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News roundup: Union win, MLS Cup schedule set, Der Klassiker draw

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Philadelphia Union 

The Union defeated Toronto FC 4-0 on Decision Day to clinch first place in the Eastern Conference.

What they’re saying up North.

National coverage of the match.

Video highlights available here.

The Union will host the winner of Cincinnati/NYRB on October 20th at 8pm at Subaru Park.


The first round of the MLS playoffs are set.

Columbus let another lead slip to miss the playoffs…

…while Facundo Torres was the hero for Orlando City

Hany Mukhtar claimed the Golden Boot for the 2022 season.

Cincinnati are looking to set more history in the playoffs.


Erling Haaland and Man City keep rolling.

While Liverpool continue to struggle.

Leeds have also struggled as of late.

Christian Pulisic got back into goal scoring form against Wolves.

Dortmund and Bayern fought to a draw in Der Klassiker.


  1. A I allowed to complain that this game is late on a Thursday night… I mean… I’ll be there, but are they trying to make it hard for local fans?

    • Am I….

    • Welcome to America. I’m guessing you are fresh off the boat from anywhere else in the world where the leagues may care about fans. MLS sure as hell doesn’t. FS1 wants the game at 8 so that’s when it’s being played. Kind of hoping it goes to PK’s (as long as the Union wins) just to screw with the TV coverage of the game in LA.

    • Chris Gibbons says:

      Yes, complain away. I’m with you.

    • I just hope the game actually starts at 8:00. Not another say 8:00 and actually start at 8:28.

  2. So glad the club gave recognition to JP… and Sec 114 thanking Sheanan, Seba and Dave for their good work too.

    What a crime NOT to have “our” broadcast team next season. “Head CLOWN” Garber at it again, and again, and again.

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