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News roundup: Union remaining schedule announced, USMNT camp cancelled, Liverpool’s throw-in coach

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Philadelphia Union

Cincinnati.com previews tonight’s game.

The Union’s remaining scheduled announced. (It’s at bottom of this page.)

Over at the MLS website: Why a move to Red Bull Salzburg would be the right move for Brenden Aaronson, Philadelphia Union.


Former multi-sport star Sizzy Lawton has found her home with Penn women’s soccer.


Injuries continue to pile up for D.C. United.

Former Atlanta coach Frank de Boer probably will be Netherlands’ new coach.


U.S. Soccer

USMNT’s October camp called off due to COVID complications.

“U.S. men’s soccer is welcoming a ‘Golden Generation.’ It’s already making an impact overseas,” says the Washington Post.

Around the globe

West Ham learned that manager David Moyes and two starters had tested positive for coronavirus, then went out and played its League Cup game anyway.

Barcelona agreed to sell striker Luis Suarez to join La Liga rivals Atletico Madrid.

The secrets of Liverpool’s throw-in coach.

Alex Morgan describes how her Tottenham move came together.

Why the world’s game is a white game in the U.S.

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