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News roundup: Jack McGlynn makes USL Team of the Week, Lone Star schedule released, Tottenham beat Chelsea

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Philadelphia Union

Jack McGlynn made the USL Team of the Week.

The Union are good now, but for how long? asks PSP’s Jim O’Leary.

Local

Philadelphia Lone Star F.C.’s schedule has been released. Their season opener is an away game against New Amsterdam FC II on 10/6, and their home opener is against Clifton Elite on 10/10.

MLS

The number of Argentines in MLS reaches record numbers.

NWSL

Rookie Sophia Smith hopes to build on her successful Thorns debut.

Around the globe

USMNT and the Bundesliga: Why so many top young Americans choose Germany on their career path.

FIFA is planning to order clubs to release players who have been called up for World Cup qualifiers in South America.

Former United States women’s national team assistant coach Tony Gustavsson is the new head coach of the Australian women’s national team.

Tottenham beat Chelsea on penalties, 1-1(5-4), to reach the Carabao Cup last eight.

Dortmund tell Manchester United €90m is nowhere near enough for Jadon Sancho.

3 Comments

  1. Also, Union II play tonight on ESPN+.

    • Devastating loss for the Union II – 3-2 on a 90th minute goal from a deflected goalie throw after the Union II had a PK saved that would have given them the lead.

      • That goal is one of the craziest things I’ve ever seen. The clip is making the rounds around the globe on Twitter.

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