Freddy Adu Is Still Alive, Actually Playing Some Pretty Good Soccer

The last time we heard from the young man—despite being (in)famous for over a decade, can you believe he’s still only 26?—formerly known as The Next Pelé, Freddy Adu had flopped out of Finland’s league and was spending his considerable free time on the nightclub hosting circuit. But Adu did make it out of that… »10/11/15 12:56pm10/11/15 12:56pm


Freddy Adu Scored The Saddest Free Kick You'll Ever See

Remember Freddy Adu? Remember the guy that was supposed to save American soccer? Four months ago he signed with Kuopion Palloseura, in the Finnish first division. They’re the eleventh team the still-somehow-only-26-year-old Adu has played for: D.C. United —> Real Salt Lake —> Benfica —> AS Monaco —> Belenenses… »7/02/15 10:20pm7/02/15 10:20pm

Here's Video Of The Adu-To-Donovan-To-Dempsey Goal That Advanced The U.S. To The Gold Cup Final

With a 1-0 victory over Panama, the U.S. men's soccer team will face the winner of the upcoming Mexico/Honduras match in Houston. Yes, the Adu in the headline is Freddy, that not-quite-prodigy who Coach Bob Bradley inserted into the match in the 66th minute. And yes, both Adu's and Donovan's passes were magnificent. »6/22/11 9:00pm6/22/11 9:00pm