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Daily news roundups

News roundup: Union lose, Steel win, and USWNT asks for their fair share (again)

Plus: Diego Chara finds a new way to earn a card, Pulisic is doing fine, and a “shocking” development around the Qatar World Cup.

For Pete's Sake / Union

The man for the job: Evaluating Earnie Stewart’s fit with U.S. Soccer

What can we expect with Earnie Stewart at the helm of the U.S. men’s national team? Based on what we’ve seen in his time with the Union, PSP’s Peter Andrews evaluates Stewart’s fitness for his new role.

US Soccer History

Pro/rel and the “Fricker Plan”: Killed or never was?

Was a plan to introduce promotion/relegation in US professional soccer before the 1994 World Cup killed? Steve Holroyd looks at the evidence.

Daily news roundups

Readying for LA, Union draw DC for Open Cup fifth round, Palacios, latest FIFA news, more

Union face LA on Saturday. US Open Cup draw has Union hosting DC in fifth round. USWNT bits. Latest FIFA news. More.

Philadelphia Soccer History / US Open Cup

Philadelphia German Americans win the 1936 US Open Cup

On May 3, 1936, Philadelphia German Americans became the first amateur team, and the first team from the city of Philadelphia, to win the US Open Cup.

US World Cup History

The World Cup drought: US Soccer, 1950-1990

We continue our series on the US and the World Cup with a look at why the US failed to qualify for the tournament between 1950 and 1990.

Daily news roundups

Mo closer? Valdes update. More news.

Taylor Twellman tweets Nick Sakiewicz is on his way to Stoke to finalize Edu deal. Valdes deal postponed – again! More news.

Daily news roundups / Featured

“Not a ton of positives”: Reports & reaction as Union youth underwhelm in loss to Crew, more

Hackworth says there were not a ton of positives in Wednesday’s 4-0 loss to the Crew. More reports and reaction from Orlando. Bundesliga wants to make MLS impression. USA tumbles in FIFA rankings. More, including dinosaurs.

Featured / FIFA / World / World Cup / World Cup - International

2018 and 2022 WC hosts announced; US loses

Russia to host the 2018 World Cup, Qatar the 2022 World Cup.

Daily news roundups

US WC coverage, Onyewu talk, Biden going to SA and more

Remember 1950? You should. North Korean supporters remember 1966 fondly. Chicago Fire respond to Novak’s criticisms while the American media courts criticisms of its World Cup coverage. Kljestan not waffling on move to Belgium. You hate puns? Put it in the comments.