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News roundup: Aaronson and McKenzie return, Jurgen Locadia joins Cincinnati, USWNT win Olympic group

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Philadelphia Union 

Mark your calendars, Union match times have been released for the MLS season.

Two days after playing for the USMNT, Brenden Aaronson and Mark McKenzie are back in training.

Marco Fabian has found a new home. 


From the Premier League to MLS, Jurgen Locadia joins FC Cincinnati.

With this year’s jersey’s dropping tomorrow, here’s the best from the last 10 years.

It’s looking more likely that Rodolfo Pizzaro will join Inter Miami. 

Which MLS legends could still help your team today? 

I understand why Columbus didn’t want to play a friendly on this field.


The USWNT won their Olympic qualifying group, beating Costa Rica 6-0.

Christian Pulisic will be out longer than expected for Chelsea. 

Young stars are all the rave now, but are players peaking later in their careers?

Cities all over the continent are getting ready for the 2026 World Cup.

Who is the newest co-owner of an ESport club?

Should the lastest USMNT camp give hope for a shot at the Olympics?









  1. OneManWolfpack says:

    Tannewald was tweeting about the lack of a TV deal for the Union this year? Any news on that at all?

    • At this point I just want to see a return to PHL17/6 ABC (with hopefully more games on ABC this year),
      And a lifting of the blackouts for home games on ESPN+.
      It always bums me out after going to a game at Talen when I can’t stream the replay at home afterwards…

      • OneManWolfpack says:

        Agree on that. I’m a little concerned there is no news though. We are less than a month from the opener at Dallas

      • The replay blackout is just flat-out stupid. Are you really losing out on ticket sales because you make the replay of a game available a week later?
        Hopefully, the Disney+ connection will funnel a little more money and that policy will change.
        Yeah…I don’t think it will, either…

      • John O'Donnell Jr says:

        Just get a VPN for ESPN+.

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