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News roundup: Union to host Pachuca, Cincinnati and Colorado trade, USMNT almost to World Cup

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Philadelphia Union

The Union will host Pachuca in an international friendly in September at Subaru Park.

The Union U17 and U15 teams will take part in the GA Cup. 

Two Union homegrowns scored for the U-20 USMNT against Argentina.

The Union are back in action on April 2nd. 


CF Montreal have a new CEO and president. 

Colorado and Cincinnati have agreed to a trade. 

Charlotte got another win, this time over Cincinnati. 

Sporting KC got a win over Salt Lake, ending their unbeaten run. 


The USMNT will clinch a World Cup birth if they don’t lost by 5 or more goals in Costa Rica.

Austria has replaced their head coach following a World Cup failure. 

Borussia Dortmund has launched a new anti-Semitism campaign. 

Can Harry Kane set England’s goal scoring record. 


  1. One of the best parts about being a Union fan these days is to see our homegrown kids making big contributions to the national team. It’s confirmation that the organization is really doing things the right way.

    • I look at how many FC Dallas alums are on the Union roster, and I imagine the Union are going to be like that too. Right now we have one sure lock in Brenden Aaronson, and two players on varying degrees of the fringe in McKenzie and Trusty. But all of Jack DeVries, Paxten Aaronson and Quinn Sullivan have interesting national team potential, and I suspect at least one of them will break through.

  2. John P. O'Donnell says:

    So if the Union are playing a team from Liga MX in a friendly I’m guessing that the final Leagues Cup as the way we know it isn’t happening this year?

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