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Americans Abroad Tuesday Rewind: Cameron Carter-Vickers, Tim Ream and more


Tuesday was a day for Americans in the English Championship, but it certainly wasn’t a positive one.

Cameron Carter-Vickers headlined the contingent on Americans Abroad as he played a part on the lone goal conceded in Sheffield United’s 1-0 loss to Queens Park Rangers. The finish was far from Carter-Vickers’ fault, as Chelsea loanee goalkeeper Jamal Blackman came out for a punch and ran over the American central defender. The collision left Blackman on the ground, opening the door for a simple finish from Idrissa Sylla.

Meanwhile, Tim Ream and Fulham fell to defeat as well in a 2-0 loss to Bristol City. The most notable development was the inclusion of Luca de la Torre on the bench as the young midfielder made his Championship debut last weekend.

Elsewhere, Eric Lichaj played a full 90 minutes in a Nottingham Forest defeat while Lynden Gooch did not dress in Sunderland’s draw, the lone point earned by a team with an American on Tuesday.

Here’s a closer look at Tuesday’s AA:



Tim Ream started and played 90 minutes in Fulham’s 2-0 loss to Bristol City on Tuesday.

Luca de la Torre dressed but did not play for Fulham on Tuesday.

Cameron Carter-Vickers started and played 90 minutes in Sheffield United’s 1-0 loss to Queens Park Rangers on Tuesday.

Lynden Gooch did not dress in Sunderland’s 3-3 draw with Bolton Wanderers on Tuesday.

Eric Lichaj started and played 90 minutes in Nottingham Forest’s 3-1 loss to Reading on Tuesday.


  1. Robinson, CCV, Moore, and McKinnie are the highlights for the young Yanks breaking through (Pulisic too obviously). We need a steady string of these players emerging. I wish Akwale would get a shot at Villareal (or a loan). Hyndman needs a break too, I think he’s fully recovered now – and Bournemouth is awful.


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