Fulham captain Tim Ream will have surgery on his broken right arm on Wednesday, the team announced in a statement on Tuesday.
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.
While only a draw against El Salvador is needed on Monday night for the USMNT to reach the final round of the CONCACAF Nations League, the team will be looking for a statement victory in their last competitive match before the summer’s tournaments.
Christian Pulisic was a first half casualty to Manchester City as Chelsea dropped more points, but Auston Trusty and Daryl Dike put numbers on the board in the Championship.
Christian Pulisic flukey crossbar-assisted set-up helped Chelsea to a draw against Nottingham Forest, while Tyler Adams was straight back into Jesse Marsch’s starting lineup at Leeds as they fought to earn an impressive point at Newcastle.
Christian Pulisic was denied a goal in a rare Chelsea start, but it was Tim Ream who got on the score sheet in a busy midweek spate of games following the Christmas holiday.
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.
For the second straight game Gregg Berhalter’s USMNT squad must win to stay alive in the World Cup, this time with the Dutch providing a stiff test in the Round of 16.
Win or go home: that is the simple equation facing the USMNT on Tuesday night when they take on Iran in the third and final Group B game.
The United States begin their 2022 World Cup campaign in a few short hours against a likely underestimated Wales team, with Gregg Berhalter’s young squad having 90 minutes to help fans forget about the recent years of angst and heartbreak.