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News roundup: Union play tomorrow, MLS first half reviews and FIFA updates racism punishments

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Union

The Union face off against Real Salt Lake tomorrow night at 10PM, so there’s plenty of time to read this preview before kickoff. And there’s plenty of time to watch the previous matches, too!

Wooten is ready to introduce himself to the MLS.

The Union’s own news roundup.

Here’s everything about the FIFA 19 Global Series PlayStation 4 Playoffs.

Chester’s newest brewery, Larmier Beer Company plans to be opening before July 19th, just in time to hit the Union tailgates on July 20th!

Steel

Watch the recap of Bethlehem’s 4-3 loss to NYRBII on Wednesday night.

MLS

Doyle dished out his grades for every MLS team at the halfway point of the 2019 season. The Philadelphia Union made the grade.

Warshaw’s best MLS starting XI for the first half of the season, featuring Ilsinho, Kai Wagner and LAFC.

Watch 24 of the prettiest goals of the season so far, one from each team.

The top 5 MLS MVP candidates midway through 2019 season, including Jamiro Monteiro.

The MLS and Liga MX announced that the final match of the inaugural Leagues Cup will be held in Las Vegas in September.

US

NYPD investigate the possible hate crime against Megan Rapinoe where her posters were defaced with homophobic slurs.

Missing the USWNT? Well the NWSL is full of the World Cup champs.

World

FIFA is taking a stand against racism as the disciplinary code gets redrafted and put into effect next week.

Catch up on Europe’s summer transfers.

Here’s what’s happening in the Africa Cup of Nations.

Arsenal captain, Laurent Koscielny has refused to travel with the club for the preseason tour of the United States.

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