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News roundup: Union win, MLS playoffs, Man United looking for a new coach

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Philadelphia Union

The Union earned their second ever playoff win over the New York Red Bulls Saturday afternoon thanks to a Jacob Glesnes wonder strike. 

What they’re saying in northern New Jersey. 

National coverage of the match.

Video highlights available here.

The full stadium view of Glesnes’ goal can be found here. 


Sporting Kansas City ended Vancouver’s fantasy run with a 3-1 win Saturday night. 

While NYCFC eliminated Atlanta with a 2-o win at Yankee Stadium. 

Portland will move on to face Colorado after defeating Minnesota 3-1.

The updated MLS Cup playoff bracket. 

CF Montreal is heading to Champions League after claiming the Canadian Championship.


Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is out as Man United Manager. 

Liverpool got a big win over Arsenal. 

Man City got another win over Everton. 

The Washington Spirit are the 2021 NWSL Champions. 

Jesse Marsch and RB Leipzig were stunned by Hoffenheim. 

While Bayern Munich was stunned by Augsburg. 



  1. Union home opener next season is February 26 against Minnesota (and we just paid for our vacation starting February 25 🙁 🙁 🙁 .) They are in Montreal the following week for their opener and in Nashville May 1 for theirs.

    • Thanks, Andy!

    • In Tanner We Trust says:

      Is that a typo or is Nashville’s opener several months into the season? Thanks for the info as always, but I assume you meant March.

      • Not a typo, it is May 1. It looks like Nashville is getting a new stadium (Nashville SC Stadium is how it’s listed on MLS.com) so they are probably playing their first 2 months on the road to allow time for it to be completed.
        With luck, the Union will be the first team to win there.

      • Chris Gibbons says:

        They’re opening a new stadium for the Union game

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