Daily news roundups

Daily news roundup

Kicks Soccer has a preview of the MLS Eastern Conference and predicts a sixth place finish in the conference for the Union.

Philadelphia Union CEO and Co-Chair of the Philadelphia Host City Bid Committee Nick Sakiewicz tells City Council that increasing the number of international terminals at the airport would boost Philadelphia’s chances of becoming one of the 2018 or 2022 World Cup host cities.

The new goalie for the Independence, Karina LeBlanc, talks about her move from the now defunct LA Sol to Philadelphia.

Goal.com looks at the financial dilemmas faced by veteran players and MLS clubs when older players reach the end of their contract.

Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa and Po, noted Manchester City supporters, have been silent about Gary Neville's proposed new home.

MLS Talk examines why the MLS is losing the American TV war.

Tickets are now on sale for the Mexico national team US tour. Locally (sort of) they will play Ecuador at the New Meadowlands Stadium on May 7 at 9pm.

8000 people show up for a high school soccer game in Santa Barbara.

Gary Neville’s plans for a £6 million flower-shaped “Teletubby” home in a greenbelt area overlooking Bolton are opposed by his neighbors.

The Swiss Parliament upholds the tax-free status of FIFA and UEFA.

Today’s Champions League matches are Manchester United v AC Milan at 2:30 p.m. and Real Madrid v Lyon at 5pm. Both matches are can be seen on FSC.

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