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England U17 champ Curtis Anderson joining USL's Charlotte Independence

Anderson saved and scored a penalty in England's round-of-16 shootout win over Japan at the 2017 Under-17 World Cup.

England Under-17 World Cup winner Curtis Anderson has joined United Soccer League side Charlotte Independence from Manchester City.

"When I heard that Charlotte Independence were interested in signing me I quickly decided that this was too good an opportunity to miss out on," Anderson told the team's website. "Especially the chance playing in senior football for the first time in my young career."

The 18-year-old goalkeeper had not made a first-team appearance for the Premier League champions,...

Del Piero reveals ownership of LA10 FC after unbeaten season

Alessandro Del Piero won multiple titles in his time with Juventus.

Juventus and Italy legend Alessandro Del Piero has decided to disclose that he is the owner of a small soccer club based in Los Angeles.

Del Piero initially kept his involvement in LA10 FC private but then decided to go public after the team went undefeated this season, won its division and was promoted to the highest level of the United Premier Soccer League.

"After a period of anonymity (you know me, I like privacy), I decided to share this beautiful experience and give credit to the entire team...

Ex-United States caretaker boss Dave Sarachan joins North Carolina FC

Dave Sarachan is preparing the U.S. for September friendlies against Brazil and Mexico.
Dave Sarchan spent nearly all of 2018 as caretaker coach of the United States.

Dave Sarachan, who led the United States on a caretaker basis for nearly all of 2018, has signed with USL side North Carolina FC to become the team's next manager, the club announced on Monday.

Sarachan, 64, takes over from Colin Clarke, who was relieved of his duties after NCFC failed to reach the playoffs last season.

"We are thrilled to welcome Dave Sarachan as the new North Carolina FC head coach," said North Carolina FC president and GM Curt Johnson.

"Dave has been a highly respected leader...

Louisville City founder Wayne Estopinal dies in plane crash

Wayne Estopinal, the founder of the second-tier soccer club Louisville City, was killed in a plane crash in southern Indiana on Friday. He was 63.

Ball State University, where Estopinal was a trustee, confirmed his death in the crash, while his USL team also released a statement. Two others killed in the crash have not been identified.

The plane, which was headed to Chicago, crashed about 16 miles north of Louisville at about 11:30 a.m., six minutes after departing Clark Regional Airport in...