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The Pittsburgh Riverhounds have announced their Development Academy (RDA) has reached an agreement to officially partner with Columbus Crew SC Academy. Already affiliated at their respective professional sides since 2016, this announcement will align the two entities in youth development and identification practices.
With all five family members prospering in various quarters of American soccer, 2017 is shaping up as a memorable year for the Harkes clan. SoccerWire's Charles Boehm takes a look.
The Richmond Kickers have announced that the club’s proposed 40-year lease for City Stadium was unanimously approved by Richmond City Council.
The U.S. U-17 Men's National Team kicks off their FIFA U-17 World Cup campaign on Saturday vs. Nigeria, the first of three daunting group-stage matchups in Chile. But the young Yanks can call on Tyler Adams, the New York Red Bulls Academy product who is already turning heads with his quality play and maturity beyond his years. SoccerWire caught up to Adams as he and his teammates prepared for their Chilean challenge.
They’ve won multiple national titles, boast a pair of teams currently undefeated in U.S. Soccer Development Academy play and just won the prestigious Generation Adidas Cup. And yet, for the academy program of the New York Red Bulls, the only thing that really matters is the players they produce for their MLS parent club, coach Simon Nee tells SoccerWire in an exclusive interview.
It's widely seen as one of the biggest problems in North American pro soccer: How can teenage academy products be converted into everyday MLS starters more efficiently? With their prolific youth system, the New York Red Bulls have been particularly vexed by this issue and hope to address it with a new venture in 2015.