Carpi

7th Serie B | 16-12-14
  • Goals For
    14th
    43 GF
  • Assists
    19th
    22 GA
  • Shots
    6th
    0 Shots
  • Saves
    4th
    1 SAV
  • NBC Sports

    Pulisic helps Borussia Dortmund to German Cup win

    Christian Pulisic won the decisive penalty kick as Borussia Dortmund won its fourth German Cup final with a 2-1 win over Eintracht Frankfurt on Saturday. Pulisic subbed into the match to earn a foul off the keeper, as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang converted

  • LAFC's $30-million commitment to training complex at Cal State L.A. is third-highest in MLS history
    Los Angeles Times

    LAFC's $30-million commitment to training complex at Cal State L.A. is third-highest in MLS history

    LAFC’s plan to spend $30 million on a training complex on the campus of Cal State Los Angeles would make it the third-largest investment in a practice facility in Major League Soccer history. Only Atlanta United and Real Salt Lake, who spent $60 million apiece, invested more. Atlanta, which joined MLS this season, opened its complex in April while Real Salt Lake’s new training home will be at least partly ready this fall. The Cal State University Board of Trustees approved LAFC’s ambitious proposal Wednesday. To build its complex, LAFC will renovate Cal State L.A.’s stadium and construct fields, locker rooms, sports medicine facilities and office space for coaches and staff as well for the club’s

  • D.C. United edges Vancouver on controversial penalty
    CSN Mid-Atlantic

    D.C. United edges Vancouver on controversial penalty

    D.C. United participated at the annual White House Easter Egg Roll on Monday at the invite of event organizers. Throughout the day, the select players on hand played soccer with the children present. And one of them was Barron Trump, the 11-year-old son of President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump. While there, United forward Patrick Mullins and midfielders Julian Buescher and Marcelo Sarvas all received an unscheduled invitation to meet Barron in the White House, where they talked soccer and even kicked around the ball. Sarvas' eldest son, who is around Barron's age, and Talon, the United mascot, also played. “He was very knowledgeable about soccer, knew about D.C. United and was interested