FC Erzgebirge Aue

12th 2 Bundesliga | 2-4-1
  • Goals For
    11th
    8 GF
  • Assists
    17th
    3 GA
  • Shots
    5th
    105 Shots
  • Saves
    2nd
    24 SAV
  • Inexperienced Southgate given first shot at vacant England job
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    Inexperienced Southgate given first shot at vacant England job

    MANCHESTER, England (AP) After the acrimonious departure of Sam Allardyce, England’s national soccer team is temporarily in the hands of a man who said just three weeks ago that he wasn’t ready for such a high pressure job. Yet interim coach Gareth Southgate may end up keeping it given the paucity of top-class English managers around. The English Football Association’s preference is that an Englishman coaches the national team, but there’s hardly a queue of top-quality candidates. Alan Pardew, Eddie Howe and Steve Bruce are high on the list of bookmakers’ favorites to be the next England coach, yet none of them have managed a so-called big club in the Premier League or coached a team in the Champions

  • Soccer phenom Carli Lloyd on protests, equal pay & leadership
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    Soccer phenom Carli Lloyd on protests, equal pay & leadership

    In March, Lloyd along with her teammates Hope Solo, Alex Morgan, Becky Sauerbrunn and Rapinoe, filed a complaint against the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission alleging that members of the women's national team are paid significantly less than their male counterparts. "Things are going well with that," said Lloyd. "It's my duty and our team's duty to continue this fight. I want to leave the game better off than when I came on," she added. Lloyd said they've received overwhelming support and the real test will come when their collective bargaining deal is up at the end of the year. The 2015 FIFA World Cup winner also reflected on her former teammate and best friend, Solo. The goalie

  • USMNT Pulisic on assist vs. Real Madrid: “There’s no better feeling”
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    USMNT Pulisic on assist vs. Real Madrid: “There’s no better feeling”

    Christian Pulisic continued his fairytale rise up through the ranks of the soccer world on Tuesday as the 18-year-old jumped off the bench and notched a crucial assist as Borussia Dortmund scored a late equalizer in the UEFA Champions League against Real Madrid. Trailing the reigning European champions heading into the final few minutes at home in their Group F game, Pulisic picked up the ball on the right flank (see video below) and drove towards Real’s defense. Dortmund’s fans went nuts and so did Pulisic. The U.S. national team attacker has now made five appearances in all competitions for Dortmund this season, scoring once, and the Hershey, Pennsylvania native revealed what it felt like to play against Real in a huge UCL game at the Westfalenstadion.