U.S. Soccer

U.S. Men's National Team Falls 2-0 to Ukraine in Cyprus

  • Ukraine Tallies One Goal in Each Half to Hand USA its First Loss of 2014
  • U.S. MNT Drops Two-Goal Decision for First Time Since Last Year’s World Cup Qualifier Against Costa Rica on Sept. 6
  • Next up for MNT is USA-Mexico, Presented by AT&T, at 11 p.m. ET on April 2 in Glendale, Ariz. (ESPN2, WatchESPN, UniMas, ESPN Deportes Radio) 

LARNACA, Cyprus (March 5, 2014) – The U.S. Men’s National Team dropped a 2-0 decision against Ukraine at Antonis Papadopoulos Stadium. Andriy Yarmolenko and Marko Devic each scored a goal to hand the USA its first two-goal loss since falling 3-1 to Costa Rica in World Cup Qualifying on Sept. 6, 2013, at Estadio Nacional in San Jose, Costa Rica.

The U.S. next faces Mexico on April 2 at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz. Kickoff for USA-Mexico, presented by AT&T, is set for 8 p.m. Arizona Time (11 p.m. ET) and will be broadcast live on ESPN2, WatchESPN, UniMas and ESPN Deportes Radio. Fans can also follow the U.S. MNT on Twitter @ussoccer.

Ukraine, the highest-ranked team (No. 18) not competing in the 2014 FIFA World Cup, challenged the USA defense from the start.

The U.S. fell behind early as Denys Garmash went unmarked when he received the ball in the offensive third. Despite the distance from U.S. defenders John Brooks and Edgar Castillo, Garmash could not finish his first attempt as Tim Howard dove to his left for the initial save. Garmash quickly got the rebound and dished to a wide-open Yarmolenko, whose left-footed tap-in goal gave Ukraine the 1-0 lead in the 12th minute.

The USA avoided a big scare and potential two-goal deficit, when Sacha Klejstan lost the ball to Yarmolenko in the midfield in the 32nd minute, leading to a breakaway chance for Artem Fedets’kiy. Instead of attacking one-on-one against Howard, Fedets’kiy held on to the ball, waited for additional help, and the U.S. was bailed out by a Ukraine offside call.

The U.S. started the second half with several close scoring chances in the opening 10 minutes. Alejandro Bedoya ripped a shot from the left side of the box, only to have it blocked by Fedets’kiy for a U.S. corner kick in the 49th minute. Two minutes later, Geoff Cameron crossed from the right side and connected with Jozy Altidore, whose header sailed over the crossbar. Then, Ukraine goalkeeper Andriy Pyatov made an errant pass in the 53rd minute that was intercepted by Bedoya, but when he tried to catch Pyatov off-guard, Bedoya bent the shot wide right.

Despite the USA’s improved attack, Ukraine struck against the run of play in the 68th minute. Second-half sub Devic, two minutes after he entered the match, made a run in between the U.S. defense and cut quickly to his left. Howard stayed low for a clutch save, but similar to the first goal, the USA allowed for a rebound as Devic slotted his second attempt into the back of the net for a 2-0 lead.

Second-half sub Aron Johannsson nearly got one back with a left-footed volley off of Bedoya’s corner kick in the 87th minute, but Oleh Gusiev blocked the crisp shot from the goal line to maintain Ukraine’s two-goal advantage.

Howard made five saves for the USA and Ukraine’s Pyatov had two saves for the clean sheet.

