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News roundup: Union don’t suck and Champions League groups drawn

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Watch the PSP Postgame Show.

Sapong named Man of the Match.

Fafa explains how they’ve proved the Union don’t suck. Agreed.

Adam Cann talks Orlando City SC in preparation of tomorrow’s match.

The official U.S. Open Cup final watch party is now officially open to sign up and confirm entry.


Brendan Burke and Matt Mahoney discuss the Steel’s August momentum.

Ocean City Nor’easter’s coach, John Thompson is stepping down.


Quakes shook up the West leaders, FC Dallas, 4-3.

Toronto FC signs Jonathan Osorio to multi-year contract extension.

US Soccer

Lindsey Horan now comfortable as playmaker for USWNT.


Luka Modrić is UEFA Men’s Player of the Year for 2017/2018. Bet he’d prefer the World Cup, though.

The 2018/2019 UEFA Champions League groups have been drawn. Liverpool seems to have it the worst.

FIFA official Juan Ángel Napout sentenced to nine years in prison for racketeering.

One Comment

  1. I’d agree on Liverpool having the toughest draw except for that I’m a PSG skeptic. They’ve yet to show they can do much when not beating up on lesser Ligue 1 clubs. Those could very well be words I eat in several months, but for now, I’m sticking by them.

    Spurs arguably have a tougher hill to climb. Barca is Barca and Inter might be competitive. City has a cake walk. Can’t wait for Juve v. United.

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