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News roundup: Union win at Montreal, Charlotte sets attendance record, Man City win Manchester Derby

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Philadelphia Union

The Union earned their first win of 2022 in Montreal, coming from behind for a 2-1 win. 

What they’re saying in Quebec. 

National coverage of the match. 

Video highlights of the match are available here.

The Union are back in action on March 12th, hosting San Jose.


Charlotte set a new MLS attendance record, but couldn’t find their first win.

Bruce Arena has set the MLS coaching wins record.

Lewis Morgan netted a first half hat trick for Red Bulls against Toronto. 

San Jose battled from a man down to draw Columbus in the dying seconds. 

NYCFC are looking forward to heading home after a rough start. 

D.C. United were saved by a late, late penalty to defeat Cincinnati.


Man City claimed the Manchester Derby with a 4-1 win. 

Weston McKennie is done for the year, and officially out of USMNT qualifiers.

Arsenal hung on against Watford, and climbed back into the top 4. 

Christian Pulisic bagged a goal and a assist in Chelsea’s match against Burnley. 

Bayern Munich were held by Leverkusen, holding onto a 9 point lead in the Bundesliga.


  1. Not surprised about McKennie given the nature of his injury. Really unfortunate timing for him, both for his club situation and for the USMNT. Hope he has a speedy recovery and is available for the World Cup.

  2. Andy Muenz says:

    I have the feeling the stadium will not be all that full for Saturday’s game. It’s a night game in March (the night before the clocks are set ahead) against a mediocre team whose main draw for Union fans won’t be there. Having missed the opener, though, I’m looking forward to being back at Subaru Park.

  3. John P. O'Donnell says:

    Red Bull & Austin at the top of the table in each conference for week two, anyone see that coming? Red Bull winning both games on the road is more impressive than Austin playing two teams expected to be at the bottom of the table. Interesting start to the season across the league.

  4. Tim Jones says:

    If anyone else besides me is waiting impatiently for roster information on Philadelphia Union II, there is a development on the menu bar of that particular menu on the website.
    The button for the drop down menu titled “Roster” has disappeared. THat might possibly mean that a new page is being worked on, he said engaged in deeply wishful thinking?

  5. Tim Jones says:

    According to @UnionRumors, who retweeted a graphic of it, the preliminary call-up for Cameroon in their home and away set of 3rd round World Cup qualifiers in the African Federation against Algeria on March 25 in Cameroon and March 29 in Algeria includes Olivier Mbaizo zs one of 12 defenders. here’s the URL https://twitter.com/LIndomptables/status/1500822142023311360/photo/1
    That is the preliminary list, not the final one, so Mbaizo is not called up for certain yet.
    He should not miss any matches, unless there are travel glitches. He has six days to get there and practice after the NYC FC match in New York and 4 days to get back for the one in Phila against Charlotte. Probably he has to fly to Europe then to Cameroon, and then vice versa.
    If I have interpreted Wikipedia correctly, tap off for the match in Cameroon is at 1 PM EDT. For the Match in Algeria,3:30 PM EDT.

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