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News roundup: Union and Union II play, DC United are frauds and Deadpool’s buying a Welsh club?

Photo: Marjorie Elzey


The Union will play their first regular season match against Inter Miami at home on Sunday evening. Kickoff is at 7:30 p.m. and our match preview will be out later today, but here’s the league’s.

Maybe the photos are more thrilling than the match itself? Anyways, here are the photos from the scoreless draw against Cincinnati on Wednesday.

In case you’ve been living under a rock, Brenden Aaronson will apparently be going to RB Salzburg at the end of the season, and here’s why that’s a good thing for him and the Union.

How the Union are unearthing America’s next Pulisic, Reyna and Aaronson.

Union II

It’s the Union II’s turn to hike up to New Jersey this weekend as they play the New York Red Bulls II tomorrow at 5:00 p.m.

Matt Freese is up for USL Save of the Week for preserving the 3-0 win over Loudoun United on Sunday.


Doyle’s grades for all 26 MLS teams at the 2020 season midway point.

Wiebe ranks the 2020 Landon Donovan MLS MVP contenders by tier.

The MLS transfer tracker, with Aaronson’s verbal contract with Salzburg still at the top.

Are we seeing a new transfer trend of young players moving from England to MLS? We can only hope…

Here’s something that every Union fan can agree upon, head coach Ben Olsen said DC United “were a bunch of frauds” in their 1-0 loss to Nashville on Wednesday night.


Bayern Munich and Sevilla battled for the UEFA Super Cup trophy last night in Budapest despite growing concerns over fan safety. Bayern Munich won 2-1 in extra time.

Get all of your updated Premier League news easily right here.

Zack Steffen got his first Manchester City start in the 2-1 victory against Bournemouth on Wednesday.

Both Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney are looking into buying Welsh club, Wrexham AFC.

Lionel Messi once again berates Barcelona for ‘throwing out’ Luis Suárez, saying Suárez didn’t deserve such treatment and that nothing surprises him anymore.

Not just about soccer and not about the United States’ government, but some say that COVID-19 trauma can force sports to change for the better.

And last but not least, men’s European transfer tracker, and women’s European transfer tracker.


  1. Ben is freakin hilarious…….

  2. Is Ben Olsen part of some grand social experiment to find the point at which a top division coach will suddenly just snap and rage quit? Makes more sense as a way to explain DC United than anything else right now.

    I can’t wait to see how much the Union earn from the sale of Aaronson. … This is so good for the Union and for Aaronson.

  3. I have to say, all this mention of the Union taking less money for Aaronson in that article doesn’t make me think selling him to Salzburg is a good thing.

    • We would probably happily trade a larger up front fee for a larger sell on clause. I’m sure the team trusts Aaronson to keep on developing and Salzburg has a great track record of developing and selling on players.

      Plus I mean this is our first sale, you can’t expect teams are willing to pay a premium for our talent … yet.

      I look at it like the up front fee may not be as large as we want, but once he moves to Salzburg, plays well and moves on to bigger things, we can ask more for McKenzie in 6 months. Then when McKenzie does well … rinse and repeat.

    • dan c (formerly of 103) says:

      This will be the Union’s first European sell. If Aaronson is succesful it will create a reputation for the Union academy as being a talented one. If he flops,then the opposite. So you sell at a cheaper rate where you know there is a vested interest in the player to succeed (American coach, former team mate of curtin, past club of Tanner). This provides a better chance for your first sell to be a success which will then drive up the price of all future sells.

      Also its a great landing spot for the kid. If it looks like you put your players first, then other players will want to come and join the academy, continuing the cycle of more expensive sells…

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