A short midweek round of six MLS games saw a surprisingly large number of players aiming for the USMNT take the field, so we’ll take a peek at who stood out or, in most cases this week, blended into the background of mediocrity.
With just over four excruciating months of waiting before the USMNT kicks off their World Cup campaign against Wales, we will once again dive into the performances of the MLS-based players eyeing a spot on the 26-man roster.
With the MLS season in the thick of the summer action and the next round of USMNT games still several months away, we’ll take a look at how our domestically-based nats are doing in league play.
The long international break is over, and the USMNT’s MLS-based contingent has returned to their clubs, so we’ll return to our weekly look at how they performed in last weekend’s league play in the shrinking build-up to the World Cup in Qatar.
The United States ran rampant against Grenada in Austin on Friday night, with the FC Dallas pair of Jesús Ferreira and Paul Arriola accounting for five goals as they began their defense of the CONCACAF Nations League title.
The United States begins its defense of the CONCACAF Nations League crown when it hosts Grenada on Friday night in Austin, in the first of their four group-stage games.
The USMNT begins what is likely their early send-off tour for the World Cup on Wednesday evening, when they host top African qualifiers Morocco in Cincinnati’s TQL Stadium.
With 20 MLS teams having taken the field in a midweek round of games, we’ll continue diving into the performances of the domestic-based players who are pushing to be a part of Gregg Berhalter’s World Cup squad in Qatar.
Gregg Berhalter’s unveiling of his 27-man roster for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers has left some people baffled over some of his selections, and one prominent player in a foul mood for being snubbed.