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Analysis

Four to watch in preseason

PSP’s Tim Jones wonders who might “break out” during this preseason as Brenden Aaronson did last year.

Daily news roundups

News roundup: Notes from preseason and incoming kit bonanza

Plus, Ilsinho doing Ilsinho things and a war of words in Barcelona.

For Pete's Sake

Glesnes signing completes the defensive depth chart

The acquisition of Norwegian center back Jakob Glenses makes sense for the Union both on and off the pitch, writes PSP’s Peter Andrews.

Daily news roundups

News roundup: Aaronson and McKenzie return, Jurgen Locadia joins Cincinnati, USWNT win Olympic group

Brenden Aaronson and Mark McKenzie are back in training after their USMNT appearances, while the USWNT cruised to a 6-0 win over Costa Rica to claim their group in Olympic Qualifying. Some big names are coming to the MLS Eastern conference, with Jurgen Locadia joining Cincinnati and Rodolfo Pizzaro close to joining Inter Miami.

Daily news roundups

News Roundup: Union get first win, USMNT and WNT get wins, Bundesliga title an open race

Plus, Liverpool looks to have wrapped up the Premier League title, yet Jurgen Klopp says they aren’t perfect.

MLS / Union

Philadelphia Union sign defender Jakob Glesnes

Union officially announce the signing of the Norwegian center back.

Daily news roundups

News roundup: Curtin believes in his young players, MLS calendar ads, and soccer-related racism rises in the UK

Plus, Abby Wambach’s international goal record has been beaten by Canada’s Christine Sinclair.

Commentary / Roster News / Union

Re-signing Ilsinho is a big deal

Ilsinho coming back to the Philadelphia Union in 2020 matters a lot, argues PSP’s Christian Sandler.

CBA Negotiations

Where everyone can be a striker: A brief look at sports labor law

With the MLS CBA set to expire this week, PSP’s Steve Holroyd offers a primer on sports labor law.

USL - Bethlehem Steel FC

A look at the Bethlehem Steel rebranding as Union II

PSP’s Sara Griswold examines Ernst Tanner and Tim McDermott’s explanations for the rebrand of Bethlehem Steel to Philadelphia Union II.