Fulham FC captain and USMNT veteran Tim Ream will miss Fulham’s final five Premier League games this season, after breaking his arm early in the Cottagers’ narrow loss to Manchester City on Sunday.
Fulham captain Tim Ream will remain at Craven Cottage through at least the 2023-24 season after signing a one-year extension with the London-based club.
Saint Louis native Tim Ream will be a Premier League player next season as Fulham announced the extension of his contract, following their successful promotion campaign.
With the USMNT formed around a core of the best group of young players that the country has ever had, a major factor can likely be identified as an increasing number of players opting to jump to European shores for their formative years.
Antonee Robinson notched a goal and an assist in Fulham’s record breaking win, while Pulisic rode the bench for Chelsea in a dismal draw that plunges the team closer to crisis.
It was a good weekend for Yanks in England as Zack Steffen earned his first start for City in the Premier League while Antonee Robinson and Duane Holmes added goals to their accounts.
Fulham bounced back from first loss of the season over the weekend with a dominating display over Birmingham City.
Captain Tim Ream returned for the Cottagers’ victory while Lynden Gooch helped Sunderland secure all the points in English action.