Additional Notes:

  • The U.S. MNT is still winless against Ukraine, moving to 0-2-1 all-time in the series.
  • The USA is now 28-11-7 under head coach Jurgen Klinsmann. Klinsmann is two wins away from matching Bora Milutinovic’s career wins total (30) for third on the all-time list.
  • The U.S. moved to 6-3-1 with Clint Dempsey as the team captain.
  • Dempsey earned his 102nd cap, the most among players on this current U.S. MNT roster. He is now tied with former goalkeeper Kasey Keller for 10th on the all-time list.
  • Tim Howard earned his 97th-career cap and is now five games behind Keller’s goalkeeping record of 102 appearances for the U.S. MNT.
  • Klinsmann’s starting back line featured Edgar Castillo, John Brooks, Oguchi Onyewu and Geoff Cameron from left to right.
  • Onyewu made his first appearance and start since he captained the team during its 4-1 victory against Cuba on July 13, 2013, in Sandy, Utah. The win qualified for the USA for the quarterfinals of the 2013 CONCACAF Gold Cup
  • Brooks earned his third-career cap, and he has started in every match he has played in during his young National Team tenure.
  • Midfielders Sacha Klejstan and Jermaine Jones started alongside each other in Klinsmann’s 4-2-3-1 formation. In front of them were Fabian Johnson, Dempsey and Alejandro Bedoya, with Jozy Altidore up top.
  • Klinsmann made two substitutions in the 63rd minute, bringing in forward Aron Johannsson for Sacha Klejstan and Brek Shea for Castillo. Johnson dropped down to the left back slot for the final half hour.
  • Danny Williams replaced Jones in the 80th minute and forward Juan Agudelo entered the match for Altidore in the 85th minute.

- U.S. Men’s National Team Match Report -

Match: U.S. Men’s National Team vs. Ukraine
Date:
March 5, 2014
Competition:
International Friendly
Venue:
Papadopoulos Stadium; Larnaca, Cyprus
Kickoff:
2 p.m. ET
Attendance:
1,573
Weather:
62 degrees, clear

Scoring Summary: 1 2 F
USA                         0 0 0
UKR                         1 1 2

UKR – Andriy Yarmolenko (Denys Garmash)             12th minute
UKR – Marko Devic (unassisted)                               68

Lineups:
USA:
1-Tim Howard; 20-Geoff Cameron, 5-Oguchi Onyewu, 3-John Brooks, 2-Edgar Castillo (21-Brek Shea, 63); 11-Alejandro Bedoya, 13-Jermaine Jones (14-Danny Williams, 80), 8-Clint Dempsey (capt.), 16-Sacha Kljestan (9-Aron Johannsson, 63), 23-Fabian Johnson;17-Jozy Altidore (19-Juan Agudelo, 85)
Subs Not Used: 4-Jonathan Spector, 6-Alfredo Morales, 12-Brad Guzan, 15-Will Packwood, 18-Terrence Boyd
Head coach: Jurgen Klinsmann

UKR: 12-Andriy Pyatov; 3-Yevhen Khachiridi, 4-Anatoliy Tymoschuk (capt.), 5-Olexander Kucher, 7-Andriy Yarmolenko; 8-Roman Zozulya (22-Marko Devic, 66), 10-Yevhen Konoplyanka, 13-Vyacheslav Shevchuk, 14-Ruslan Rotan (21-Edmar Halovskiy, 78); 17-Artem Fedetskiy, 19-Denys Garmash (15-Roman Bezus, 46)
Subs Not Used: 1-Denys Boyko, 2-Denys Dedechko, 9-Oleg Gusev, 11-Yevhen Seleznyov, 16- Serhiy Sydorchuk, 18- Mykola Morozyuk, 20- Yaroslav Rakitskiy, 23-Rustam Khudzhamov, 24- Eugene Makarenko, 25-Andriy Piliavskiy, 27-Dmytro Khomchenovskiy
Head Coach: Mykhailo Fomenko

Stats Summary: USA / UKR
Shots: 7 / 9
Shots on Goal: 3 / 6
Saves: 5 / 2
Corner Kicks: 5 / 5
Fouls: 6 / 9
Offside: 2 / 4

Misconduct Summary:
UKR – Artem Fedetskiy (caution)        65th minute
UKR – Roman Bezus (caution)           84

