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News roundup: Jim Curtin to Salzburg rumors, Man City’s comeback win in Champions League

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Philadelphia Union

Three takeaways from Philadelphia Union’s CCL win in Atlanta.

The Union announced their 2021 promotional schedule.

MLSsoccer.com’s Matt Doyle suggests that Salzburg should pursue Jim Curtin as the replacement for Jesse Marsch at Red Bull Salzburg:

It was announced on Wednesday that Marsch is leaving Salzburg to become the head coach at Leipzig.


MLSsoccer.com has power rankings after Week 2.

Toronto FC sign Venezuela international Yeferson Soteldo from Santos.

Observations on all 27 Teams after two weeks.


Manchester City come from behind to win the first leg of their Champions League semifinal against PSG.

Julian Nagelsmann will leave RB Leipzig to join Bayern Munich at the end of this season.

The draw is complete for the 2021 Arab Cup Qatar.


  1. el Pachyderm says:

    PSG …yet again with a moment of Yetzer Hara.
    They see their highest self. They self sabotage… every single time. I cannot tell you how many times they have given up the silliest of home goals or worse, multiple home goals at this exact stage of the tournament.

  2. Are the Curtin to Salzburg rumors coming from anywhere other than Matt Doyle saying it’d be a good move? I don’t think Curtin is necessarily a bad hire, but iirc he doesn’t have a UEFA license, so that’d make it a lot harder for him to get the job. Given the desirability of the Salzburg spot, that might be enough to sink his chances.

    • Taylor Twellman later on came in and said based on what he is hearing it is not so farfetched, and TT has good sources. But chances are it was Salzburg sniffing around and maybe doing a quick resume check only. Curtin has that potential but it’s too early, and the license is a problem as you said.

    • Jeremy Lane says:

      I saw a tweet from Taylor Twellman that implied he’s at least on Salzburg’s list of possible candidates, but nothing concrete has come out, to my knowledge.

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