Headline News: Clyde Simms

Find out what the former Revs midfielder is doing to help raise awareness about kidney disease

Former Revs midfielder Clyde Simms confirmed yesterday that he is in need of a kidney transplant, just months after retiring from professional soccer. Find out why Simms is staying positive in Anthony Gulizia’s piece in the Boston Globe.

Simms’ news has prompted an influx of support for the 31-year-old. Brian O’Connell of ESPN Boston reports on what Simms is doing to help raise awareness about kidney disease, as well as his plans for the future.

A number of MLS stars should be heading to Brazil this summer to represent the USMNT after several players have returned state-side over the last year. Check out the thoughts of US forward Landon Donovan, midfielder Michael Bradley and head coach Jurgen Klinsmann regarding the benefit of attracting the top US players back to MLS in Andrew Wiebe’s story on MLSSoccer.com.