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News roundup: Union win over Miami, Union II lose, wild weekend in the Bundesliga

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Philadelphia Union 

The Union earned a 3 – 0 win over Inter Miami last night in Chester. 

What they’re saying in South Florida.

National coverage of the match.

The Union II fell to the New York Red Bulls II 5-4 in a wild match. 


Toronto came out on top of  a big eastern conference matchup with Columbus.

Do the Red Bulls have their next manager lined up?

NYCFC’s Heber will miss the rest of the year with a knee injury. 

Is Inter Miami set to add another attacker from overseas? 

Why exactly are Montreal heading home if they can’t train?



The Bundesliga had a wild and competitive weekend, with its top teams dropping points.

Man City was undone by 3 penalties against Leicester City.

Luis Suarez seems to be enjoying life at Atletico Madrid. 

Sergino Dest has chosen Barcelona over Bayern Munich.

Can Arsenal create an upset against Liverpool today? 


  1. Fontana is up for Goal of the Week.

  2. I need me some Aaronson transfer confirmation. Please just confirm it guys. Make it official. Put it in the history books.

  3. that USA today article: “Ilson Pereira scored” me:”who the hell is Ilson Pereira?” LOL!

    City… oh, man, was that a beating by Leicester. Vardy is a City killer.

    Toronto look to be our first real competitor in awhile. a “how do we make this work?” Miami in the pouring rain, a midweek snoozefest against lowly Cincy, a 10 man roster NE, and a dysfunctional NJPC aren’t true metrics of playoff quality/

    • Our home and away against Toronto and the away game in Columbus coming up loom large.
      Next wknd we could be sitting in the top spot of the league w/a win.

    • Vardy’s flicked goal was sensational. Anyone who hasn’t seen it, go find the highlight. Madison’s blast was also stunning.

      Pep is really a confusing guy. He’s constantly getting killed by Vardy. Doesn’t really adjust. Pulls Fernadinho (for a striker) before the hour mark and just gets absolutely carved open. I don’t understand what he’s thinking there.

  4. In Tanner We Trust says:

    Toronto’s win keeps us in striking distance of the shield, but it only matters if we beat Toronto ourselves. They’re a great team but we gotta get the job done. Bedoya will be rested and I think this is by far the best midfield we’ve ever had. Probably the best back 5 as well.

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