Officials:
Referee: Leontios Trattou (CYP)
Assistant Referee 1: Michael Soteriou (CYP)
Assistant Referee 2: Athinodoros Ioannou (CYP)
Fourth Official: Ioannis Anastasiou (CYP)

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MNT Mar 5, 2014

- U.S. Men’s National Team Match Report -

Match: U.S. Men’s National Team vs. Ukraine 
Date: 
March 5, 2014 
Competition: 
International Friendly 
Venue: 
Papadopoulos Stadium; Larnaca, Cyprus 
Kickoff: 
2 p.m. ET 
Attendance: 
1,573 
Weather: 
62 degrees, clear

Scoring Summary: 1 2 F 
USA                         0 0 0 
UKR                         1 1 2

UKR – Andriy Yarmolenko (Denys Garmash)             12th minute 
UKR – Marko Devic (unassisted)                               68

Lineups: 
USA: 1-Tim Howard; 20-Geoff Cameron, 5-Oguchi Onyewu, 3-John Brooks, 2-Edgar Castillo (21-Brek Shea, 63); 11-Alejandro Bedoya, 13-Jermaine Jones (14-Danny Williams, 80), 8-Clint Dempsey (capt.), 16-Sacha Kljestan (9-Aron Johannsson, 63), 23-Fabian Johnson;17-Jozy Altidore (19-Juan Agudelo, 85) 
Subs Not Used: 4-Jonathan Spector, 6-Alfredo Morales, 12-Brad Guzan, 15-Will Packwood, 18-Terrence Boyd 
Head coach: Jurgen Klinsmann

UKR: 12-Andriy Pyatov; 3-Yevhen Khachiridi, 4-Anatoliy Tymoschuk (capt.), 5-Olexander Kucher, 7-Andriy Yarmolenko; 8-Roman Zozulya (22-Marko Devic, 66), 10-Yevhen Konoplyanka, 13-Vyacheslav Shevchuk, 14-Ruslan Rotan (21-Edmar Halovskiy, 78); 17-Artem Fedetskiy, 19-Denys Garmash (15-Roman Bezus, 46) 
Subs Not Used: 1-Denys Boyko, 2-Denys Dedechko, 9-Oleg Gusev, 11-Yevhen Seleznyov, 16- Serhiy Sydorchuk, 18- Mykola Morozyuk, 20- Yaroslav Rakitskiy, 23-Rustam Khudzhamov, 24- Eugene Makarenko, 25-Andriy Piliavskiy, 27-Dmytro Khomchenovskiy 
Head Coach: Mykhailo Fomenko

Stats Summary: USA / UKR 
Shots: 7 / 9 
Shots on Goal: 3 / 6 
Saves: 5 / 2 
Corner Kicks: 5 / 5 
Fouls: 6 / 9 
Offside: 2 / 4

Misconduct Summary: 
UKR – Artem Fedetskiy (caution)        65th minute 
UKR – Roman Bezus (caution)           84

Officials: 
Referee: Leontios Trattou (CYP) 
Assistant Referee 1: Michael Soteriou (CYP) 
Assistant Referee 2: Athinodoros Ioannou (CYP) 
Fourth Official: Ioannis Anastasiou (CYP)

Hope Solo Suspended from U.S. WNT for Six Months

CHICAGO (Aug. 24, 2016) – U.S. Soccer has suspended goalkeeper Hope Solo from the U.S. Women’s National Team for six months for conduct that is counter to the organization’s principles.

The suspension for Solo, who was previously suspended for 30 days early in 2015 for her conduct, is effective immediately.

“The comments by Hope Solo after the match against Sweden during the 2016 Olympics were unacceptable and do not meet the standard of conduct we require from our National Team players,” said U.S. Soccer President Sunil Gulati. “Beyond the athletic arena, and beyond the results, the Olympics celebrate and represent the ideals of fair play and respect. We expect all of our representatives to honor those principles, with no exceptions. 

