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News roundup: Union prepare for DC, Argentina gets Messi a trophy, Italy claim Euro 2020

Philadelphia Union

If you missed it, the Union battled back with 10 men to get a draw against the New York Red Bulls. 

Behind the scenes look of the comeback in New Jersey. 

The Union are back home this upcoming Saturday against D.C. United. 


The Seattle Sounders have set an MLS record of 13 matches without a loss. 

Nashville has added a new record signing to their ranks.

Greg Vanney is cooling off the Gareth Bale to LA rumors. 

Toronto FC are surging after Chris Armas was relived of his duties.

Which MLS players should we be watching as the Gold Cup kicks off. 


Argentina and Messi are the Copa America Champions.

Italy defeated England on penalties to claim the European Championship. 

Mexico was held goalless against Trinidad and Tobago in the Gold Cup opener.

Canada opened the Gold Cup with a 4-1 win over Martinique. 

The USMNT defeated Haiti to open their Gold Cup.

Jamaica and its heavy Union influence open their tournament tonight against Suriname.


  1. Tim Jones says:

    UNion II – apparently the Arabic numeral is out and the Roman one is back in – played Richmond Kickers in Richmond last Friday night.
    Won 3-0.
    Goals from Shanyder Borgelin, Jack McGlynn and Ian Abbey.

    No lineup available.

  2. Tim Jones says:

    On MLS website, Week 12 Team of the Week.
    The goalkeeper is Tomas Romero of LA FC. Romero graduated from the Union Academy, played many times for Bethlehem Steel FC while doing it, and won a national championship at Georgetown after graduating.

  3. My happiest Union day so far… the day ownership extended Ernst Tanner’s contract!!!!

    A winner… bottom line.

    In Ernst We Trust!!!!

    MLS Cup next, Doop!!

    PS… Chris Albright next. He’s done an amazing job for us too. Thanks Chris.

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