Heyo, it's a D.C. United game day again! And this time it's at home! Man, I could get used to this.
Before I see you fools tonight at RFK, let's catch up on some other soccer things.
D.C. United acquires rights to (and signs) U.S. U-23 goalkeeper Charlie Horton - Black And Red United
ICYMI: Some future competition for Andrew Dykstra?
D.C. United's Nick DeLeon ready to embrace moving to center midfield - Washington Times
What if I'm not ready to embrace that move?
Phones, cash stolen from D.C. United locker room in Queretaro - Goal.com
So all in all not the best trip to Mexico, then.
U.S. Soccer's Rebranding Gets an Assist From Virtual Reality | The New York Times
You know what I think of when I hear "virtual reality"? I think of how every other television show does a virtual reality episode, and how those episodes are always the worst ones.
Here's more from U.S. Soccer on the video. I mean, it's cool and all—and most importantly, you can hear our own Donald in it!—but it's a lot of hoopla for what to me is ultimately a pretty underwhelming crest. It's not bad at all, and a major improvement over the old one, but it peaks for me at serviceable. It's a decent crest, and it gets the job done. But that's kind of it. Just my opinion, though—share yours in the comments, of course.
Copa America 2016: Match times announced - Stars and Stripes FC
Start planning now, people.
Did FIFA election results boost U.S.'s 2026 World Cup prospects? | The Washington Post
Meanwhile, 2022 still gonna be in Qatar, grumble grumble grumble.
For better or worse, the USSF and Gianni Infantino are forever tethered | The 91st Minute
Re: Our new FIFA president.
Trust the Process: U-20 World Cup hero Veljko Paunovic strives to return Chicago Fire to prominence | MLSsoccer.com
Good profile on the new Fire coach.
Comment time. Whaddup?