“Taking into consideration the past incidents involving Hope, as well as the private conversations we’ve had requiring her to conduct herself in a manner befitting a U.S. National Team member, U.S. Soccer determined this is the appropriate disciplinary action.”

As a result of the suspension, Solo would not be eligible for selection to the U.S. Women’s National Team until February of 2017.

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Aug 24, 2016

Gallery: U.S. PNT Prepares for 2016 Paralympic Games

The U.S. Paralympic National Team trained at the StubHub Center in California in preparation for the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio.

The U.S. will kick off Group A play in this summer’s Rio 2016 Paralympic Games on Sept. 8 against the Netherlands, followed by matches against Iran on Sept. 10 and Argentina on Sept. 12, whom the PNT came back to defeat 4-3 on May 6 in Salou, Spain. Group B contains Brazil, Great Britain, Ireland and Ukraine. The top two teams from each group will advance to the Semifinals on Sept. 14, with the medal matches set take place on Sept. 16.

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PNT Aug 24, 2016

Young MNT Trio on Verge of Club Returns

Injuries are a part of soccer, as is the road back from them. It can be a dark path, at times nearly devastating, but those with the focus, strength and fortitude can come out better on the other side.

As the European seasons emerge from the summer slumber, three young MNT players - Terrence Boyd, Josh Gatt and Joe Gyau – finally see the light at the end of the tunnel.

All aged 25 and younger and all having shown glimpses of promise for both and country, each has experienced long-term injury setbacks during the past few years.

As U.S. Men’s National Team fitness coach Masa Sakihana and scout Matthias Hamann discovered on their recent visit abroad, there is good news to report. The trio are all on the cusp of contributing to their clubs once again and when they do it can restart their journey to a place on the international stage.

With 13 caps, Boyd is the most experienced of the group. Following a summer in 2014 where he made the preliminary roster for the 2014 FIFA World Cup and earned a transfer from Rapid Vienna to RB Leipzig, the MNT forward was just getting his feet wet in the Second Bundesliga before suffering an ACL injury towards the end of the year. Already a long road to recovery, Boyd experienced a setback when he had to have a cyst removed from his knee last October.

Coming up on two years after last playing a competitive match, Boyd seems ready to get back into the swing of things for the newly promoted Bundesliga side. The 25-year-old forward has been active for RB Leipzig, appearing in every match and scoring twice during the club’s preseason campaign.

After entrenching himself in the lineup at Norwegian side Molde, Michigan-native Josh Gatt was handed his MNT debut by Jurgen Klinsmann in the MNT’s 2-2 friendly draw at Russia in November 2012. Gatt continued his form in Norway and was slated to earn a spot on the MNT’s 2013 Gold Cup roster, but tore his ACL in a league match right before the start of the tournament.

On his way back, Gatt suffered a second ACL tear during training in March 2014, requiring a second surgery and shutting him down for the rest of the year. Gatt made a return the following May, coming on as a substitute in a league match vs. Mjøndalen, but had to withdraw from the match after just five minutes, with a different irritation to his knee.

More than a year later, Gatt took a major step on Sunday when he returned to the Molde game-day 18 for the club’s 4-2 win against Odd Grenland. Though he didn’t appear in the match, the 24-year-old showed his appreciation in returning to the field in a pre-game Instagram post saying, “This day has been coming for a long time now. After years of work and unfortunate injuries I am finally able to put my jersey back on. I am so grateful to every single person who got me to this point.”

Having just transferred from Hoffenheim to Borussia Dortmund in the summer of 2014, things were looking up for Joe Gyau. The son of a former MNT player, Gyau had become a standout with Dortmund’s U-23 side early in the season and was even handed his first team debut days after his 20th birthday that September.

Having impressed during his debut MNT cap that August at Czech Republic, Gyau was recalled in October, starting alongside Landon Donovan in his send-off match against Ecuador. Unfortunately, Gyau exited that match in the 15th minute with what would later be diagnosed as a torn lateral meniscus.

