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Daily news roundups / Featured

New guys to be introduced today, more news

The Union sign Faryd Mondragon and Carlos Valdes. The Independence sign two Spanish internationals. Angel signs deal to become La Galaxy’s third DP. Cosmos light up Times Square and more morning news.

Daily news roundups / Featured

Interest in Mintal widens, more news

Mintal “tightlipped” about his future as reports suggest Toronto also interested in him. Le Toux happy with Union draft. Independence to announce international player signings. MLS comings and goings. CONCACAF wants fourth World Cup spot, more news.

Daily news roundups / Featured

Expansion Draft news roundup and more

A roundup of Expansion Draft news (and mock drafts) from the Union and around the league. Plus MLS Cup TV ratings drop 44%, NASL provisionally approved to represent Division 2 soccer in North America. US World Cup bid news, Robert Pires won’t live in Birmingham and more news.

Daily news roundups

Bradley new manager of Aston Villa? More news…

The Birmingham Mail reports Bob Bradley will be named the new manager of Aston Villa, Union news ahead of Saturdays meeting with Colorado, Jaime Moreno to leave MLS while Omar Bravo has joined, Henry says Americans can be proud of Donovan, Beckham thumbs nose at Capello offer, Solo alleges racist chants in WPS match and your weekend Footy on the Telly with the return of the EPL.

Daily news roundups

Le Toux player of the week, other news

Le Toux is player of the week, Union president Tom Veit addresses security problems, the opening day mess in St. Louis, and a Bulgarian team president saves the life of one of his players during a game. Yep, it’s your daily news roundup.


Hounds snatch Severs from Isles, Velten heads to St. Louis

While waiting for good news about signings from the City Islanders, I get this: Our cross-state rivals have signed our all-time leading goal scorer, and one of our best defenders has left to join AC St. Louis. Oh boy. Penn St. alumni and Harrisburg great Chad Severs has been signed […]

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The Union’s Michael Orozco is “adjusting to the team.” Steve Ralston, the MLS all-time games played leader, turns down contract with New England Revolution and joins the USSF Division 2 expansion side AC St. Louis as player/coach. St. Louis is his hometown. US midfielder Ricardo Clark’s Eintracht Frankfurt’s debut could […]


USL, NASL strike deal

The U.S. Soccer Federation has brokered a deal for a single Division 2 soccer league to operate this year. USSF officials announced the deal Thursday as a one-year compromise between the United Soccer Leagues and the breakaway teams that moved to form their own league, the North American Soccer League. […]

History / NASL / US Soccer History / USL

That USL/TOA/NASL thing, part III

In Part 1 and Part 2 I provided a time-line of events leading up to last week. On Tuesday, The Kartik Report posted an update on the situation which said that “USSF has been working diligently to foster a compromise that will work in the best interests of all the […]

History / NASL / US Soccer History / USL

That USL/TOA/NASL thing, part I

You are probably aware that a breakaway group of owners (the Team Owners Association, aka “the TOA”) has left the United Soccer Leagues (USL) to form a new league intended to rival, if not supplant, the USL for Division 2 status in the American soccer pyramid. More recently, you may […]