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News roundup: Union roster building, Crew advance to MLS Cup, USMNT regulars scoring for club teams

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Philadelphia Union

The Union are already preparing for a run in the CONCACAF Champions League next season.

Ernst Tanner is already looking at ways to build the Union roster.

How good was Jose “El Brujo” Martinez this year?


The Columbus Crew are on to MLS Cup after defeating the New England Revolution.

Speaking of New England, they’re looking to move into Boston.

In the Western Conference Finals, Seattle and Minnesota battle tonight.

Ozzie Alonso is looking to get some payback back in Seattle.

Who has had a breakout run of games in the playoffs so far?


Bayern Munich and RB Leipzig played to a crazy 3-3 draw on Saturday.

Tottenham got a big win over rivals Arsenal.

Liverpool kept pace at the top with a 3-0 win over Wolves.

It was quite the weekend for some USMNT players:

Christian Pulisic scored in his return to Premier League action.

Gio Reyna got Dortmund’s only goal...

…while Weston McKennie drew Juventus level with his first goal.

Speaking of first goals, Alex Morgan got her first with Tottenham.



  1. “Bob Kraft states the Revs are looking for a home in Boston for a record 25th year”

    • as more and more teams move into their named cities, we’ll be the outlier. this ownership group is all-in on chester. will Chester hurt the team’s acceptance by Philadelphia as success continues? had the Union not been so easily bounced out of the playoffs, i’d have been curious if they could’ve gotten a lot more eyes and ears this season. the building color lights and other “HEY! HEY!” attention grabbers were fleeting.

      • Chester’s a hell of a lot closer to Philly than Foxboro is to Boston (10 minute drive compared to 45 minutes). Plus the Union are playing in a soccer specific stadium compared with the Revs playing in a football stadium with artificial turf.

  2. Glad to see Tanner is going to be targetting the 10 position for new signings. IMO the Union’s biggest weakness was the lack of a playmaker in non transition situations. Aaronson might be that player in a few years, but he wasn’t there quite yet in 2020, and when he is he’ll be playing in Europe somewhere.

    We’re also going to need much better depth with the Concacaf Champions league, so no reason to worry about Fontana and other homegrowns getting minutes somewhere.

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