Daily news roundups

News roundup: Union play Sunday, Steel play tomorrow and PL opening weekend

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The Union take on the Houston Dynamo on Sunday at 6:00 p.m. Check out our match preview later today.

Brenden Aaronson talks about the challenges the boys in blue will face against Houston in this quick preview.

There’s a lot going on in Talen Energy Stadium this match – it’s Military Appreciation Night and Dollar Dog Night, with lots of things on sale in the Union store.

Who’s your player of the month for July? Fabian, Przybylko, Picault, or Fontana?

Pretty sure Kai Wagner lost this one and can’t fold a paper box correctly…


The Steel are on the road, facing off against Nashville SC tomorrow at 8:00pm. 

Todd Morton hints that Bethlehem is changing things up this match to be more compact and allow fewer goals in tomorrow’s match. 


NYCFC beat a 10-man Houston squad 3-2 last night. The Dynamo’s Romell Quioto received a red card in the 29th for violent conduct, so we won’t see him on Sunday.

The grades are in! Here’s how each team did in the secondary transfer window.

The Extratime podcast discusses deadline day, why Wayne Rooney is heading back to England and more.

A new MLS rivalry kicks off tomorrow and it’s called “Hell is Real”. Any guesses who it is?

How LAFC players and one coach observe Ramadan, balancing faith and football with support.


US Soccer has hired lobbyists to argue against claims of a pay gap between the USWNT and the USMNT.


It’s opening weekend for the Premier League, so here are 10 things to watch out for.

Your updated European transfer tracker to give you all the recent signing news across Europe’s top five leagues. And a transfer tracker just for the Premier League because yesterday was deadline day and matches start tomorrow morning.


  1. John P. O'Donnell Jr. says:

    Seems like yesterday that we are debating how the Union would be irrelevant now and the Phillies & Eagles would be commanding the spot light. Some very big home games are on the schedule going forward, with the first spot in the East in the mix. I wonder if some sell outs will happen?

    • it’s likely. i’m actually planning on attending the next few homes. been a killer year of conflicts but should be good for the final home stretch.

      • In Tanner We Trust says:

        Finances are tight, but I’m going to the Atlanta game with a lot of people, and that figures to be just as electric an atmosphere, if not more than, the NYRB game. Probably hitting the NYC finale, mainly out of spite. Side note, angry that Castellanos was the hero last night. 2nd side note, Yes Network announcers are awful, that’s the last time I watch NYC on ESPN+.

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