partners with Redbox. West Chester United knocked out of USOC qualifying. More.
PSP provides some of the missing details on the Freddy Adu-Kleberson deal after talking to Adu's agent and the Union. PSP also provides a bit of an autopsy as Adu's chapter in the Union book finally closes.
Sheanon Williams says Boston will bounce back. Sports Illustrated sees McInereny's as MVP, Gold Cup potential. Kleberson says his debut felt good, praises fans. Danny Califf says his future could be in Philly.
FIFA says no to Costa RIca protest. Reports on Adu deal. Donovan back with LA. USA v Mexico news & previews. Are UEFA financial fair play rules legal? Poisonous snakes invade pitch in India. Comic strip. More.
Gabriel Farfan played ten minutes in Chivas' loss to Seattle on Wednesday, seeing his first game action since August 11th, when he was red carded and subsequently suspended for a challenge on Colorado's Shane O'Neill.
Freddy Adu wasn't in the team as Bahia lost to Cruzeiro by a score of 3-1 at home.
Alajuelense played a hell of a game, but still lost to Sporting San Miguelito 0-1. The Costa Rican side were extremely dangerous for the full 90 minutes, but San Miguelito 'keeper Alex Rodriguez would not let LDA imPEDe (so, so sorry) the Panamanian club's CCL run. With Club América being the third club in the group, Alajuelense's campaign may have ended before it even began.
Terrence Boyd capped his first year as a pro in dream fashion on Sunday, assisting on a goal before scoring one of his ownin Rapid Vienna's 3-0 victory over SV Josko Ried. Boyd's tally was the final strike in the club's season finale and it raised his goal-scoring total to 17 across all competitions, with 13 of those coming in league play for third-placed Rapid Vienna.
Freddy Adu may not have to wait much longer to make his Bahia debut.
Adu was named to Bahia's 18-man game-day roster for their road fixture against Juazeirense on Sunday, and the Brazilian Cup match could see Adu get his first taste of action since joining the club last month.
Big time wattage! Olmes Garcia...near the head of the glass
Each year, MLS asks media to vote on the top 24 players under 24 years-old. They started the tradition back in 1981 when Freddy Adu took the top spot. The jury is still out on that one. Here's last year's ratings.
There are four categories to rank the players and it's an admittedly difficult process as it's possible to get as few as five observations of a single player so much can and should be discounted.
Which story D.C. United's 2013 season most resonated with the fanbase? Let's find out!
The Benny Awards continue, with today's award named after one of the most infamous members of D.C. United: Freddy Adu. You all know the story of the "next Pele" who signed with MLS when he was 14 and since then has appeared on 9 different teams in the next 10 years.
Freddy Adu and his denim vests must now find a new home. Lance!Net in Brazil are reporting that Esporte Clube Bahia will not renew Adu's contract, which is set to expire at the end of the year. Since joining the Brazilian club back in April, Adu hasn't even donned that tricolored jersey for a total of an hour.