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U.S.'s Joe Gyau leaves Dortmund to join third-division club

Joe Gyau's career was sidetracked by a knee injury in 2014.

Former United States international Joe Gyau has left Borussia Dortmund to sign with Sonnenhof-Grossaspach in the German third division.

Gyau, 24, made only one appearance for Dortmund's first team. 

He suffered a knee injury on international duty in his second appearance...

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Geoff Cameron 'sorry to see' Jurgen Klinsmann fired as U.S. manager

United States defender Geoff Cameron said he was sorry to see Jurgen Klinsmann go as U.S. Soccer decided to make a coaching change this week.

Bruce Arena was hired as the new U.S. coach on Tuesday, a day after Klinsmann was fired following back-to-back World Cup qualifying defeats to Mexico and Costa Rica this month.

Cameron missed both games with a knee injury, and he wrote on Twitter that he was disappointed that Klinsmann lost his job.

U.S. team's Joe Gyau has second knee surgery, Borussia Dortmund confirm

United States international Joe Gyau underwent a second surgery on his left knee last Friday, Borussia Dortmund have confirmed.

Gyau, 22, signed a one-year contract with Dortmund last summer from TSG Hoffenheim, so he could be out of contract by the time he is healthy again. The attacker, who was initially planned for the club's reserve, soon was called up to the first team's match day squad by BVB head coach Jurgen Klopp, and also made his BVB first team debut against Stuttgart last September. He...

 By PA Sport

U.S. midfielder Joe Gyau says he needs second surgery on injured knee

United States international Joe Gyau will need a second surgery on his left knee, the player revealed on Friday.

Gyau, 22, tore his meniscus during a friendly with the U.S. against Ecuador on Oct. 10. He was on track to return this month but is now set for a longer spell on the sideline.

Borussia Dortmund II coach David Wagner told Ruhr Nachrichten that Gyau could be out for the rest of the season.

The midfielder wrote on Instragram that he was heartbroken to hear the news from his doctor:

Knee injury to sideline U.S. midfielder Joe Gyau until January

BOCA RATON, Fla. -- American midfielder Joe Gyau is likely to be sidelined until January because of a knee injury sustained during an friendly against Ecuador last week.

U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann revealed the timetable on Monday, saying the Borussia Dortmund player is expected to be "out for a while."

A 22-year-old from Silver Spring, Maryland, Gyau returned to Germany and was evaluated by doctors who determined that surgery is required.

"It's unfortunately not a little minor thing -- he is getting...

Clint Dempsey, five other MLS veterans join U.S. squad

Clint Dempsey is among six additions to the United States squad ahead of their friendly against Honduras on Tuesday (8 p.m. ET, ESPN/WatchESPN).

U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann added six veteran MLS players who were unavailable to face Ecuador on Friday because of commitments to their clubs.

Dempsey is joined by midfielders Michael Bradley, Jermaine Jones and Graham Zusi, as well as defender Matt Besler and goalkeeper Sean Johnson.

Friday's game was the final appearance in a U.S. shirt for Landon Donovan,...