EXTRA TIME
by CLINT WADDELL
May 10, 2010

Three more years in Frankfurt for Clark
Following their last game of the Bundesliga season, Eintracht Frankfurt's CEO Heribert Bruchhagen stated that the team would be extending Ricardo Clark's contract, binding the American midfielder to the club for the next three years. Club officials will be making an official statement on Monday.

Clark joined Frankfurt during the winter transfer period and initially had a contract for the rest of the season, with an option for an additional three years. It took three months before Clark would see his first minutes of action due to problems with fitness and a nagging calf injury. He did, however, start each of the team's last three games of the season and was able to win the confidence of the coaching staff and management.
by YA STAFF
May 4, 2010

Davies' comeback hopes are still alive
Sochaux have denied a report coming out of French sports daily, L'Equipe, suggesting Sochaux doctors have ruled out Charlie Davies for the World Cup this Summer.

The original article stated that Sochaux medical staff did not expect Davies to recover full fitness come June, a claim that has been rejected by club officials.
by BRIAN SCIARETTA
April 26, 2010

Martin is breaking new ground in China
Over the weekend Lyle Martin made history by becoming both the first American to play in the Chinese Super League and also the first American to score in the league as well.

With the match between Shaanxi Chanba and Shenzhen tied at 2-2 in the 89th minute, Martin scored for Shaanxi Chanba in the final minute of the game to lift his club to their first win of the season.
by BRIAN SCIARETTA
April 26, 2010

A second incident for Altidore at Hull
Jozy Altidore saw his English Premier League season and his season-long loan to Hull City end under very unfortunate circumstances on Saturday in their game against Sunderland.

Shortly before halftime, Sunderland's Alan Hutton and Altidore challenged for a ball near the sideline. After the ball rolled out of play, Hutton picked the ball up and threw it at Altidore who was still lying on the ground.
by BRIAN SCIARETTA
April 14, 2010

Rongen looking at overseas-based U-20ers
Over the next few weeks, US U20 head coach Thomas Rongen will be looking to finalize his roster for the International Cor Groenewegen Tournament which starts next month in Holland.

One thing that is very clear is that Rongen will be looking to use this tournament to evaluate many players who are currently based in Europe.
by BRIAN SCIARETTA
April 11, 2010

Foreign-based U-20ers get their shot
After recently having competed in the Dallas Cup, the US U20 national team's next competition will be the Cor Groenewegen Tournament in Uitgeest, Holland starting on May 22.

The schedule for the tournament is unknown at this time but the US has been drawn into the Pool B of the 12 team tournament.
by BRIAN SCIARETTA
April 8, 2010

Dempsey out of Europa League clash
Clint Dempsey will miss at least today's UEFA game against Wolfsburg and this weekend's Premier League game against Liverpool because of a thigh injury he sustained in the final minutes of Sunday's game against Wigan.

The club reported on its website that Dempsey was injured in the final minute of the game against Wigan when he was challenged in the penalty area on a play where no foul was called.
by BRIAN SCIARETTA
April 2, 2010

Ching hurt tonight in MLS action
Houston Dynamo and US National Team forward Brian Ching was subbed out in the first half of the Dynamo's game against Real Salt Lake tonight after suffering a left leg injury.

The Hawaiian-born striker limped off the field and the injury at first appeared to be serious. After the game the injury was diagnosed as a strained left hamstring. The team hopes to have a better idea on Friday of how long Ching will be out.
by JOHN KRETLOW
March 25, 2010

Mallon spent a week with the Latics
Oldham Athletic confirmed that American left-back James Mallon trained with the club this week.

The 21-year-old currently plays collegiately for Randolph Macon College in Virginia and reports out of England this week spoke of the player's training with the Latics.
by BRIAN SCIARETTA
March 25, 2010

Maisonneuve will be an assistant coach in Dallas
As the US Under-20 national team prepares for the Dallas Cup, head coach Thomas Rongen will be assisted by another long time veteran of US soccer. In Dallas, US midfielder and World Cup veteran Brian Maisonneuve will rejoin Rongen and serve as assistant coach.

Last month Eric Wynalda was the assistant coach for the U20 team during the Copa Chivas tournament in Mexico. In previous cycles Rongen has used former players such as Tab Ramos, Marcelo Balboa and Hugo Perez.
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