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News roundup: Union Champions League games announced, Jordan Morris injured, Man City keeps winning

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Philadelphia Union 

The Union officially have their CONCACAF Champions League game dates. The Union will travel to Costa Rica April 7th, while Saprissa will come to Subaru Park April 14th. 

Brenden Aaronson had a strong showing for RB Salzburg in a battle of Austria’s top 2 teams.

The Union and the Philadelphia Inquirer have teamed up for “Sports and Social Justice”.


What each team has to look forward going into the new season. 

See how the teams in Texas are helping out with the latest winter storm. 

Thierry Henry will not be heading to Bournemouth, and will stay at Montreal.

Inter Miami have signed another former Premier League player. 

Jordan Morris suffered a serious injury while playing for Swansea City. 

Vancouver is taking an analytics based to its recruitment.


Another week, another Man City win. 

Bayern Munich are starting to see their Bundesliga lead slip away. 

The USWNT beat Brazil 2-0 on Sunday night. 

Everton got a big win over rivals Liverpool.

Christian Pulisic was held out of Chelsea’s match with calf tightness.



  1. Any idea when the alleged Stuart Findlay signing will be announced? We haven’t added a single new player this off-season (I’m not counting the homegrowns, as they probably won’t make too much impact in their first year)

  2. did’t see anywhere else but was told Pulisic might be returning to Bundesliga to Bayern.

  3. Aaronson’s turns are just so tasty; It’s like he’s moving in slow motion while everyone else is charging in fast forward.

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