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Americans Abroad

Americans Abroad Tuesday Rewind: Cameron Carter-Vickers, Tim Ream and more

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Tuesday was a day for Americans in the English Championship, but it certainly wasn't a positive one.

Cameron Carter-Vickers headlined the contingent on Americans Abroad as he played a part on the lone goal conceded in Sheffield United's 1-0 loss to Queens Park Rangers. The finish was far from Carter-Vickers fault, as Chelsea loanee goalkeeper Jamal Blackman came out for a punch and ran over the American central defender.

Americans Abroad Wednesday Rewind: Christian Pulisic, Tim Ream and more

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Wednesday was a frustrating day for Christian Pulisic.

The 19-year-old U.S. Men's National Team midfielder was certainly active on Wednesday, but it wasn't enough for Borussia Dortmund to avoid a 3-1 defeat to Tottenham in UEFA Champions League play. Pulisic saw a goal controversially disallowed due to an offside call while Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang also saw a goal ruled back in the Dortmund defeat.

SBI Americans Abroad Player of the Week: Tim Ream

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Just moments into Saturday's match against Reading, Tim Ream and Fulham were in big trouble. Ream's central partner, Tomas Kalas, was dismissed in the opening minute, paving the way for 89 minutes of Reading attacks. When those attacks were done, though, Ream and Fulham had a point to stand on thanks to the defender's strong performance.

Americans Abroad Midweek Preview: Paul Arriola, Omar Gonzalez, Tim Ream and more

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Before the major European seasons kick off this weekend, cup action takes centerstage in England and Mexico to headline the midweek schedule.

In Mexico, it's time for the next round of Copa MX play as the tournament's group stage continues. After scoring the lone goal in Club Tijuana's opening win, Paul Arriola will look to lead the way again as Xolos face second division side Atlante.

Americans Abroad Midweek Preview: Williams, Ream, Corona and more

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Danny Williams and Tim Ream's push towards the Premier League continues on Tuesday.

After drawing, 1-1, in the first leg of their promotion playoff clash, Williams' Reading faces off with Ream's Fulham on Tuesday to determine who will head to Wembley Stadium with a Premier League spot on the line.

Americans Abroad Weekend Preview: Johnson, Gonzalez, Ream, Lichaj and more

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One U.S. Men's National Team regular could return to action over the weekend while several others look to leadlate-season pushes.

Following an extended absence, Fabian Johnson returned to training this week and could return to the Borussia Monchengladbach lineup for a match with Augsburg.

Americans Abroad Tuesday Rewind: Pulisic, Arriola, Ream and more

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Christian Pulisic stole the show on Tuesday, but several other potential U.S. Men's National Team call-ups also took the field for their respective clubs.

The Borussia Dortmund star led the way with yet another goal, his third in four games, as Borussia Dortmund toppled Sportfruende Lotte, 3-0, in DFB-Pokal play.

Americans Abroad Midweek Preview: Pulisic, Johnson, Gonzalez and more

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World Cup qualifiers are just around the corner as several Americans take the field for midweek action.

In Germany, Christian Pulisic and Fabian Johnson take the field as they look to advance their side in non-league competitions. Pulisic and Borussia Dortmund face DFB-Pokal action on Tuesday against Sportfreunde Lotte while Thursday brings Johnson's Europa League clash with Schalke.

Williams scores in win for Reading

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Danny Williams got a goal in Reading's 3-2 win over Brentford in the Championship and Tim Ream's Fulham beat Nottingham Forest.

Americans Abroad Sunday Rewind: Green, Ream, Brooks and more

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Following the conclusion of the 2. Bundesliga's winter break, Julian Green earned a starting nod in his debut for his new club.

Green started and played the first 45 minutes for Stuttgart on Sunday as the 2. Bundesliga powerhouse slipped past St. Pauli with a 1-0 win. The victory sees the club move into second place, behind leaders Eintracht Braunschweig on goal differential.

Americans Abroad Tuesday Rewind: Williams, Alvarado, Villafana and more

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Tuesday was a good day for Danny Williams, but a poor one for each of the other Americans Abroad to take the field.

In a battle of Americans, Williams emerged victorious, toppling Tim Ream and Fulham, 1-0, in Championship action. The room boosts Reading to third in the league, while Fulham sits all the way in ninth, nine points behind Tuesday's opposition.

Americans Abroad Tuesday Preview: Ream, Williams, Perez and more

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Several Americans Abroad could take the field on Tuesday as the English Championship and cup action headline the schedule.

In England, Americans collide in league play as Danny Williams and Reading host Tim Ream's Fulham. Entering Tuesday, Reading sits fifth in the Championship table, six points ahead of ninth-place Fulham through 26 matches.

Americans Abroad: Saturday Rewind

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An unlikely playerfound his way onto the scoresheet on Saturday, a day that saw a majority of the Americans Abroad take the field.

Tim Ream scored Fulham's lone goal in Fulham's 2-1 loss to Queens Park Rangers. After seeing the goalkeeper parry a shot, Ream pounced on a loose ball in the box.

