Daily news roundups

News roundup: Union shake off loss, most watchable teams, Belgium v. France, more

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Philadelphia Union

Three things we learned from Philadelphia’s loss over the weekend.

The Union face Chicago Fire on Wednesday in a battle of two teams trying to find their footing.

The team’s struggles aren’t just on C.J. Sapong.


Reading United continue to claim the top spot of the USL PDL power rankings.


Have fun with these MLS watchability rankings.

Not good for the Union: Strength of schedule for the rest of the season.

Fernando Torres looks set for a move to Chicago Fire.

Your league power rankings.

David Beckham and MLS Miami released the first mock-ups a fancy, schmancy stadium complex.


Weekly USL power rankings.

World Cup

Big game today as heavyweights Belgium and France square off in what should be one of the best games of (an already very good) World Cup. Here are the key head-to-head battles.


Former Barcelona manager Luis Enrique has been named head of the Spanish national team.

Highlight of the Day

This is beautiful:


  1. Was hoping that would be the highlight today. Amazing.

    Some missing news bits for NWSL: turmoil in winless Sky Blue. Sam Kerr body slammed her former organization and the supporters group have demanded change. Also frustration about USWNT getting picked out of lines ups outside International windows.

    Can’t argue with “The Union are just not all that great to watch.”

  2. Hard to focus on much else with WC semis today and tomorrow, but how crazy is it that this Ronaldo to Juve looks like it’s going to happen?

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