Like Boyd and Gatt, his recovery has had its setbacks, but in April he tweeted that he was finally pain free and three weeks ago let fans know that he was back training in full with Borussia Dortmund II.

While Gyau still needs to get back to playing on a weekly basis, like Boyd and Gatt, the 23-year-old winger still has plenty of upside to offer both club and country.

 

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MNT Aug 23, 2016

U-17 MNT Head Coach John Hackworth Names 20-Player Roster for 2016 Torneo de Naciones

CHICAGO (Aug. 23, 2016) - U.S. Under-17 Men’s National Team head coach John Hackworth named a 20-player roster to compete in the 2016 Torneo de Naciones, set to take place Aug. 22-29, in Mexico City, Mexico.

The USA will face Portugal on Aug. 25, Qatar on Aug. 26, and finish the tournament against Mexico on Aug. 28.

The roster is made up of 20 players who recently trained in Utah, playing against Utah Valley University and RSL Monarchs.

This will be the second tournament of the summer after the U-17’s made it to the title match in the 2016 AIFF Youth Cup in India last May.

Roster by Position:
GOALKEEPERS (2): Alexander Budnik (Sockers FC; Arlington Heights, Ill.), Justin Garces (Kendall FC; Miami, Fla.)
DEFENDERS (6): Jake Arteaga (LA Galaxy; Glendora, Calif.), Carlos Asensio (Atlanta United; Roswell, Ga.), Kelee Cornfield-Saunders (LA Galaxy; San Marcos, Calif.), Christopher Gloster (New York Red Bulls; Montclair, N.J.), Rayshaun McGann (Philadelphia Union; Royal Palm Beach, Fla.), Arturo Vasquez (FC Golden State; Mira Loma, Calif.)
MIDFIELDERS (7): George Acosta (Weston FC; Hollywood, Fla.), Christopher Durkin (D.C. United; Glen Allen, Va.), Blaine Ferri (Solar Chelsea SC; Southlake, Texas), Christopher Goslin (Atlanta United; Locust Grove, Ga.), James Sands (New York Soccer Club; Rye, N.Y.), Adrian Villegas (Portland Timbers; Hood River, Ore.), Akil Watts (IMG Academy; Fort Wayne, Ind.)
FORWARDS (5): Ayomide Akinola (Toronto FC; Brampton, Ontario), Andrew Carleton (Atlanta United; Powder Springs, Ga.), Zyen Jones (Atlanta United; Clarkston, Ga.), Joshua Sargent (St. Louis Scott Gallagher Missouri; O’Fallen, Mo.), Timothy Weah (Paris Saint-Germain; Rosedale, N.Y.)

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U-17 MNT Aug 23, 2016

MNT Weekend Rewind: Veterans Shine in Final Weekend Before WCQ Camp Begins

With only six days before the start of camp for the critical conclusion of Semifinal Round Qualifying for the 2018 World Cup, two veteran performers shone above all amongst a host of MNT players who turned in strong performances this past weekend.

The last match of the weekend wielded the top performance, as Clint Dempsey’s brace helped Seattle Sounders FC to a 3-1 win against Portland Timbers in Cascadia Cup play on Sunday night. The MNT forward has five goals and an assist in his last three matches for Seattle, the perfect momentum heading into qualifiers where “Deuce” is already the USA’s all-time leading scorer.

WATCH: Dempsey brace leads Seattle Sounders FC to 3-1 win vs. Portland Timbers

Teammate Jordan Morris went 89 minutes in Seattle’s third-straight win, while Darlington Nagbe went the distance for Portland in the 3-1 defeat. The two teams play a return leg in Providence Park this Sunday, in a match that could have strong playoff implications (4 p.m. ET – ESPN).

The previous day, Toronto FC extended its unbeaten run to five matches with a 3-1 win at Philadelphia Union. Already tied on the half-hour mark, captain Michael Bradley earned his third assist of the season when his free kick from the right picked out Drew Moor, whose nodded header from the penalty spot crept inside the right post. Jozy Altidore has a hot streak of his own, poking home his fourth goal in five matches.

