List of Americans Abroad
Dempsey absent with thigh injury, Fulham makes Europa Cup semifinals.
Back in good graces, Adu makes rare start for victorious Aris.
Friedel, Aston Villa suffer 7-1 rout at hands of Chelsea.
Friedel, Aston Villa fade in English Premier League despite unbeaten streak.
After long layoff, Dempsey scores decisive goal, Fulham edges Juventus in Europa Cup.
Donovan's highly successful Everton tenure ends on quiet note.
Both succeeding in Greece, Johnson gets critical U.S. call, Adu does not.
'Player of Month' Donovan, Howard help Everton stun Chelsea, Man. United.
Friedel streak ends, but Villa draws with Manchester United 1-1.
Altidore goal helps Hull defeat Manchester City 2-1.
Beasley's car is destroyed in Scotland racial incident.
Cherundolo agravates ailing shoulder, will miss at least month for Hannover.
Donovan scores first, sparks Everton past Sunderland in Premier League.
Howard, Donovan go down with Everton, eliminated from FA Cup.
Dempsey avoids surgery, his World Cup hopes remain intact.
Donovan is impressive, helping Everton draw with Arsenal in his debut.
Busy Dempsey continues to make his mark with Fulham.
Adu joins Johnson as loan acquisitions by Aris of Greece.
Friedel posts three more shutouts as Aston Villa climbs in English Premier League.
Beasley finally gets starts and he responds for Rangers in big way.
Howard stops penalty kick, rallies slumping Everton to victory, draw.
Dempsey finds net twice, Fulham blanks Blackburn 3-0 in EPL.
Setback in recovery from shin injury casts doubt on Jones joining U.S. team.
Dempsey runs his EPL scoring streak to three games, helping Fulham tie Wigan 1-1.
Mönchengladbach, Bradley experience improved play in Bundesliga.
Dempsey regains scoring touch, helps Fulham drop Liverpool.
Davies improves, but faces several surgeries, long road back.
Dempsey, injured in England, will miss at least one U.S. qualifier.
Injury problems continue for DeMerit who hurts eye in accident.
Hahnemann posts another shutout for Wolves in 0-0 draw with Stoke.
By Robert Wagman (in Washington, D.C.)
(Wednesday, April 14, 2010) -- United States goalkeeper Marcus Hahnemann earned another clean sheet, but the best Wolverhampton could do was a 0-0 draw Saturday with visiting Stoke City in the English Premier League at Molineux Stadium.
Stoke applied early pressure, but most of the threats against Hahnemann were long-range throw-ins or shots. He handled them easily.
With four matches remaining, Wolves (8-17-9, 33 points) are in 14th place and six points clear of the relegation zone.
In a meeting of American goalkeepers tonight, Aston Villa pulled out a 2-2 draw with Everton, profiting from an own goal in the 90th minute.
Brad Friedel had four saves for Aston Villa, while Tim Howard made four stops for Everton
Friedel was on the wrong end of a 3-0 loss to Chelsea Saturday in a FA Cup semifinal before 81,869 at Wembley Stadium.
Villa and Friedel played well for more than a hour, with Friedel holding the match scoreless until the 67th minute when the Villa defense seemed to run out of gas. Didier Drogba got to a loose ball and blasted it past Friedel before Chelsea then added additional goals in the final minute and in stoppage time.
American keeper Brad Guzan was on the Villa bench.
U.S. midfielder Clint Dempsey sat out Fulham's 0-0 draw at Liverpool with a thigh injury, suffered on the final play of the previous week's match against Wigan Athletic. The injury is not considered serious, but it also kept him out of last Thursday's 1-0 victory at VfL Wolfsburg of Bermany in a Europa League quarterfinal game.
Dempsey status is considered day-to-day.
U.S. defender Jonathan Spector went 90 minutes for West Ham United in a much-needed 1-0 decision over visiting Sunderland.
West Ham moved four points above the relegation zone in 17th place at 7-17-10 with 31 points.
U.S. striker Jozy Altidore went the distance for Hull City, which fell 4-1 to visiting Burnley.
Altidore assisted on an early goal that briefly gave Hull the lead.
In the second tier English League Championship, U.S. defender Jay DeMerit was back in action and went the distance in Watford's important 1-0 win over Plymouth Argyle.
A superior effort by the Watford defense, anchored by DeMerit, made the difference.
Watford (12-18-12, 48) moved into 19th place, four points and three positions above the relegation zone, with four games left.
American forward Kenny Cooper played the final minute for Plymouth (11-24-8, 41), which is in 23rd place and five points from escaping the drop zone with three matches remaining.
Sheffield Wednesday is also threatened by relegation at 11-20-12 with 45 points, one point from safety with three games to go.
Robert Wagman is SoccerTimes senior correspondent.
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