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The Change Strip: World Cup leaks and a way too early MLS shirt

Thomas Hill returns with the Change Strip to take a look at the most recent shirt leaks around the footballing world.

Daily news roundups

News roundup: Weston McKennie’s gonzo goal, ManU exit Champions League, Don Garber’s MLS address

Plus, looking at the Union’s moves last offseason and their 2021 needs, USMNT vs. El Salvador today, PSG and Basaksehir players walked off field over alleged racism, more.

Daily news roundups

News roundup: USMNT draw with Chile, Sky Blue updates, Ernst Tanner tailgating

Plus Union/USL updates, Louis van Gaal interview, changing women’s landscape, more.


What’s a skateshop doing tweeting pictures of the new US World Cup jersey?

What’s with Philly’s Exit Skateshop tweeting photos of a new US Soccer jersey? Turns out the soccer-skateboarding connection is deeper than one might think.

Daily news roundups

“You’ve gotta finish”: Roundup of reaction to Union draw, more news

“Frustration” is the watchword in the Union locker room after Saturday’s drab draw. Reaction to announcement that USWNT coach Pia Sundhage will step down. Jurgen Klinsmann announces roster for upcoming WC qualifiers against Jamaica. Ronaldo “feeling sadness.” More news.

Daily news roundups / Featured

Cup run, nasty, GM to sponsor Man U, more news

The Union focused on Cup run. Fever cooled on the road. Does the USMNT need to be nastier? Italy coach OK if team withdrawn from Euros amid match-fixing scandal. General Motors new sponsor of Manchester United. More news.

Daily news roundups / Featured

We’re number 2! I mean 3. Uh, make that 4.

Union ranked 2nd, 3rd or 4th depending on where you look. Is a “strategic partnership” with Atletico Madrid in the works for the Union? Cats in Portland, grass in Seattle. Beckham says he may stay in…snore…More more news.


PSP photographer’s window exhibit in Northern Liberties

PSP photographer Nicolae Stoian has put on a window show of some of his work that will run through the end of December in Northern Liberties .

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 […]