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by BRIAN SCIARETTA
May 24, 2011

Starikov scored against Zenit
This past weekend saw four YA's shine for their clubs abroad in important situations.

Alejandro Bedoya
by BRIAN SCIARETTA
May 20, 2011

Could US players be headed to Roma?
In the last few days there are been lots of reports saying that Italian club AS Roma are interested in acquiring an American player to join their club next year. The driving reason for this is that the powerful club has come under new American ownership lead by Thomas DiBenedetto.

So far many American names have been rumored and the most notable have been Landon Donovan, Michael Bradley, Juan Agudelo, Timothy Chandler, Sacha Kljestan, and Brad Guzan.
by DAVID SMITH
May 14, 2011

More injury problems for the big man
In a season finale which almost seems scripted for high drama, reigning Dutch Eredivisie champs FC Twente Enschede will take on traditional powerhouse Ajax Amsterdam on Sunday in a winner-takes-all contest for the league title.

Unfortunately, as the game approaches, the likelihood of American defender Oguchi Onyewu to even be available for Twente is dwindling by the hour.
by BRIAN SCIARETTA
May 11, 2011

Several new faces have emerged
As the US U-20 national team heads to France to begin what is essentially the first camp of the 2013 cycle, many interesting storylines have emerged with the roster that was named.

The most important area to note is that the battle for talented dual nationals continues. The US U-20 team in France will consist of several key dual nationals are likely to have options with other countries. Their inclusion on this team shows the US is ahead of the curve.
by DAVID SMITH
May 6, 2011

Gale now faces uncertainty at Djurgarden
Heading into the 2011 Swedish Allsvenskan season, US U-20 back-line fixture and once-capped senior international Gale Agbossoumonde looked to have finally landed himself in a stable, supportive club situation at Djurgardens IF after more than a year of frustrating uncertainty.

As one of the most promising back-line prospects in the US system, the much-heralded, yet largely unpolished 19 year-old Togolese born central defender was widely believed to be only a regular starting role away from breaking out both at the club and international level.
by JAMIE HILL
April 28, 2011

Chandler out with foot injury
FC Nürnberg announced on their website Thursday that Timmy Chandler has incurred a foot injury. The 21 year-old suffered a laceration to the instep of his right foot during training and will miss the team's daunting trip on Saturday to league leaders Borussia Dortmund.

The right back will likely be replaced by Juri Judt, the Kazakhstan-born German whom Chandler supplanted in the starting lineup earlier this spring. It is unclear whether the injury could cause him to miss any more time in the coming weeks.
by BRIAN SCIARETTA
April 13, 2011

Findley hopes to play in May.
Nottingham Forest today announced that US international forward Robbie Findley has returned to full training and could see playing time before the end of the season.

Soon after Findley signed with the club he tore a muscle in this thigh and then had to battle a problem with his Achilles tendon during his recovery.
by YA STAFF
April 8, 2011

Stevens (blue shirt) with FC Buffalo
Midfielder Daniel Stevens is the latest yank to join a team in Finland after signing a contract with Ykkonen club Kemi Kings.

Stevens had been pursuing opportunities with teams in Norway but was unable to secure a deal with a club.
by YA STAFF
March 31, 2011

Restrepo stood tall for America
America de Cali goalkeeper Diego Restrepo earned his first professional win in a victory over Pasto on Wednesday in the Copa Postobon otherwise known as the Copa Colombia.

The competition consists of the clubs in Colombia's DIMAYOR spanning both the Primera A and Primera B divisions.
by KENYA BROWN
March 31, 2011

Earnie Stewart at the 1994 World Cup
Former US national team standouts Earnie Stewart, Cobi Jones and Eddie Pope have earned the esteemed honor of being selected to the National Soccer Hall of Fame's Class of 2011.

Stewart, the Director of Soccer for Dutch Eredivisie side AZ Alkmaar, is best remembered for scoring the game-winning goal against a heavily favored Colombian national team at the 1994 World Cup.
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