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News roundup: Union play Portland tonight, MLS after tournament, Fulham back in EPL

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Philadelphia Union

Ahead of tonight’s match against Portland (8 PM, FS1), The Inquirer says, “Jamiro Monteiro is the Union’s most important player”.

The Associated Press featured Brenden Aaronson prominently as part of an article on MLS’ emerging stars.

The MLS site looks at how your Union built things from the ground up. Spoiler: it wasn’t with Nick Sakiewicz’s credit cards.

Remember when the Sons of Ben trolled Timber Joey and Portland?

After selling out in less than 24 hours, Warren Creavalle’s Black Lives Matter T-shirts are back in stock.


Former Penn State player Aaron Molloy has been earning consistent playing time with the Timbers 2.


MLS is close to finalizing plans to resume season in home markets, reports The Washington Post.

The league adds 19 clubs to its elite player development platform.

Racist incidents stopped work on FC Cincinnati’s stadium.


Jodie Taylor transfers to Olympique Lyonnais. OL Reign will retain her NWSL rights.

Down on ESPN Australia, a look at the potential partnership between the NWSL and W-League.

Around the globe

The Bundesliga sets plan to begin allowing fans back in stadiums.

Fulham F.C. will return to the Premier League after beating Brentford, 2-1, in extra time. Philadelphia Soccer Page’s Mike Servedio has some thoughts on it.

Today, CBS Sports launches its UEFA club soccer broadcasting.

Players who had their jerseys retired after playing very few games.

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One Comment

  1. Andy Muenz says:

    I missed the commentary as to why, but it sounds like Sven Gartung is no longer with Union II.
    Marion LeBlanc, the U-17 coach is the interim coach. (and it took 19 seconds for them to score under his reign).

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