WATCH: Jozy Altidore caps the scoring with goal vs. Philadelphia Union

Elsewhere, Ethan Finlay scored in his second straight match, getting on the end of a Justin Meram cross in the seventh minute of Columbus Crew SC’s 2-0 win at New England Revolution.

WATCH: Ethan Finlay scores early game-winner vs. New England

Meanwhile, after scoring in two-consecutive matches, defender Steve Birnbaum provided the game-tying assist in D.C. United’s comeback 2-2 draw against New York Red Bulls. The goal came in the 73rd minute when Taylor Kemp’s corner kick from the right was nodded back across goal where Patrick Mullins’ follow-up header beat Red Bulls ‘keeper Luis Robles.

WATCH: Steve Birnbaum continues offensive output in D.C.’s 2-2 draw

In England, goalkeeper Brad Guzan made his debut for Middlesbrough count, backstopping the newly-promoted club’s 2-1 win in the “Tees-Wear Derby” at Sunderland. Guzan made four saves in collecting his side’s second straight win to start the campaign. U.S. youth international Lynden Gooch was active all over the field, with the midfielder earning Sunderland’s Man of the Match award.

In Germany, a number of MNT players left preseason behind and competitive matches got underway with early round DFB Pokal matches. Julian Green (Bayern Munich), John Brooks (Hertha Berlin), Timmy Chandler (Eintracht Frankfurt) and Alfredo Morales (Ingolstadt) all played parts in their clubs advancing to the next round of the tournament.

Finally, MNT fans will be pleased to see defender Matt Besler return from an MCL strain to play in Sporting KC’s 2-0 shutout against Vancouver Whitecaps. Besler went the full 90 minutes in central defense, while teammate Graham Zusi was deputized at right back in the home win.

A rundown of how all MNT players performed for their clubs this weekend:

