The 2 Robbies have selected their contenders for the Premier League Goal of the Month for March. Now it’s your job to select the winner by clicking on the link above. Watch the contenders in the video above and then vote for your favorite. Enjoy.
SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) – Michael Bradley sees no reason to keep harping on that 4-0 loss at Costa Rica four months ago. Yes, it’s still fresh in the Americans’ minds, a night every mistake snowballed into another. “There is zero point in continuing to look back on that at the moment,” Bradley said. “We are where we are. Now it’s about on Friday night beginning this process of moving ourselves back up the table and stepping on the field from the first minute and playing a really aggressive way that ultimately leaves no doubt as to who’s stepping off the field, win or lose.” Bruce Arena’s U.S. squad gets a fresh start in World Cup qualifying Friday against Honduras, and the pressure is on following
Wayne Rooney is expected to go back to Everton, and the move won’t come a moment too soon when it comes to his international future. The Independent reported Tuesday that sources close to both club think a move will happen this summer, with Manchester United possibly waiving a transfer fee and Rooney taking a big pay cut to facilitate the move. It comes on the same day that England coach Gareth Southgate answered a question on Rooney’s future by saying his players need to feature regularly on the big stage for their clubs, and that the nation’s all-time scorer is not immune. In a week in which Jermain Defoe admitted his move to Toronto cost him time with the national team, this is not great news