Sale Sharks winger Denny Solomona is hopeful of regaining his spot in the England squad for their upcoming tests in November after losing his place due to disciplinary issues. Solomon and centre Manu Tuilagi were sent home from a pre-season training camp in London due to "team culture issues" with media with media reports suggesting they had indulged in a drunken night out. England manager Eddie Jones said in September that the duo would be picked for the squad if they proved they have the right attitude and Solomona is optimistic of his chances.
D.C. United goalkeeper Bill Hamid, the organization’s longest-serving player who rose from the academy ranks to a U.S. national team prospect, said Wednesday that he will not return to the club next season. Hamid’s contract expires this winter, and, after weighing offers from United and exploring other opportunities, he told the Insider: “I want to push myself and see how far I can go because I know I have the work ethic and the hunger to take myself very far in this game. I know I can make it to the next level.” Hamid, who will turn 27 next month, declined to say where he is headed. The assumption, however, is that he plans to sign with a European club. He would not have to wait until the winter