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News roundup: MLS is Back starts tonight, no Thorns w/o Horan, Zlatan’s goal

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Philadelphia Union

Alejandro Bedoya wins the Quote Of The Day award: “Florida is going to Florida”.

The Philly Sports Network has 5 Things To Watch For in tomorrow night’s morning’s match.

Delco Times piece on Joe Bendik.

ICYMI: Philly Soccer Page’s Peter Andrews wrote about the Union in the Orlando bubble.

Pretty funny, Russia’s news organization used a file photo of the Union’s stadium in a political article that has nothing to do with soccer.


Haverford College has joined Swarthmore in canceling soccer and other fall sports.

Thieves and vandals have targeted Millville Soccer Association‘s complex in Jersey.


MLS Is Back? kicks off tonight at 8 on ESPN with Orlando vs. Miami.

The D.C. United and Toronto match got pushed back two days to Sunday because of the Canadian team’s delayed arrival in the bubble.

Nashville‘s participation is in doubt.

Bradley Wright-Phillips said “it’s a little bit stupid” to restart MLS right now.

The Associated Press and The New York Times both wrote about the tournament.


The league may be heading towards a showdown with players after the host team teased the addition of fans for future Challenge Cup matches.


Around the globe

Zlatan’s goal sparked a Milan comeback from 2-0 to beat Juventus, 4-2. He’s gotta be a cyborg, right?

“Jamie Vardy gives Arsenal painful reminder of what they almost had”, says The Guardian.

European soccer clubs could face a $4.5B income drop over the next year.

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