Daily news roundups

News roundup: Union and Steel matches this weekend, USOC fourth round announced and trusting the process pays off (in England)

Photo Credit: Earl Gardner


It’s too nice to not relive in slow-mo

Get to know the Loons before Sunday’s match in Minnesota. Kickoff is at 4pm.

Philly can give Minnesota their first loss at their new home, and other reasons to watch the match.

Bedoya is not pleased with the Union’s recent slump.

The Union will face DC United on June 12th in the fourth round of the US Open Cup.

Catch every photo from the very wet midweek match against Colorado.


Bethlehem heads up to New Jersey to play NYRB II tomorrow at 7pm.

What to know about NYRB II before tomorrow.

The Bethlehem Steel announced they’ve started a reading program with “local” Delaware County libraries.


Here’s the full US Open Cup fourth round draw.

The MLS and Liga MX announce the new Leagues Cup, an annual tournament between the two leagues that will debut in July 2019.

Montreal loses Ignacio Piatti for at least eight weeks due to knee injury.


The U20 USMNT beat Qatar 1-0, advancing out of group play and into the knockout stage of the World Cup. It wasn’t a pretty match for the red, white and blue.

Breaking down the USA’s group, Group F in the women’s World Cup.


Man City turned down a £70.7m bid for Leroy Sane from Bayern Munich.

Liverpool and Tottenham, Jurgen Klopp and Mauricio Pochettino, proof that trophies come with commitment (dare I say trust?!) to the process. Trust the process, folks, it’s a Philly motto.

The complete recap of the 2018-2019 La Liga season.

Sergio Ramos isn’t coming to die in the Chinese league or the  MLS, he’s confirmed he’s staying at Real Madrid and wants to retire there.

One Comment

  1. Andy Muenz says:

    I believe the Bethlehem Steel match is tonight, not tomorrow.

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