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News roundup: Union lose, Americans abroad, LAFC already playoff bound

Photo: Paul Rudderow 

Philadelphia Union 

The Union are no longer in first place of the east. After Saturday night’s performance, a 2-0 loss to the Chicago Fire,  they don’t deserve it.

What they’re saying on the banks of Lake Michigan.

National coverage of the match. 

Some good news. The Union U-13’s are CONCACAF Champion’s League winners.

Wanna chat with Ernst Tanner and Tim McDermott? Here’s an opportunity!


Results around the league went the Union’s way Saturday night. Except NYCFC’s win over Cincinnati.

Sunday night was not so kind. Atlanta United defeated Portland 2-0. The Union are now in second place in the Eastern Conference.

LAFC are the first team to book their ticket to the playoffs.

Is Darlington Nagbe one of the best in the MLS?

Carlos Vela has already broken the goal and assist season record.


3 Americans appeared in the Dusseldorf vs. Werder Bremen match. Zack Steffen and Alfredo Morales started for Dusseldorf, while Josh Sargent was a late sub for Bremen.

Christian Pulisic made his Chelsea home debut in a 1-1 draw with Leicester City.

Sky Blue FC held a match at Red Bull Arena, drawing over 9,000 fans.

Does Barcelona REALLY need Messi now as they’ll be without Luis Suarez?

American coach David Wagner started his Schalke career off with a 0-0 draw at Gladbach. Weston McKennie also started the match.


  1. The link for Barcelona question takes one to the Sky Blue article.

  2. OneManWolfpack says:

    How did Pulisic play? I wasn’t able to watch

    • Started out well enough, won some free kicks and connected on some decent passes, but faded as the game went on with some turnovers and was subbed off around the 70th minute. Overall I’d say it was a 5, didn’t do anything too great or too bad.

      • OneManWolfpack says:

        Thanks. Hope they give him the time to get used to the league and hopefully he continues to improve

  3. Pulisic did fine I thought. When you have a team still shakey keeping possession, losing the ball in midfield, it’s tough to get the appropriate touches and passes when they are still developing as a team.

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