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News roundup: Union and Steel play tomorrow, Romero earns honors and Arsenal players fight off carjacking

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The Union take on the Impact in Montreal tomorrow night at 8:00pm.

Anthony Fontana talks about preparing for Saturday’s match.

Here’s the Union’s own news roundup.

Signups for the 2019 Battle of the Branches ends today at noon! The Union are hosting a 5v5 mini-soccer tournament on the deck of the Battleship New Jersey on August 6th to celebrate Military Appreciation Week.

Steel and Reading United

Bethlehem prepare to take on Saint Louis FC tomorrow at 8:30pm.

Tomas Romero has been nominated for USL Save of the Week and won Player of the Week after last weeks shutout against Louisville.

Reading United will face southern conference champs, Tormenta FC 2 in USL League Two semi-final tomorrow at 7:30pm in Georgia.


More about the infamous cat at Rio Tinto Stadium during the Leagues Cup match that the Tigres (coincidentally?) won on Wednesday.

Zlatan feels “hunted” after all of the attention and scrutiny he received after injuring El-Munir last week’s match.

Going green? The Sounders are saving the whales and promoting sustainability.


USMNT will face Uruguay in a friendly in St. Louis in September.

Former USWNT head coach, Pia Sundhage was named as Brazil’s women’s coach.


Arsenal’s Mesut Ozil and Sead Kolasinac fight off an attempted carjacking in London on Thursday.

Europe’s up to date 2019 summer transfers are all available here.

Everton unveil plans for new £500m stadium in north Liverpool for the 2023-2024 season.

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