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News roundup: Union play tomorrow, equal pay fight isn’t over and Europe’s leagues kick off this weekend

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The Union will play the Chicago Fire tomorrow night at 8:00 p.m. Here’s a preview featuring PSP homegrown Adam Cann.

Ernst Tanner and Tim McDermott will be at a live Town Hall at the Union Club on Tuesday, August 20th at 7:00 p.m.

Yesterday the Union’s U13s won 3-0 against Comunicaciones of Guatemala to reach the finals of the ScotiaBank CONCACAF Under-13 Champions League tournament. The final match against ADFA Santa Ana is tomorrow at 2:00 p.m.

A news roundup by the Union within a news roundup.


No match for the Steel this weekend, they’ll be back at Talen Energy Stadium on Sunday, August 25th against Birmingham Legion FC.

More about Bethlehem’s local goalkeeper, Todd Morton.


How the Eastern Conference is shaping up approaching the playoffs. Not too bad, if I do say so myself.

And in the west, here’s how LAFC can clinch a playoff spot this weekend.

If you didn’t already know, Atlanta United won the Campeones Cup, 3-2, and this is what their victory means for MLS.

Frank de Boer regrets calling the USWNT’s equal pay fight “ridiculous”. 

Video evidence of C.J. Sapong scoring yet another goal for Chicago the other night.


Equal pay mediation talks might have stopped, but Megan Rapinoe and Christen Press are already speaking out saying the won’t accept anything less than equal pay. 


The updated European summer transfer tracker. 

La Liga’s season starts this weekend and Messi will miss Barcelona’s season opener today. 

Ten things to watch out for in the Premier League this weekend.

van Dijk, Messi and Ronaldo have been named to the 2019 UEFA Player of the Year award shortlist. While Lucy Bronze, Ada Hegerberg and Amandine Henry all from Olympique Lyonnais have been named to the 2019 UEFA Women’s Player of the Year award shortlist. 


  1. CJ still scoring CJ goals
    With all the tall trees we have at the moment it still surprises me that we haven’t had more head goals (not scored by Fafa or Fabian or Accam) – Elliot’s goal on Sunday notwithstanding
    Heading is an absolute skill and the intuition to know where the ball will be and how to go get it always impresses me

  2. The fight for the Eastern Conference Title is looking very tough when you see who we have left to play. The quality of teams remaining, overall, is brutal. The only saving grace is that apparently many of our opponents have midweek games prior to playing us. But even still, I don’t expect us to hold onto the top spot with this schedule remaining.

  3. i don’t regret calling de Boer a tone-deaf d-bag.

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