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News roundup: Union bring back Colin, Bobby Wood joins Salt Lake, Christian Pulisic hurt again

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Philadelphia Union 

The Union announced a few roster moves last Friday:

Aurelien Colin is returning to the team for another year.

The Union also added goalkeeper Greg Ranjitsingh.

The Union are hosting a season opener event on April 10th. 


Who’s going to be each team’s MVP during this year? 

Bobby Wood is coming to MLS, joining Real Salt Lake.

How MLS teams are fairing in preseason so far. 

NYCFC have an update on their stadium, which may be 4 years away.

What is it like switching teams during the pandemic? 


Bayern Munich got a big win thanks to Thomas Muller.

Man City just keeps on winning.

Christian Pulisic is hurt again, and Chelsea gave up 5 goals to West Brom.

PSG fell to Tim Weah and Lille. 

In a battle near the bottom, Southampton and Burnley did not disappoint. 


    A concussion substitutions experiment has been approved and MLS is participating.
    as a reminder, links do not work in comments, so to read the article on the approved concussion substitutions experiment in which MLS is participating, you have to cut and paste the URL above.
    I would think that if you are a parent of a soccer player regardless of gender you should read this since you are concerned for the health and safety of your child.
    Fans may want to as well, since players we follow and support will also be affected, for the better we hope.

    • Tim, FYI, the link worked for me without the cut and paste.
      As to the article, agreed it is indeed progress. It’s a nice thing to see MLS in the forefront and trial program. Putting a team/manager and even the player themselves in a position to choose possible long term health damage vs. continuing on in a soccer match is a horrible decision to have to make. Hopefully the program will stick and that choice won’t have to be made any longer.

  2. Tim Jones says:

    The link worked?? NO kidding. Hmm. We will have to test whether it was a one-off fluke or whether we can now put links in comments. Thanks.

    • Still blue and clickable for me. Still works.

    • Yes links are allowed and if you post a full URL the website should convert it to a clickable link.

      However, comments with links are flagged more often by our spam filter for moderation so it might delay when your comment gets posted.

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