The 2022 World Cup in Quatar continues is agonizingly slow approach, still too far to start scheming sick days, but close enough to induce night sweats, so we’ll continue our weekly look at MLS-based candidates for the final roster.
The 2022 World Cup in Qatar is sneaking up on us like a unstoppable cement roller, so we’ll take our weekly look at the MLS-based candidates for spots on the plane performed over the weekend.
With the World Cup in Qatar kicking off in just a few month months, we’ll take our weekly look at how MLS-based players with a chance to make the squad are performing.
In the long build-up to the World Cup kicking off in less than seven months, we momentarily step outside of our typical scope to track how MLS-based players with a chance to make the squad are performing.
It was a very good night for the US Men’s National Team in Orlando last night as they moved one giant step closer to qualifying for the FIFA World Cup 2022. The Americans were too hot to handle for the Panamanians putting five past their keeper for an emphatic 5-1 victory.
Christian Pulisic bagged his first international hat-trick as the United States men’s national scored four first-half goals to come away with a big win over Panama on Sunday to put them one step away from returning to the World Cup.
Regardless of the players that Gregg Berhalter selects on Thursday when the USMNT hosts El Salvador, there will be one debutant in CONCACAF World Cup qualifying: Video Assistant Refereeing, better known as VAR.
It looks like Paul Arriola is heading back to Liga MX as reports have surfaced that Club America is near a deal with DC United to sign the winger.