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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. 

MLS

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?

 

World

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? 

8 Comments

  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.
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      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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