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News roundup: Union lose, Steel lose, Pulisic dosen’t play again

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Philadelphia Union

The Union fell to the New York Red Bulls 2-0 in North Jersey last night.

What they’re saying in Harrison. 

National coverage of the match.

The Bethlehem Steel had a night to forget, losing 6-1 to the Tampa Bay Rowdies. 


The Union are now in third place in the east. Atlanta found a late winner against San Jose.

NYCFC picked up a point against FC Dallas. 

Josef Martinez’s injury is not as serious as originally thought.

Is LAFC in a slump? 

This might be true for every playoff bubble team, not just Columbus.


Christian Pulisic did not appear for Chelsea yet again. 

Another week, another racist incident from Italy.

FIFA is planning to invest $1 billion in women’s soccer.

FIFA also weighed in on Iran’s women in soccer stadiums ban.

Mexico is taking steps to stop discriminatory chants. 

Philly Unity Cup 

The quarterfinals wrapped up this weekend. Here were the matchups. 

The semifinals are set for 5:30pm on Sunday at La Salle University.



  1. Old Soccer Coach says:

    An unfortunate point to note about the Bethlehem loss.
    It is the worst score line in the almost for year history of the club.
    There may have been more thorough dominations, Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh during the regular season last year, but this was the worst set of goal numbers.

    • I went out and didn’t see the game. Were any of the Union players there (Real, Mbaizo, Ngalina) or were they possibly resting to make the trip to San Jose?

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