Forward Kekuta Manneh returned to the MLS ranks Wednesday, joining FC Cincinnati on a free transfer from FC St. Gallen of the Swiss Super League.
Manneh, 24, played five MLS seasons with the Vancouver Whitecaps (2013-17) and Columbus Crew (2017). He scored 26 goals and added 15 assists in 120 regular-season appearance (71 starts).
"We are excited to bring Kekuta to Cincinnati," FC Cincinnati head coach Alan Koch said in a statement. "His pace and skill on the ball will add a dynamic element to our...
The U.S. men's national team faces Paraguay on Tuesday in Cary, North Carolina, with a clear focus on the future. The group called in by interim head coach Dave Sarachan is young and largely new. The squad has an average age just over 23 and includes 14 players with three or fewer senior caps.
Let's meet the new kids on the block hoping to put the USMNT on track for the World Cup in 2022.
GK: Alex Bono, Toronto FC
Winning an MLS Cup title as a 23-year-old goalkeeper is bound to get you noticed...
Striker Andrija Novakovich has said he is "proud and honoured" after being called up to the senior U.S. squad for the friendly against Paraguay later this month.
Striker Novakovich, 21 -- on loan at Dutch club Telstar from Reading -- was called up to Dave Sarachan's squad after scoring 18 goals so far this season.
He told NH News he hoped to get playing time against Paraguay and said his spell at Telstar had helped him develop as a player.
"It's a good feeling to get the call-up and hopefully it...
Following a very short winter break, the 2018 Clausura tournament is set to kick off this week. Along with the many recognizable heroes and villains around the league, a number of unfamiliar faces will step onto the field this season and make their debuts in the Mexican first division.
Several Liga MX teams were quite busy with recent transfers, and although they have until Jan. 31 to register foreign players, there is already a long list of noteworthy additions.
In no specific order, here are...
Columbus Crew SC acquired attacker Kekuta Manneh from the Vancouver Whitecaps on Thursday in exchange for midfielder Tony Tchani and allocation money in a major MLS trade.
The Whitecaps will receive $225,000 in targeted allocation money and $75,000 in general allocation money in the deal.
Manneh has scored 22 goals with 12 assists in 101 regular-season games since the Whitecaps selected him with the fourth pick in the 2013 draft. Injuries limited him to just 17 games last season.