Americans Abroad: Weekend Preview

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Americans plying their trade in Europe and Mexico will face off against their compatriots this weekend, with battles taking place on both ends of the table.

A German Bundesliga matchup with UEFA Champions League implications will feature an American on either side.Fabian Johnson and BorussiaMoenchengladbach play host to John Brooks and Hertha Berlin on Sunday, with Moenchengladbach in need of a result to continue the fight for next season's Champions League.

Americans Abroad: Weekend Preview

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Tim Ream will be playing in a familiar setting this weekend, though rather than playing for the team where his European career began, he will be playing against it.

Ream will return to Macron Stadium on Saturday to face off against his former side, Bolton, for the first time since leaving the Trotters to join Fulham last summer.

Reaching for a (D) Ream

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It is not sealed as of the time of this post, but I can tell you Fulham are getting very close to swiping Tim Ream right out from under QPR. Stay tuned, it may not be long.- Greg Seltzer

Bruce Arena

What went wrong for USMNT Friday night

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Analysis and thoughts on the World Cup Qualifier between the USMNT and Costa Rica.

Player ratings for US Men’s National Team after 0-2 loss to Costa Rica

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The United States’ World Cup qualification campaign suffered a massive blow on Friday night, as Costa Rica ended the Americans’ fourteen-game unbeaten run under Bruce Arena with a comprehensive 2-0 win at Red Bull Arena. Here are the player ratings.

Tim Howard, 3: The U.

Shorthanded USMNT defense doesn't pass test against Costa Rica

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Bruce Arena was forced into making some big decisions on Friday night. His starting right back, DeAndre Yedlin, didn't recover in time to join the U.S. Men's National Team squad. His starting centerback, John Brooks, will miss the remainder of qualifying with an injury of his own.

Knowing that, two changes were required in the USMNT backline.

Bruce Arena confident in USMNT centerback group despite absence of John Brooks

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The U.S. Men's National Team is missing a key piece in the heart of the defense, but Bruce Arena is plenty confident with the group he has assembled to anchor the backline heading into two difficult World Cup qualifiers.

John Brooks' injury is certainly a big one for the USMNT.

DaMarcus Beasley competing for chance at fifth World Cup with USMNT

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"It's like having grandpa around, really," said Tim Ream

"He brings experience," said Bruce Arena.

DeMarcus Beasley is far from the qualifying age for AARP but in soccer years he is unique. The 35-year-old U.S. Men's National Team fullback is a candidate to start on Friday against Costa Rica in the World Cup qualifier at Red Bull Arena.

USMNT vs. Mexico: Your Live Commentary

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Bruce Arena vowed there would be changes to the U.S. Men's National Team lineup, and there definitely are. In fact, Arena made seven switches from Thursday's squad that knocked off Trinidad and Tobago 2-0.

Christian Pulisic, Michael Bradley, Geoff Cameron and DeAndre Yedlin are the only holdovers from the home victory on Thursday night.

USMNT vs. Panama: Your Live Commentary

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Following Friday's 6-0 destruction of Honduras, the U.S. Men's National Team turns its focus towards Panama as World Cup qualifying continues.

The U.S. travels to Panama for Tuesday night's clash, which could see Bruce Arena and co. jump all the way to third in the Hexagonal standings.

USOC final tickets on sale, notes from Curtin’s presser ahead of Montreal, more news

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Tickets for US Open Cup final now on general sale. Notes from Jim Curtin's weekly press conference, including facing Drogba, injury report, and Fabinho getting a green card. More news.

Philadelphia Union

Union bits, Academy results, Conference semifinals results, more

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News and such.

Monday Morning Game Changers: Tranquillo Barnetta's Union Career Didn't Start Calmly #DOOP

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Every week we "Monday morning manage" the previous Philadelphia Union games, talking about the major points in the game that changed momentum, led to goals and won or lost the points for the Union. This week, we analyze how the Red Bulls got revenge for the USOC game.

An exciting few weeks saw a great win in the U.

Major League Soccer

5 summer transfers for MLS to consider

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From James Rodriguez, to Chicharito, to former MLS player Tim Ream there are options worth considering for MLS teams this summer.

Young star Matt Miazga is attracting attention from big European clubs

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New York Red Bulls are quickly becoming the team in Major League Soccer to churn out quality, American center-backs.

First it was Tim Ream to come through the Red Bulls before joining Bolton Wanderers, where he has enjoyed personal success, winning the club's Player of the Year Award two years running.

Young star Matt Miazga is attracting attention from big European clubs

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New York Red Bulls are quickly becoming the team in Major League Soccer to churn out quality, American center-backs.

First it was Tim Ream to come through the Red Bulls before joining Bolton Wanderers, where he has enjoyed personal success, winning the club's Player of the Year Award two years running.

Puerto Rico

USMNT earn 3-1 victory in friendly vs. Puerto Rico

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It was a fairly easy victory for the US national team in their Copa America warm-up match against Puerto Rico.

