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News roundup: Union win, Union II lose, MLS week 10 action

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Philadelphia Union 

The Union got a 3-0 win over the New York Red Bulls Sunday night. 

Meanwhile the Union II fell 2-0 to the Tampa Bay Rowdies later that evening. 

Jacob Glesnes and Jim Curtin are part of the MLS Team of the Week. Brenden Aaronson makes the bench.


What we learned from all the MLS action in week 10. 

Pity Martinez is officially no longer an Atlanta United player. 

The rest of the MLS Team of the Week. 

Radamel Falcao wants to play for Inter Miami according to…. himself. 

LAFC can’t beat the Galaxy without Carlos Vela. 

Brenden Aaronson is showing off skills he didn’t have last season. 


Christian Pulisic hasn’t forgotten about missing the World Cup. 

Is England’s WSL starting to pass the NWSL as the best league in the world? 

England has once again faltered in penalties, this time at World Aid.

 Kylian Mbappe has tested positive for COVID-19.

England has had some problems following COVID-19 guidelines. 

Does McKennie to Juventus now prove that big clubs are beginning to believe in young Americans? 


One Comment

  1. The goal against the Red Bulls really illustrates how much Aaronson has improved this year. Even if he could have got himself in position and set himself up for the strike, last year he shanks that over the bar or has it roll wide of the goal.

    Really stoked to see his improvement and hope that he sticks around for the rest of this season at least.

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