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News roundup: Union beat* Earthquakes and COVID-19 in the soccer world

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Philadelphia Union

MLS has extended its training suspension until after March 20th. 

You can read Tim McDermott’s letter to fans here. 

The Union set a new club record, beating the San Jose Earthquakes 38-0.

Have tickets to the home opener? They will be honored for rescheduled matches.


Don Garber’s message to MLS fans. 

The Whitecaps donated matchday food to the needy. 

Despite no match, the Beckham’s couldn’t stay away from soccer.

Teams across the league are still having competitions, from simulated games to connect four. 

A member of the Sounders organization has tested positive for COVID-19. 


Carlos Cordeiro has resigned from US Soccer.

Liga MX, one of the last leagues still playing, has suspended games.

The scheduling conflict created across the globe from COVID-19. 

A growing list of players and staff who have fallen ill. 

This Wuhan soccer team is travelling the world, trying to escape the virus.


  1. Andy Muenz says:

    MLS website had the Union-San Jose FIFA20 simulation a little closer with the Union winning 2-0.

  2. Andy Muenz says:

    MLS has added a month to its suspension of the season. Current day of next game is Sunday May 10 (Union play in Nashville midweek after that).

  3. Guess Jay Ajayi wasn’t at the controls…

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