Daily news roundups

Daily news roundup: Union fans back on Sunday, international play kicks off, and more

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Your second place Union will face the Montreal Impact on Sunday at 7:3o p.m. in front of 2,775 fans at Subaru Park! Check out our match preview later today, and learn more about getting tickets and gameday rules here. See you Sunday, Union faithful.

Tim McDermott discusses the stadium’s reopening and what fans who will be in attendance can expect.

Relive the rousing second half of Wednesday’s win against Cincinnati with these photos.

Ilsinho earned a spot in the latest MLS Team of the Week.


The end of an era for DC United as head coach Ben Olsen left the club yesterday.

All 26 teams will be playing this weekend, so here’s what to watch for.

Who have been the top signings of the 2020 MLS season?

A little roundup of the MLS players in action for their international clubs during the October FIFA window.


A record 10 Americans have been named to their club rosters for the group stage of the UEFA Champions League.

22-year-old Weston McKennie says he’s relishing being a part of what he sees as the next generation for the country.


Luis Suárez says he was reduced to tears by Barcelona’s treatment of him.

What’s gone wrong for these European giants this season?

Emotions run high as UEFA Nations League resumes during a global pandemic.

How COVID uncertainty is affecting the 2022 World Cup road map.

60 of the best young talents in world soccer.

Last but not least, the European men’s transfer window summary, and the women’s European transfer window summary.


  1. For what it’s worth, Jose Martinez did not start not appear on the substitutes bench against Colombia Friday night.
    We will see Tuesday whether there was any point to FIFA’s intervention.

  2. Can’t believe I’m gonna be in a stadium Sunday. I had an unintentional bucket list going into the second week of March: to see my fifth different hockey league — NHL, Czech Extraliga, ECHL, AHL and LHJMQ (which never happened) — game in six months. The thought of being with spectators as the pandemic trends up again reminds me of that same week. I forged on, aware but not ignorant of the danger, refusing to bow. Every day another piece or normal was stripped away. By the end of my trip, Canada was in lockdown.

    At the current rate of transmission, I feel this may be my last opportunity to experience a spectator sport for awhile.

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