Kellyn Acosta – 90 minutes in FC Dallas’ 1-0 loss at Sporting KC (August 20)
Jozy Altidore – 74 minutes, GOAL in Toronto FC’s 3-1 win at Philadelphia Union (August 20)
Paul Arriola - 90 minutes in Club Tijuana’s 1-1 Copa MX draw vs. Lobos BUAP (August 17); 8 substitute minutes in Club Tijuana’s 1-1 draw vs. Necaxa (August 20)
Kyle Beckerman – 90 minutes in Real Salt Lake’s 1-0 win vs. FC Dallas (August 20)
Matt Besler – 90 minutes in Sporting KC’s 2-0 win vs. Vancouver Whitecaps FC (August 20)
Alejandro Bedoya – 90 minutes in Philadelphia Union’s 3-1 loss vs. Toronto FC (August 20)
David Bingham – 90 minutes in San Jose Earthquakes 2-1 loss vs. Houston Dynamo (August 19)
Steve Birnbaum – 90 minutes, ASSIST in D.C. United’s 2-2 draw vs. New York Red Bulls (August 21)
Michael Bradley – 90 minutes, ASSIST in Toronto FC’s 3-1 win at Philadelphia Union (August 20)
John Brooks – 45 minutes in Hertha Berlin’s 1-1 draw (5-3 PK win) in DFB Pokal vs. Jahn Regensberg (August 21)
Timmy Chandler – 19 substitute minutes in Eintracht Frankfurt’s 1-1 draw (4-3 PK win) in DFB Pokal at Madeburg (August 21)
Clint Dempsey – 9 0 minutes, TWO GOALS in Seattle Sounders FC’s 3-1 win vs. Portland Timbers (August 21)
Ethan Finlay – 90 minutes, GOAL in Columbus Crew SC’s 2-0 win at New England Revolution (August 20)
Omar Gonzalez – 55 minutes in Pachuca’s 4-2 loss at Tigres UANL (August 20)
Lynden Gooch – 90 minutes in Sunderland’s 2-1 loss vs. Middlesbrough (August 21)
Julian Green – 24 substitute minutes in Bayern Munich’s 5-0 DFB Pokal win at Carl Zeiss Jena (August 19)
Brad Guzan – 90 minutes in Middlesbrough’s 2-1 win at Sunderland (August 21)
Ethan Horvath – 90 minutes in Molde’s 4-2 win vs. Odd Grenland (August 21)
Tim Howard – 90 minutes in Colorado Rapids’ 0-0 draw vs. Orlando City SC (August 20)
Fabian Johnson – 9 substitute minutes in Borussia Moenchengladbach’s 3-1 first leg UEFA Champions League Qualifying match at BSC Young Boys (August 16); In 18, DNP in Moenchengladbach’s 1-0 DFB Pokal win vs. Drochtersen/Assel (August 20)
Perry Kitchen – 70 minutes in Hearts’ 5-1 win vs. Inverness (August 20)
Alfredo Morales – 101 minutes in Ingolstadt’s 0-0 draw (8-7 PK win) in DFB Pokal vs. Erzgebirge Aue (August 21)
Jordan Morris – 89 minutes in Seattle Sounders FC’s 3-1 win vs. Portland Timbers (August 21)
Darlington Nagbe – 90 minutes in Portland Timbers 3-1 loss at Seattle Sounders FC (August 21)
Lee Nguyen – 90 minutes in New England Revolution’s 2-0 loss vs. Columbus Crew SC (August 20)
Michael Orozco – 90 minutes in Club Tijuana’s 1-1 draw vs. Necaxa (August 20)
Christian Pulisic – at Eintracht Trier in DFB Pokal (August 22)
Rubio Rubin – 70 minutes in FC Utrecht’s 2-1 loss vs. AZ Alkmaar (August 21)
Caleb Stanko – 24 substitute minutes in FC Vaduz’s 2-0 win vs. St. Gallen (August 21)
Chris Wondolowski 90 minutes in San Jose Earthquakes 2-1 loss vs. Houston Dynamo (August 19)
Bobby Wood – 73 minutes in Hamburg’s 3-1 preseason win vs. Lyngby (August 15); at Zwickau in DFB Pokal (August 22)
William Yarbrough – In 18, DNP in Club Leon’s 1-1 Copa MX draw at Celaya (August 17); 90 minutes in Club Leon’s 2-1 win vs. Queretaro (August 20)
Gyasi Zardes – 79 minutes in LA Galaxy’s 1-0 loss at New York City FC (August 20)
Graham Zusi – 90 minutes in Sporting KC’s 2-0 win vs. Vancouver Whitecaps FC (August 20

DNP/Injured:
Geoff Cameron
– In 18, DNP in Stoke City’s 4-1 loss vs. Manchester City (August 20)
Cameron Carter-Vickers – In 18, DNP in Tottenham Hotspur’s 1-0 win vs. Crystal Palace (August 20)
Edgar Castillo – Fractured Patella, DNP in Monterrey’s 5-3 loss at Pumas UNAM (August 21
Mix Diskerud – Not in 18 for New York City FC’s 1-0 win vs. LA Galaxy (August 20)
Aron Johannsson – Not in 18 for Werder Bremen’s 2-1 DFB Pokal loss at Sportfreunde Lotte (August 21)
Jermaine Jones –
Quad Injury; DNP in Colorado Rapids’ 0-0 draw vs. Orlando City SC (August 20)
Greg Garza – Not in 18 for Club Tijuana’s 1-1 draw vs. Necaxa (August 20)
Matt Miazga – Not in 18 for Chelsea’s 2-1 win at Watford (August 20)
Tim Ream – In 18, DNP in Fulham’s 2-2 draw vs. Cardiff City (August 20)
DeAndre Yedlin – Not in 18 for Tottenham Hotspur’s 1-0 win vs. Crystal Palace

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MNT Aug 22, 2016
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