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US draws Uruguay, 1-1, in International Friendly

The United States and Uruguay played to a 1-1 draw in a friendly at Busch Stadium in St. Louis. After an intense...

Mexico wins Gold Cup final over USMNT

In a battle of restoring teams with new head coaches, Mexico came out on top against the United States in the Gold Cup final. The USMNT got some...

US Men’s Team topples Panama; win 1-0

The backups of the US Men’s National Team took on the backups of Panama in the city with the third best bar-b-q...

US Men’s Team defeat Guyana, 4-0

The United States men's national team opened up its Gold Cup participation with a 4-0 victory over outmatched Guyana as Tyler Boyd...

Pulisic scores, but US draws Chile 1-1

Gregg Berhalter faced his toughest test to date since taking over as the USMNT head coach. He wasn’t able to set a...

US defeats Ecuador, 1-0, Gyasi Zardes shines

The U.S. men's national team returned to action Thursday night with the purpose of integrating Europe-based players and building on the...
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‘Aubameyang is NOT a Premier League great, yet’ – Arsenal legend Ray Parlour questions Gary Neville’s claims a

Ray Parlour disagrees with claims from Gary Neville that Arsenal star Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is already a Premier League ‘great’ after two-and-a-half years in England After watching the striker score twice in the Gunners’ 3-2 victory over Everton on Sunday, Sky Sports pundit and Manchester United legend Neville claimed Aubameyang deserves to already be ranked among…

No. 1 Kansas overpower Oklahoma State

An elite performance on both ends of the floor worthy of the newly minted No. 1 team in the nation saw the...

Broncos S Justin Simmons expects franchise tag

On the heels of arguably his finest season yet, Broncos safety Justin Simmons doesn't expect to be leaving Denver. The four-year pro expects the Broncos to apply the franchise tag, he said via SiriusXM NFL Radio on Monday. "We expect to get franchise tagged," Simmons said in an interview with hosts Bruce Murray and Brady…