In their first Copa America warm-up match, the United States national team picked up a relatively easy 3-1 victory over Puerto Rico in Bayamón. Playing against the 152nd-best team in the world, Jurgen Klinsmann gave a number of young newcomers time on the field, and many impressed.

USA beat Puerto Rico in Copa America warm-up

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Miami (AFP) Bobby Wood, Tim Ream and Paul Arriola scored to give the United States a 3-1 victory at Puerto Rico in an international friendly on Sunday.

In their opening tune-up for next month's Copa America Centenario, the Americans dominated their first-ever match against a team trying to make inroads against the more popular baseball and basketball on the Caribbean island.

USA beat Puerto Rico in Copa America warm-up

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Miami (AFP) Bobby Wood, Tim Ream and Paul Arriola scored to give the United States a 3-1 victory at Puerto Rico in an international friendly on Sunday.

In their opening tune-up for next month's Copa America Centenario, the Americans dominated their first-ever match against a team trying to make inroads against the more popular baseball and basketball on the Caribbean island.

United States 3, Puerto Rico 1 - Bobby Wood Scores as Youngsters Shine in Friendly

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With Copa America a few weeks away and the bulk of the USMNT roster still in MLS, it meant a chance for a lot of youngsters to prove themselves.

With only eight players available for the United States on their Copa America roster, this friendly was a chance for some fringe players to make their way back into the USMNT fold or get their debuts.

USA vs. Puerto Rico, 2016 friendly: Time, TV schedule and live stream

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The USMNT - or some semblance thereof - faces an exhibition against a very young Puerto Rican side

It's safe to say that today's United States vs. Puerto Rico match is a strange one. The USMNT just announced their roster for the Copa America Centenario, but it's not the same roster that will be available for today's game.

Brad Guzan

Some Soccer News for Nov 13, 2015

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SPECIAL: Say Goodbye to the Sweetwater - Fri Nov 13 USA v St Vincent (5:30pm CT) and Tue Nov 17 USA v Trinidad + Tobago (5:25pm CT). Be There. (Closing forever at end of November)
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I think we had a very, very good game actually against Mexico.
-USA head coach Jurgen Klinsmann

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USA CONCACAF WORLD CUP QUALIFYING

The first 2 games are here:
Rd 4 Game 1 Group C
-Fri Nov 13
USA v St Vincent + The Grenadines - 5:30pm CT at Busch Stadium in St Louis, Missouri on ESPN2
Rd 4 Game 2 Group C
-Tue Nov 17
Trinidad + Tobago v USA - 5:25pm at Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port-Of-Spain, Trinidad on beIN Sports

USA Roster:
G: Brad Guzan, Bill Hamid, Tim Howard
D: Ventura Alvarado, Matt Besler, Geoff, Cameron, Fabian Johnson, Matt Miazga, Michael Orozco, Tim Ream, Brek Shea
M: Kyle Beckerman, Michael Bradley, Mix Diskerud, Miguel Ibarra, Jermaine Jones, Darlington Nagbe, DeAndre Yedlin
F: Jozy Altidore, Alan Gordon, Jordan Morris, Bobby Wood, Gyasi Zardes

A preview of St Vincent + The Grenadines' squad.

USA vs. Haiti Gold Cup player ratings

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The US clinched its Gold Cup group last night with a 1-0 win over Haiti, but did little to soothe the fears surrounding this team after its first match against Honduras.

Here are the player ratings for both teams.

USA

Brad Guzan, 8 – Guzan looked every bit the part of international number one, making a big second half stop, commanding his area, and distributing well.

USA vs. Haiti Gold Cup player ratings

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The US clinched its Gold Cup group last night with a 1-0 win over Haiti, but did little to soothe the fears surrounding this team after its first match against Honduras.

Here are the player ratings for both teams.

USA

Brad Guzan, 8 – Guzan looked every bit the part of international number one, making a big second half stop, commanding his area, and distributing well.

Jurgen Klinsmann Announces USMNT 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup Roster

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Klinsmann has whittled the United States' 35-man roster down to a 23-man roster as the USMNT begin their quest to the Final at Lincoln Financial Field.

USMNT manager Jürgen Klinsmann released the final 23-man roster for this summer's CONCACAF Gold Cup. This roster is classic Klinsmann in that many of the selections make sense, while a few of the decisions leave you scratching your head.

The Rest

T:Ream – Things can only get better

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Sorry. It was that obvious. I couldn't not.

Tim Ream joins, and re-establishes Fulham's link with American players, and let's face it, it's been a fruitful link.

Hurray. He's been supporters' player of the year twice and plays for America. He looks like a CB, and is 6'1′, but people understandably want him to be a left-back.

QPR agree £1.4 million deal for US defender Tim Ream

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Defender Tim Ream is expected to complete his move to QPR from Bolton on Thursday.

Rangers have agreed a fee of £1.4 million with Wanderers for the United States international and appear to have won the race for his signature ahead of London rivals Fulham, who had an approach turned down earlier this week.