Darlington Nagbe is a Liberia-conceived American soccer player who has been hailed as a standout amongst other youthful players in the nation. He plays as a midfielder for the Portland Timbers in Major League Soccer and the United States men’s national soccer group. He moved to the US at eleven years old, and was found by Caleb Porter, who trained him in the United States U-23 group and the University of Akron men’s group. Two years after he joined Portland Timbers, Caleb turned into the head mentor of the group and got a large number of his previous colleagues from his school group, which brought about strong comprehension between the mentor and the players and helped him thrive. As his dad, Joe Nagbe played in European nations, his fans expected that given the correct opportunity, he may move to Europe also. After long foresight, he at last turned into a US native in September 2015 and was chosen into the national group in November. He has been a piece of the Portland Timbers group which won the 2015 MLS Cup and the US universal group that won the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup.