Daily news roundups

Daily news roundup

The Inquirer talks to Danny Califf.

Robert W. Millar, inducted into the Philadelphia Soccer Hall of Fame (now the Southeastern Pennsylvania Hall of Fame) in 1991, has passed away at the age of 88.

WE’RE NUMBER ONE! WE’RE NUMBER ONE! Adidas reports the Union jersey is the number one selling MLS jersey since its launch in November.

The US women’s national Team will host Mexico in two friendlies in March. The first will be on March 28 in San Diego, the second on March 31 in Salt Lake City.

Goal.com discusses the emergence of MLS-based youth academies and how they are faring.

Italian police foil attempt to burgle Jose Mourinho’s home.

Manchester United sack a steward for attempting to return a confiscated anti-Glazer protest banner to the supporters who displayed it.

Portsmouth given seven day reprieve from being forced into administration.

Amy Fearn became the first woman to officiate a match in the Championship, England’s second division, on Tuesday night, when the original referee had to sub himself out due to an injury with 20 minutes to go in the match.

Leeds United will complain to the FA after three of its players were assaulted during a pitch invasion following their loss at Carlisle in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy area final.

The Guardian tackles gay-bashing in the terraces and on the pitch after the FA hurriedly drops release of film about homophobia.

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