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News roundup: Dockal sees room for improvement, Toronto wins first leg, more

Philadelphia Union

Borek Dockal sees room for improvement after his performance in the Union’s loss against Colorado

Kickoff times have changed for the Union’s matches on June 2 and June 30.


Penn FC is hosting a free clinic on Sunday April 8. Attendees receive free tickets to the club’s April 21 home opener.


Toronto FC won their first leg against Club America 3-1. 

Toronto’s Jonathan Osorio was allegedly assaulted by one of America’s coaches in the tunnel at halftime:

Zlatan reportedly turned down $100 million to play in MLS. 

Around the globe

In the first leg a quarterfinal rematch of last years Champions League final, Real Madrid beat Juventus 3-0.

Bayern came from behind to beat Sevilla in their match 2-1

CONCACAF’s president earned $2 million last year, more than both FIFA’s and UEFA’s presidents.

Highlight of the day

Remember that Joga Bonito video way back in 2006 of Zlatan and Cristiano Ronaldo trying to outdo one another? Well that seems to still be going on after Zlatan’s stunner last week.



  1. If I were to put money today on the Champions League winner, it would be Madrid. I’m on the Messi side of the greatest player of all time debate, but no one rises to big games like Ronaldo. That team is just pure class. I honestly thought Juve would put up a better fight. Dybala…. oof.

    Can’t wait for 2:45 kickoff of City / ‘Pool. Love Klopp’s comment: “There will be fire.”

    • 30 mins in City getting pummeled by Liverpool.
      this is not going the way i’d hoped

    • Went better than I could have imagined, Chris. What a team performance. Great night for Trent AA and Robertson. Whole team was sensational… One away goal in the next leg should seal it, but I’m not celebrating yet.

  2. el Pachyderm says:

    to be fair… at the moment, in my opinion, the best team in the world is Bayern.

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