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News roundup: Carranza named Player of the Week, D.C. set to announce Rooney, Chelsea eye Slonina

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Philadelphia Union

Julian Carranza has been named MLS Player of the Week following his hat-trick.

Alejandro Bedoya joins Carranza in the MLS Team of the Week.

The Union are in action tomorrow as they head to Miami for a midweek matchup.


The rest of the MLS Team of the Week available here.

Phil Neville thinks Wayne Rooney will have an advantage with D.C. United.

Chelsea are trying to finalize a deal for Chicago goalkeeper Gaga Slonina.

Luis Suarez is wanted by a few MLS teams.

Who were the best young players in Week 19?


Iran has fired their coach ahead of the World Cup.

The USWNT got past Mexico with a goal in the final minutes.

Is Gareth Bale looking toward a 2026 World Cup while playing with LAFC?

A new beer policy will be coming to the World Cup in Qatar this winter.


  1. John P. O'Donnell says:

    Phil Neville thinks Wayne Rooney will have an advantage with D.C. United…. Duh, why do you think they called it the MLS version of the Rooney rule?

  2. Luis Suarez in MLS? Are we now to see this league marketing to the underserved cannibal demographic? Maybe the next round of jerseys need to come with flavor buds added to make them more to certain players’ tastes.

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