Daily news roundups

News roundup: Union vs. Revs this Sat. nite, Natalie Portman’s NWSL team, greater risk nowadays from head injury, more

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Philadelphia Union

The Union will play the Revolution on Saturday night at 10:30 on ESPN2.

The Union II host NYRBII tonight.

FWIW: Brenden Aaronson is valued at about $1.5M.


Columbus sealed Group E with a 1-0 win over Atlanta, which had no wins or goals in the tournament.

Toronto made it to the round of 16 after a 0-0 tie with the Revolution.

A listless D.C. United got tossed out MLS is Back after a 1-0 loss to Montreal.

Lindsay Simpson had her dream job at D.C. United, then she was struck by a piece of metal on opening day at Audi Field.


Actress Natalie Portman and venture capitalist Kara Nortman lead a group that will bring an expansion team to L.A. in 2022.

The Thorns goalkeeper coach found herself on the bench as backup because of injuries in that position.

The Red Stars have momentum, but they need some more offense, says the Chicago Sun-Times. They play Sky Blue tonight.

U.S. Soccer

And now let’s check in on Gregg Berhalter from the MLS Bubble. Are you there Gregg? It’s me, PSP.

A federal judge halted a match promoter’s suit against the U.S. Soccer Federation.

Around the globe

A study finds modern players could be at “greater risk” from head injury.

The Greek Cup final was postponed after after police discovered gasoline bombs near the stadium in Athens.

Zlatan scored twice in the first half to give AC Milan a 2-1 win over 10-man Sassuolo.

Page to bookmark: The Guardian‘s women’s transfer window this summer for Europe’s top five leagues.

The BBC asks, “Did Manchester United’s David de Gea peak in 2017?


  1. Pumped that we are playing New England. I always have felt like this game has so much potential to be a big rivalry match. Now we play them in a big game and I could definitely see Brujo causing some sparks

  2. Charlotte FC just released their name release video (https://www.mlssoccer.com/post/2020/07/22/charlotte-fc-logo-name-announced), and it features moves by both Ilsinho (1:09) and Monteiro (1:15).

    • Andy Muenz says:

      Good eye. I don’t think I would have spotted either of them if I wasn’t looking for them thanks to your comment.

  3. Amazing read about Lindsay Simpson. Can’t believe DC is not getting more witnesses to disproof the doctor who claims the beam did not fall on her head.

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