Hours after his side’s 6-0 thrashing of Honduras to resuscitate dreams of qualifying for the 2018 World Cup, Bruce Arena announced on Saturday five changes to the U.S. national team roster ahead of Tuesday’s qualifier against Panama. [ FOLLOW: All of PST’s USMNT coverage | MLS ] John Brooks (sinus infection), Sebastian Lletget (foot), Jordan Morris (knee) and Michael Orozco (knee) were all released back to their club teams, while Club Tijuana midfielder Paul Arriola was added to the squad. Brooks dealt with the sinus infection throughout USMNT camp this past week, as Morris did his knee injury which he picked up last weekend. Lletget left Friday’s win over Honduras in the 18th minute and will
England's Jake Livermore feared that he would never play again after failing a drugs test in the aftermath of his son's death in 2014. Livermore was with Hull City when the tragedy struck and he took cocaine to help deal with the grief, which led to a suspension. "There was a stage in my life where I didn't think I was going to play at all, let alone get back playing for England," he said in quotes reported by The Mirror.
As Rick Grimes, actor Andrew Lincoln regularly battles the undead on his show “The Walking Dead”. As a friend of Exeter City manager Paul Tisdale, Lincoln was probably pretty happy to watch a team that would not die. Exeter went down 3-0 when Yeovil Town broke a scoreless drought with a trio of tallies between the 62nd and 78th minutes. But Exeter’s David Wheeler scored in the 88th minute, and Troy Brown and Reuben Reid scored a minute apart at the beginning of stoppage time to earn a point for the League Two playoff hopeful. Couple things on this video, too: — Check out the shove on the goalkeeper when trying to collect the ball after the first goal of the fight back. — Watch the man with his