Jeff Carlisle U.S. soccer correspondent 

Guyana manager Michael Johnson on playing the US in the Gold Cup: "The bottom line is the lads have absolutely nothing to lose, and you always see with that underdog mentality…that upsets do happen. On any given day, it could be our day. We're under no illusions that the U.S. will be a tough task. But the players are very, very excited about playing against them."

Tim Howard: Goalkeepers have to go to some dark places (1:15)
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Rooney: Utd must sign potential over big names

Wayne Rooney has urged Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to target young players rather than established superstars this summer.

Kamara extends Rapids' unbeaten run to 5 matches (0:59)
Union come from 2-0 down to beat Red Bulls (1:52)
Topsy turvy stalemate in San Jose (1:57)

Kieran Darcy ESPN Staff Writer 

Shea Salinas, my original MLS Tier 2 defender this week, is out for San Jose against Dallas. I'm switching to Minnesota's Ike Opara -- a goal threat on set pieces, up against a weak Colorado team.

Toronto deny Sporting KC with last gasp equalizer (1:59)
Five-star NYCFC extend unbeaten streak to 10 games (2:34)
Seattle Sounders host Special Olympics Unified signing day (1:54)
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MLS W2W4: Red Bulls' run to continue in Philly?

The battle to be the Beast of the East continues with New York Red Bulls taking on the Philadelphia Union. Here's W2W4 this weekend in MLS.

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Late Taider brace rallies Impact past Sounders

Saphir Taider scored twice late in the second half as the Montreal Impact rallied for a 2-1 victory against the Seattle Sounders on Wednesday night.