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News roundup: Union draw Chicago, USMNT beat Mexico, USWNT lose to Canada

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Philadelphia Union

The Union played to a disappointing 1-1 draw with the Chicago Fire on Sunday night in Chester. 

What they’re saying in the Windy City. 

National coverage of the match. 

Video highlights of the match available here.


What to takeaway from Saturday’s week 16 action.

Inter Miami got a win thanks to two Gonzalo Higuaín goals.

Patrick Mahomes is now part of Sporting Kansas City’s ownership group.

Adrian Heath was not happy with how Minnesota drew Vancouver. 

New England earned a come from behind win over the New York Red Bulls.


The USMNT beat Mexico 1-0 in the Gold Cup Final. 

The USWNT was beaten by Canada in the Olympic Semifinals earlier this morning.

Sweden and Australia are also in action in the other semifinal. 

The men’s Olympic semifinals are in action tomorrow.

Josh Sargent notched 2 goals for Werder Bremen in the 2.Bundesliga.


  1. John P. O'Donnell says:

    Last night’s game looked like a team with no grit.
    Last night’s USMNT looked like a team with grit.

    • yes and yes.
      U – needs chemistry stat. America will destroy us if not.
      USA – Dike didn’t pan out but Robinson! he was all that.

      • John P. O'Donnell says:

        Dike was playing hurt last game. His left arm was dangling and when he landed on it you did see the pain in his face. I would think that it is a big part of his game holding off defenders as he creates a shot. Meanwhile Zardes keeps disappointing the USMNT fans by playing in big games and winning.

  2. Gruncle Bob says:

    Just a dream I know but Matthew Hoppe is listed at $4.95mil on transfermarkt. Buy him at that price and sell for at least twice that later.

    Amusingly enough, the next guy on the list (when you search for “hoppe”) is our old friend Antoine Hoppenot (not Hoppe, LOL) who can be acquired for a paltry $330k.

    The national team results are absolutely fabulous.

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