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Christian Pulisic 'in a great place' at Borussia Dortmund -- Bruce Arena

The FC crew assess Christian Pulisic's Dortmund future after he sat down with ESPN's Jeff Carlisle to talk transfer rumours and the USMNT.
Christian Pulisic talks about transitioning to life in Germany at a young age, playing with some of Europe's best players and Dortmund's chances of winning the Europa League.
Amid reported interest from the Premier League, Brian McBride and Mark Donaldson revisit Christian Pulisic's future and discuss whether he should remain with Dortmund.
Borussia Dortmund's Christian Pulisic is glad that the media speculation around Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is over and that the club can now focus on improving their form.

United States and Borussia Dortmund midfielder Christian Pulisic is at the perfect place for his development and shouldn't move to another club if similar playing time isn't on offer, former U.S. national team coach Bruce Arena says.

The 19-year-old has long been linked with a move to either Liverpool or Manchester United in the future, and the Telegraph reported last month that Tottenham are considering adding the U.S. international as well.

However, Pulisic's father called speculation that the...


England players help James Corden recruit American fans for World Cup

England players are eager for American fans to root for them in the World Cup. Or at least, James Corden says they are.

With the United States failing to qualify for the World Cup, Americans were left without a team in Russia this summer, and there have been a number of efforts to attract their attention.

U.S. legend Landon Donovan suggested Mexico (to mixed results), and in a sketch for his "Late Late Show," Corden recruited his native country's team to pitch to an American audience on why they...

U.S. international Walter Bahr, 91, dies after complications from broken hip

Walter Bahr, left, speaks with vice-president Joe Biden before a Philadelphia Union match in 2010.
Walter Bahr, left, speaks with vice president Joe Biden before a Philadelphia Union game in 2010.

Walter Bahr, the last living member of the U.S. soccer team that upset England at the 1950 World Cup, has died at age 91.

Bahr died Monday in Boalsburg, Pennsylvania, from complications that resulted from a broken hip, according to granddaughter Lindsey D. Bahr, a film writer for The Associated Press.

He is survived by his wife of 71 years, the former Davies Uhler; daughter Davies Ann Desiderio, and sons Matt, Chris, and Casey. All three sons played professional soccer, and Matt and Chris won Super...


Landon Donovan clarifies 'Vamos Mexico' World Cup ads after criticism

Taylor Twellman sounds off on Landon Donovan's doubling down of his support for Mexico as part of a Wells Fargo campaign during the World Cup.
Sebi Salazar is joined by Sam Borden and Gab Marcotti to delve deeper into how the 2026 World Cup bid was won by the United bid.

Former United States forward Landon Donovan attempted to clarify his involvement in a marketing campaign designed to encourage Americans to support Mexico at the World Cup by referencing his upbringing.

Donovan, 35, who was raised in Southern California and speaks fluent Spanish, has appeared in a series of television commercials and promotional images as part of a campaign by Wells Fargo in which he says "Vamos Mexico" and holds a scarf that reads "My other team is Mexico."

Several former U.S....

Postcards from Russia: What U.S. sport could learn from international football

It's day 5 of the World Cup and Anthony Richardson and Ian Fiveankles look ahead to England's first game including how yoga can help you deal with those annoying armchair fans.

Editor's note: This is the latest of Sam Borden's Postcards from Russia, in which he shares his observations, fears, joys and travel stories from the 2018 World Cup.

MOSCOW -- American sports does plenty of things right -- no one can argue with NFL Red Zone or the ice cream sundae helmet, for example -- but one of the areas in which the United States could really use some serious improvement is in team nicknames.

Think I'm kidding? Let's compare: In America, we have names like Nets, Mets, Jets...