EXTRA TIME
by BRIAN SCIARETTA
January 5, 2011

Corea after scoring versus Costa Rica
Former US Under-17 international Dustin Corea is caught in the center of a fight that has jeopardized soccer in El Salvador.

Corea, 18, is both an American and El Salvadorian citizen who previously played for the US U-17 national team in U-17 World Cup qualifying. On April 25, 2009 he took part in the US U-17s' 3-0 victory over Honduras when he came on as a second half substitute.
by CLINT WADDELL
January 5, 2011

Jones' time at Schalke is seemingly over
Jermaine Jones may have already played his last game for Schalke 04.

The American midfielder has been playing with Schalke's second team for over a month now and wasn't included in the squad that went to winter training camp in Belek, Turkey.
by JAMIE HILL
January 4, 2011

Torres in action with Pachuca
The first half of the Mexican season wrapped up in early December when Monterrey bested Santos Laguna for the Apertura crown. After a one month break, the Primera Division stands ready to kick back into action.

The cast of characters who will be competing under the American banner will be a familiar crew, albeit one with a few significant changes.
by CHAD WINGER
December 31, 2010

Guzan will likely earn his first European league start soon
Aston Villa backup Brad Guzan will head east for the next month as the Tigers of Hull City have reached a deal with the Villans.

Guzan, 26, will replace injured Vito Mannone for the Championship team, as the Italian has returned to Arsenal with a thigh problem.
by JAMIE HILL
December 22, 2010

Did Bradley overlook Hunter Freeman?
Often, the rosters of US national team camps are as notable for the players omitted as they are for players included. Bob Bradley's 24-man January camp is no exception.

So when the boys in red, white, and blue convene in Carson, CA to prepare for the friendly against Chile, which players will have the right to brood at home over their snub?
by BRIAN SCIARETTA
December 15, 2010

Wenger likes the potential in the US
According to reports, English Premier League perennial power Arsenal are weighing the possibility of opening a major training academy in the United States that would focus on developing young American players to benefit the club.

English website express.co.uk released a report today that said that the plan has been initiated by American Arsenal director Stan Kroenke.
by MICHAEL ADUBATO
December 8, 2010

Dempsey may be reunited with Roy Hodgson
With the "silly season" less then a month away, the rumors in the British press have already started, and one is regarding American international Clint Dempsey.

Liverpool head honcho Roy Hodgson, who abandoned the Craven Cottage faithful for the brighter lights on Merseyside, seems to need help after Liverpool, who have become accustomed to top five finishes in the Premiership, have struggled to find goals. The Scousers have only scored 17 net-benders after 15 league games.
by CLINT WADDELL
December 1, 2010

Jones is now with the Schalke reserves
American midfielder Jermaine Jones has been suspended from the first team along with defender Hans Sarpei and midfielder Alexander Baumjohann.

The three players will be training with Schalke's amateur team in the 4. Bundesliga until the winter break.
by JAMIE HILL
November 29, 2010

Etchu Tabe is Veikkausliiga-bound.
Etchu Tabe will be playing first division soccer once again in 2011. The Cameroonian-American defender signed a contract extension with Finnish club RoPS, who recently earned promotion to the Veikkausliiga after taking home the second division title.

The former Georgia Southwestern State man began his professional career in neighboring Sweden in 2008 with Ljungskile SK.
by JAMIE HILL
November 16, 2010

Hunter Freeman fueled IK Start's attack.
The 2010 campaign has concluded in Norway and with it the seasons of a number of Americans plying their trade in Europe's far north.

The most accomplished American player in Norway this season was IK Start's Clarence Goodson. The tall, lanky central defender missed some time in the middle of the season due to his inclusion in the US World Cup squad, but his absence did not prevent him from earning strong reviews for his performances.
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