Hi, I'm filling it for Jason today. We've put in some work yesterday and will be putting in work today, starting in an hour. So pull up a chair, let's get rolling:
We've got previews and quotes from training on D.C. United-New England Revolution from us, the Washington Post, MLS, CSN Mid-Atlantic and the Washington Times. The Bent Musket has the Revs side of matters.
Opposition 11: Who will the New England Revolution start in tomorrow's MLS playoff game against D.C. United? - Black And Red United: Want to read up on who the Revs might go with? Jason has you covered.
A look back at D.C. United's 2015 games against the New England Revolution - Black And Red United: How the teams did against one another this year, which is slightly encouraging.
Who can D.C. United count on against the New England Revolution in tomorrow's MLS Playoff match? - Black And Red United: I'm so excited, I'm so...scared!
Capital Management | Eight by Eight: A nice interview with Ben Olsen, featuring a(nother) gem of a quote.
D.C. closes deals with Mark Ein, Super Salvage for D.C. United stadium land - Washington Business Journal: Things continue to progress on D.C.'s control of the Buzzard Point land/turnover to the team for development.
Abby Wambach to retire at end of 2015 - Stars and Stripes FC: The United States women's Victory Tour is also sorta Abby Wambach's farewell. Thanks Abby, it's been fun.
Commentary: U.S. U-17s’ World Cup failure should signal end of Richie Williams era — Soccer Wire: In lesser US news (or at least opinion), thoughts on #ABMODOut
Bologna 0 - 1 Inter: Initial reaction and what we learned - The Offside Inter Milan: In partner club news, Mauro Icardi scored the only goal as ten-man Inter Milan earned a win over Bologna, their first win in five, and putting them temporarily in first in the Serie A ahead of today's action.
Finally, in lieu of "Grit, Glory Playoffs," how about we just post music that helps us run through a goddamn brick wall for tonight, OK? Here's mine, an easy one really: