Former US international Eric Wynalda has announced that he will run for US Soccer president. Wynalda, in his playing days had 34 goals in 106 appearances for the USMNT. Wynalda currently works as an analyst for ESPN and says he wants to introduce equal pay to men's and women's soccer and wants MLS to grow. #MLS#mlssoccer#majorleaguesoccer#soccer#usa#usmnt#us#ussoccer#usasoccer
The U-17 national soccer team has lost vs England 1-4. The goal for the U.S. was scored by Sargent.
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Brian Carroll has announced that he will retire from pro soccer after Philadelphia’s last game of the season against Orlando. The 36-year-old MLS veteran has been in the league since 2003, and has played for DC, Columbus and Philadelphia and made 369 appearances.
@MLS action is back tomorrow with 11 matches across the US and Canada. This is the last match day before the playoffs, and many clubs are still looking to book their tickets 👀 All of the action starts at 4:00 pm ET, so choose wisely!
👉 MATCH PREVIEW: #NYCvCLB 👈 (SWIPE ➡️)
It’s a big one tomorrow in Queens as NYCFC take on the Columbus Crew in the final game of the 2017 regular season. We’re in for a thrilling Decision Day matchup, as both teams have already clinched playoff berths but are still fighting for positioning. NYCFC have the benefit of knowing that a win would ensure a first-round bye in the playoffs, but if Columbus were to snatch a win or a draw at Citi Field, the boys in blue could drop down multiple places in the Eastern Conference standings. Contrary to City, who have suffered a 2W-4D-2L slump in their last eight games, the Crew are firing on all cylinders, boasting an unbeaten 6W-3D-0L record in their last nine games. Berhalter’s men may come into tomorrow’s match with a psychological disadvantage, however, as recent rumors regarding the Crew’s possible relocation to Austin, Texas have created a great deal of unrest in both the organization itself and in it’s fanbase. Regardless of whether this will have a bearing on the result, three points are a crucial necessity if NYCFC want to head into the postseason with confidence. Also, tomorrow may very well be Pirlo’s final appearance for the club, so let’s give him a proper send off and enjoy the match.