As it stated in Only a tiny minority of African soccer players achieve stardom and the rich rewards that go with it.
Some may find it difficult to gather sympathy for soccer players, multimillionaires in many countries.
But these are African players who need money to feed families and keep a roof — any roof — over their heads.
Yet there’s no money and no mention for the 48 Gabon league players who haven’t been paid for 10 months.
Senegal’s Sadio Mane returned to Premier League club Liverpool from Gabon on a private jet.
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How American soccer players abroad fared this weekend
(Gustavo Becerra/AFP-Getty Images)Of note: Several players competing in lesser leagues or with reserve/youth squads are not listed.
Paul Arriola celebrates his late goal for Tijuana at Leon in Liga MX.
Americans with dual nationalities representing other national teams have also been omitted.
BundesligaStuttgart forward Julian Green: vs. Fortuna Duesseldorf on MondayStuttgart midfielder Joel Soñora: vs. Fortuna Duesseldorf on MondayBochum midfielder Russell Canouse, on loan from Hoffenheim: in the 18 but did not play in 1-1 draw with KarlsruherSandhausen forward Andrew Wooten: played 90+ minutes (goal in 76th) in 2-0 victory over Erzgebirge AueFortuna Duesseldorf forward Jerome Kiesewetter: at Stuttgart on MondayFortuna Duesseldorf goalkeeper Justin Vom Steeg: at Stuttgart on Monday3.
ENGLANDPremier LeagueStoke City defender-midfielder Geoff Cameron: not in the 18 (injured) for 1-0 defeat at West BromMiddlesbrough goalkeeper Brad Guzan: in the 18 but did not play in 1-0 defeat at Man City Hotspur (transfer to Atlanta United this summer)Tottenham Hotspur defender Cameron Carter-Vickers: in the 18 but did not playSunderland midfielder Lynden Gooch: not in the 18 (injured) for 4-0 victory at Crystal PalaceManchester United defender-midfielder Matthew Olosunde: U23s at Derby County on MondayLiverpool midfielder Brooks Lennon: U23s, likely loan to Real Salt LakeWomen’s Super LeagueChelsea Ladies forward Crystal Dunn: FA Cup March 19Arsenal midfielder Heather O’Reilly: Kelly Smith testimonial Feb. 19ChampionshipNewcastle defender DeAndre Yedlin: played 90 minutes in 1-0 victory over Derby CountyReading midfielder Danny Williams: played 90 in 2-2 draw at Ipswich TownFulham defender Tim Ream: played 90 in 1-0 defeat at Birmingham CityNottingham Forest defender Eric Lichaj: played 90 in 2-1 victory over Aston VillaNottingham Forest midfielder Gboly Ariyibi: not in the 18 (joined club last week)Reading forward Andrija Novakovich: played 90 in U23s’ 2-0 defeat at ChelseaFulham midfielder Luca De La Torre: U23s vs. Middlesbrough on MondaySheffield Wednesday midfielder James Murphy: U23s vs. Nottingham Forest on MondayLeague OneScunthorpe midfielder Duane Holmes: played the first 45 minutes in 3-1 defeat at SouthendSCOTLANDPremiershipHearts midfielder Perry Kitchen: entered in the 63rd minute in 3-0 victory at MotherwellHearts forward Bjorn Johnsen: played the first 45Rangers midfielder Emerson Hyndman, on loan from Bournemouth: played 90 in 1-1 draw with Ross CountyGERMANYBundesligaMoenchengladbach midfielder Fabian Johnson: entered in the 65th minute in 3-0 victory over FreiburgBorussia Dortmund midfielder Christian Pulisic: entered in the 61st in 1-0 victory over RB LeipzigHamburg forward Bobby Wood: played 90 in 1-0 victory over Bayer LeverkusenHertha Berlin defender John Brooks: played 90 in 1-0 victory over IngolstadtIngolstadt midfielder Alfredo Morales: played 90Eintracht Frankfurt defender Timmy Chandler: played 90 in 2-0 victory over DarmstadtDarmstadt forward Terrence Boyd: played 68Werder Bremen forward Aron Johannsson: entered in the 66th in 3-2 defeat at AugsburgBorussia Dortmund midfielder Junior Flores: BVB II winter breakSchalke forward Haji Wright: Schalke II winter breakSchalke midfielder Weston McKennie: Schalke II winter break2.
as declared in Video of the incident:Things got a bit tasty between Wagner & Monk after Huddersfield’s late winner pic.twitter.com/ml8qSmyqeg — Off The Ball (@offtheball) February 5, 2017
Along his way he ran into the Leeds manager, Gary Monk, and in somewhat bizarre fashion, he squared-up to him in rather heated manner.
After Huddersfield’s Michael Hefele nabbed an 89th minute goal to secure a pivotal 2-1 win, German-American manager David Wagner was so excited that he took off running down the sideline.
The two had to be pried apart, but that’s when the two sets of players got involved.
The Championship match between Huddersfield and Leeds United — a game that had far-reaching implications for two teams vying for promotion to the Premier League — ended in rather ignominious fashion.
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