Tim Ream the USMNT: A Comprehensive Overview of His Recent Achievements and News

Tim Ream USMNT

Tim Ream the USMNT, full name Timothy Michael Ream, is an American professional soccer player born on October 5, 1987, in Louis, Missouri, United States to US parents. He plays as a center-back or left-back for Premier League club Fulham and the United States national team. There have been some recent news about Tim Ream the USMNT. He signed a contract extension with Fulham on Monday, which ties the 35-year-old Ream to the club through the 2023-24 season. However, he also broke his arm in a loss against Manchester City and is done for the season.

Tim Ream has been performing exceptionally well in Europe. He was exceptional for Fulham in their Championship-winning season last year and has been even better this year, starting every match as Fulham are inconceivably sixth in the Premier League. He has become an integral part of the USMNT’s run at the World Cup and was arguably the team’s best player in Qatar.

Tim Ream the USMNT contract bid won by Fulham on August 20, 2015, with whom he signed a four-year contract. He made his Fulham debut on August 29, 2015, in a 3–1 win over Rotherham United.

There have been several journalists and coaches who have mentioned Tim Ream in the last four months. USMNT head coach Gregg Berhalter spoke about Ream’s inclusion in the World Cup squad and how he had a phone call with him two weeks before the tournament. Ream has also been complimented by one of the top coaches in the game according to a story Berhalter relayed to ESPN’s Herculez Gomez.

Several journalists have mentioned Tim Ream in the last four months. Steven Goff of The Washington Post wrote an article about Tim Ream’s journey to the World Cup and how he never gave up on his dream. Sam Stejskal of The Athletic wrote an article about Tim Ream’s deep connections to England, St. Louis, and his teammates.