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Billy Heavner's life in limbo in Major League Soccer as a 'pool goalkeeper'

With roughly a third of the MLS season gone, Paul Mariner presents the top 10 goals of the campaign thus far.

Billy Heavner is in goalkeeper limbo.

The Landisville, Penn. native is officially an MLS player and has a contract with the league to prove it. Every week he trains with Sporting Kansas City and benefits from most of the professional accouterments that entails.

But Heavner isn't officially on Kansas City's roster. In fact, he is a man without a team at all -- that is until a GM somewhere decides he has a goalkeeper emergency on his hands and needs cover. Maybe there has been a glut of injuries...

 By Arch Bell

Sapong leads U.S. scorers in MLS while Brooks' struggles continue in Berlin

Herculez Gomez and Mark Donaldson delve into why American players find homes in the Bundesliga more so than other leagues in Europe.

United States national team head coach Bruce Arena will soon announce his squad for next month's World Cup qualifiers. Here's a list of who did and did not impress the big boss in the past week.

Heating up

Geoff Cameron, DF, Stoke City (Premier League)

Why he's here: Cameron had a very strong finish to the Premier League season. On May 6, he was involved in Stoke's two goals in a 2-2 draw versus Bournemouth, and this past Saturday he provided the assist on Peter Crouch's goal in the Potters'...

 By John Duerden

Five leagues where Keisuke Honda could play next season

Japan midfielder Keisuke Honda
Heading back home to the Japanese J League could solidify Keisuke Honda's place on the Japan national team.

Keisuke Honda's three and a half years at AC Milan, the team he supported as a boy, are over and the Japanese star confirmed that he is on his way out.

His dream move was not exactly a nightmare, but Honda often struggled for playing time in Italy and didn't manage to make the impact he would have liked.

There is no doubting his talent, however, and at the age of 30, there is still plenty more where that came from. The question now is "Where next?" ESPNFC looks at five options.

1. Japan

The easiest...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Who scored the goal of Week 12 in MLS? Vote now!

Relive the top goals from Week 12 throughout Major League Soccer.

Who scored the MLS Goal of the Week in Week 12?

Was it Bradley Wright-Phillips' off-balance overhead kick that earned the New York Red Bulls a vital point and brought to an end Toronto's six-game win streak in a 1-1 draw on Friday?

How about Jahmir Hyka's nifty combination play that led San Jose to snatch a 1-0 win on Saturday in Dallas? After receiving a clever flick...

After knocking off Dallas, the Earthquakes may be rumbling again

The San Jose Earthquakes are the first team to hand FC Dallas a loss of the 2017 season, doing so on the road.

Five years ago, the San Jose Earthquakes were the story of the league -- if not a cartoon of the league.

Between the league-record-setting 27 goals of Chris Wondolowski, the unsubtle physical virtues of the "Bash Brothers" Alan Gordon and Steven Lenhart, and the "Goonies never say die" tagline that attached itself to their habit of late, late comebacks, San Jose rocked and rolled its way to the 2012 Supporters' Shield, and was the larger-than-life team to beat in that year's playoffs.

But...

 By Chris Wright

MLS referee uses vanishing spray to fend off players during penalty appeal

Chris Penso used vanishing spray to keep LA and Minnesota players away while discussing a possible handball with his linesman.

Policing a crowded penalty area can be a difficult undertaking at the best of times.

However, MLS referee Chris Penso devised a quick and clever way to afford himself some breathing space during LA Galaxy's trip to Minnesota United on Sunday.

When a corner kick resulted in a penalty appeal for handball, Penso used his spray to mark a line on the field and keep the bickering players at bay while he consulted with his official on the sideline.

Drawing a line in the sand, quite literally -- you've...