Daily news roundups

News roundup: Carlos Bocanegra inducted to NSHOF, World Cup qualifying postponed

Photo: Marjorie Elzey

Philadelphia Union

Over at the Delco Times: Matthew Real, Brenden Aaronson display Union Homegrowns’ increasing impact.

ICYMI: The Union’s players have been speaking out about social change. PSP’s Thomas Hill explained why we should be listening.

Local

Wilson High School’s Jailene DeJesus, a midfielder who suffered a torn ACL in February, tries to make the most of her lost senior season.

How a three-time All-Delco star went from missing the NWSL Challenge Cup with the Orlando Pride to peace and pro soccer in Sweden.

MLS

The Timbers’ Sebastian Blanco is out for the season with a torn ACL.

New England Revolution are acquiring Lee Nguyen in a trade from Inter Miami.

At least 23 of Real Salt Lake’s corporate sponsors are closely tied to Dell Loy Hansen, who is set to sell the club.

U.S. Soccer

Carlos Bocanegra will be inducted to the National Soccer Hall of Fame. Hope Solo, Jaime Moreno and Steve Cherundolo will not.

Around the globe

World Cup qualifying in the Concacaf region has been postponed again because of the coronavirus pandemic.

France staged a repeat of the World Cup final by beating Croatia 4-2 in the Nations League.

A group of Barcelona fans has two weeks to collect thousands of handwritten signatures to force a vote that could force out the club’s unpopular president.

Ronaldo netted his 100th goal for Portugal.

Canadian women’s national team player Rebecca Quinn came out as transgender.

Highlight of the day

https://twitter.com/ESPNFC/status/1303351635285102593?s=20

3 Comments

  1. So Demartini in to replace McKenzie?

    • In Tanner We Trust says:

      You have to think that way. Tanner and Curtin know better than to have Collin as the #3 CB. I’m not sure how valuable Demartini is, but I wonder if they see him as a potential project to sell at a much higher price down the road.

  2. In Tanner We Trust says:

    You have to think that way. Tanner and Curtin know better than to have Collin as the #3 CB. I’m not sure how valuable Demartini is, but I wonder if they see him as a potential project to sell at a much higher price down the road.

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