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News roundup: Union draw Columbus, MLS week 1 action, European Super League

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Philadelphia Union

The Union earned a point in Columbus to open their MLS season. 

What they’re saying about the match in Ohio.

National coverage of the match. 

Highlights of the opener can be found here.


What we learned from Saturday’s action in week 1 of MLS.

Javier Hernandez had a big game for the Galaxy in Miami. 

LAFC somehow mistakenly substituted Carlos Vela in the first half. 

Austin FC fans wouldn’t miss their team’s inaugural match. 

Will the eastern or western conference reign supreme in 2021?

Is 2021 LAFC’s last chance at MLS cup with their current core?


So is a European Super League happening?

It will be Chelsea vs Leicester in the FA Cup final.

Bayern Munich extended their lead atop the Bundesliga.

Sergino Dest has won his first trophy at Barcelona. 

In a battle of Americans, Gio Reyna scored against Josh Sargent’s Bremen. 






  1. The spirit of American venture capital demonstrating the reach of its rapaciousness knows no bounds. Hard for anyone who watches and enjoys MLS to climb on a high horse, but the number of traditions under threat by this super league proposal is really staggering. Hope the whole plan never goes a step further, but I’m too old (and wise?) to be optimistic.

  2. Caleb Porter on El Brujo: “He’s an animal” (in a good way)

  3. Peanut Gallery says:

    Bulletin board material from the Crew after earlier comments about Union’s style of play?
    “We are are very good defensive team. We’ll fight. We’re up for it. But what makes us good is WE ALSO PLAY FOOTBALL.”

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