Daily news roundups

News roundup: Fabián debuts, Union lose, and US Open Cup news

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Philadelphia Union

Marco Fabián made his Union debut, but they still lost to the Montreal Impact down in Tampa.

The broadcaster for Saturday’s game had no idea who Jack Elliot was.

Doolsta won again, coming home eMLS League Series Two champ.


Atlanta revealed their new uniform, which is apparently different from their old one.

Allegedly Inter Miami is courting a familiar name for the coaching job.

Not everyone is happy about Hwang In-beom’s move to Vancouver.

More MLS teams are seeing growing the game as part of their business model.

Zlatan has confidence that Zlatan will play well this season.

The Rapids are counting on incremental improvements being enough to bounce back from a tepid 2018.

US Soccer

US Soccer will be operating with its largest annual budget this year, 18% more than last year.

That money will be spent in a number of ways. Notably the USWNT’s World Cup defense is not mentioned.

Presumably the “US Open Cup improvements” include this rumored new broadcast deal which will make the US Open Cup more accessible from the early rounds onward.

Tyler Adams is doing well.

And Tim (Timo?) Weah is having a good time in Scotland.


And they have the nerve to call MLS a “retirement league”. (Important context: Pizarro is 40.)

Back in my day!

Juventus is on-track to set a new Serie A record, again.

Meanwhile, in the Italian third division … Final score: 20-0. Seriously.

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