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News roundup: USMNT loses, Fafa gets his cap and the Steel’s playoff push

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Are the Union the “the most fashionably edgy dark-horse MLS Cup pick”? Even the MLS is shocked to write a piece about the Union actually playing well this season…

Here are the key notes from Tanner’s press conference on Wednesday.

Curtin discusses the top academy prospects after scrimmage.

The Union extend Doolsta’s contract as the club’s gamer through the 2019 FIFA season.


The playoff race continues for Bethlehem Steel FC, with their game against Tampa Bay being a key match.

Penn FC’s owner, Eric Pettis dispels some rumors in his message to fans.


Are these the top 5 transformative head coaching hires in MLS history?

LAFC are currently the third-best first-year expansion team in the total points competition at 53, and approaching the top spot.

NYCFC have signed Johnson, Ring and Callens to new multi-year contracts.

US Soccer

With the USMNT 4-2 loss, this was definitely the moment of the night

Besides Fafa getting a cap.

Women’s 2019 World Cup prize money has been increased, doubled actually.

Columbus’ Berhalter remains the USMNT head coach favorite.


Be on the lookout for these these 60 young up and coming players around the world, all born in 2001.

Real Madrid is suing a Portuguese newspaper over claims that the club forced Ronaldo to settle in rape case.

Wales lost to Spain, 1-4 in an international friendly and Israel beat Scotland, 2-1 in their Nations League match.


  1. el Pachyderm says:

    Colombia show us just how far away we are.
    Off ball movement and ability to create space for teammates then exploit that space is light years ahead.
    Memo to John Brooks… you cannot give James Rodriguez 2 feet of space while he jags and jukes to his favored positions inside the box for a flick cross that results in a bicycle kick gol punctuating just how far away we are.
    And what of Michael Bradley? Over him.

  2. i was mildly interested in the Columbia game, mainly for Fafa. had the Eagles not been playing i might have even watched it. been over Bradley “leading” this team for years.

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