On this week’s edition of We Are TFC II, we sit down with forward Ryan Telfer.
Minnesota United’s attack has been woebegone in recent weeks, to borrow a term from native son Garrison Keillor.
From top to bottom, Orlando City’s roster has looked much different this season. It’s been nearly a year since Jason Kreis was hired to take over the coaching duties at the club, and with that has come a number of changes around the field, with players both coming and going.
Darren Mitchell has described his first weeks at Guatemalan club Deportivo Guastatoya as challenging but he is getting closer to comfort with every day that passes in the Central American destination.
New York Red Bulls II have signed Red Bulls Academy product Noah Powder to a USL contract. Powder’s registration is complete and he will be available for selection this Saturday, when NYRB II hosts the Charlotte Independence at Montclair State University.
Jamille Boatswain will be hoping to make his competitive debut in Costa Rica on July 30 when Alajuelense takes on Grecia away from home in the first match of the Costa Rican Premier Division.
Young St Ann’s Rangers midfielder Che Benny is safe at Swedish First Division club AIK (Allmanna Idrottsklubben), but there are now fears the talented 16-year old may lose out on the opportunity to secure a contract there.
Three players from Trinidad and Tobago saw playing time in European League action on Thursday as qualifying action continued for both the UEFA Champions League and Europa League competitions.
THIRTEEN goals in five matches has landed Kennya “Ya Ya” Cordner, the Trinidad and Tobago international and FC Dallas Women’s striker on top the goal-scorer chart in the Women’s Premier Soccer League (WPSL) --the second tier of women’s soccer in the United States.