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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Ex-United States international Charlie Davies diagnosed with cancer

Charlie Davies visited the ESPN campus and tried juggling random things to celebrate International Moment of Laughter Day.

Former United States international forward Charlie Davies has been diagnosed with cancer.

The 30-year-old New England Revolution player told FOX Sports on Saturday he was diagnosed "a few months ago."

The Revolution confirmed the diagnosis in an issued statement on the club's website, adding that Davies is now in remission.

"Today, New England Revolution forward Charlie Davies shared that earlier this spring he was diagnosed and treated for liposarcoma and that he is now in remission," the statement...

Dortmund's U.S. international Pulisic delighted with 'incredible' year

Christian Pulisic drew Dortmund level late in stoppage time against Man City.
The guys answer your questions about Mario Gotze, Christian Pulisic and Juventus.
After Saturday's 4-0 victory over Bolivia at Children's Mercy Park in Kansas City - the US national team's final tune-up before the Copa America Centenario kicks off Friday against Colombia - MLSsoccer.com's Jillian Sakovits caught up with...
Christian Pulisic continued his impressive 2016 by scoring his first goal for the United States with cool finish.
The ESPN FC crew discuss the rise of Christian Pulisic and the excitement about his future with Dortmund and the United States.
Christian Pulisic played the final 13 minutes of Borussia Dortmund's 1-1 draw against Liverpool in the UEFA Europa League.
In the wake of Christian Pulisic's debut for the US national team MLSsoccer.com's Jillian Sakovits discusses some of the youngest players ever to suit up for the USMNT.  ...

United States international Christian Pulisic has told German newspaper Ruhr Nachrichten that he is astounded by his own quick development at club and country level.

Pulisic debuted for Borussia Dortmund in January 2016, aged 17 years and 134 days old, and went on to make 12 appearances in the Bundesliga and Europa League under Dortmund coach Thomas Tuchel in the last campaign.

His club performances caught the eye of U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann, who handed him a debut in March 2016 in a World Cup...

Gedion Zelalem 'good enough' for the Premier League after Rangers loan

Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech says that American Gedion Zelalem has great potential and has a chance to make the first team.
Despite pleasing sponsors, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes foreign tours come at the expense of valuable training time.

SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Arsenal and U.S. youth international Gedion Zelalem praised the impact that his loan spell at Rangers has had on his development.

Zelalem made 28 league and cup appearances with the Scottish side last season, helping the club gain promotion to the Scottish Premier League, as well as reach the Scottish Cup final, where Rangers fell to Hibernian 3-2.

"It helped me a lot, playing in front of 50,000 [fans] every week," said Zelalem about his time with Rangers. "Just being a first-team...

State of the MLS, and what comes next

MLS Commissioner Don Garber joins ESPN's coverage of the MLS All-Star Game to discuss expansion and video replay.

It was 20 years ago that Major League Soccer set about making its mark in both its sport and in the North American sporting world, an ongoing quest that has been met with its share of success but still continues to pose significant challenges. As Thursday's All-Star Game (ESPN, 7:30 p.m. ET) gives the league a moment to reset, our MLS Insiders take a look at the state of the league in 2016 and theorize about what the future might hold.

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Who's in the next wave of MLS stars?

Andre Blake and Jordan Hamilton are among the current MLS names whose names will continue to resonate.
Andre Blake and Jordan Hamilton are among the current MLS names whose names will continue to resonate.

A quick scan of the MLS roster for Thursday's All-Star Game against Arsenal (7:30 p.m. ET, ESPN) reads like a who's who of past-their-prime European stars. There's 38-year-old Montreal Impact striker Didier Drogba. There's Andrea Pirlo, 37, and his New York City FC teammate David Villa, 34.

But a closer inspection of the squad list reveals plenty of up-and-comers, too. Add in Wednesday's Homegrown game (9 p.m. ET, mlssoccer.com) against Mexico's under-20 national team, and there's no shortage of young MLSers who have a chance to make their mark at home -- and, eventually, across the Atlantic -- in the months and years to come. Here are 10 players to keep an eye on in San Jose:

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