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Hey there, how was your Super Bowl thing?

D.C. United, Philadelphia Union finish tied in preseason match (us): Preseason gamers, with on-site quotes? Yep, that’s this. Steven Streff is down there, so check back occasionally for more content in Bradenton.

Entrenador del DC United se deshace en elogios para Ortiz (CR Hoy): Jose Guillermo Ortiz is impressing.

Cameroon vs. Egypt: Final score 2-1, Vincent Aboubakar wins 2017 Africa Cup of Nations for the Lions (SB Nation): AFCON 2017 was decided on a bananas goal which you should see.

Midfielder Miguel Aguilar joins LA Galaxy preseason as a trialist (LA Galaxy): Here’s hoping Miguel makes it.

Jeff Parke to be inducted into Drexel Athletics Hall of Fame (Brotherly Game): And in more former DCU player news, Jeff Parke gets some love from his alma mater.

U-16 BNT Head Coach Tsakiris Calls 21 Players for Argentina Training Camp (US Soccer): The Black-and-Red get midfield representation here...

U-19 MNT Head Coach Friedel Names 22-Player Roster for Florida Training Camp (US Soccer): ...and in net here....

Hackworth invites 32 players to 2017 U-17 MNT Spring Residency (US Soccer): ...and Academy product Chandler Vaughn returns to residency, this time without fellow DCUer Chris Durkin.

Man City vs Swansea City RECAP (Wales Online): In sort of partner club news, Manchester City needed a stoppage time goal from Gabriel Jesus to secure a 2-1 win after Gylfi Sigurdsson scored in the 81st minute to level things. Swans are in 17th in the Premier League Table, with 2 points separating the last six teams in the table.

Juventus 1-0 Inter: Nothing to be ashamed of (Serpents of Madonnina): In other partner club news, a Juan Cuadrado strike was enough for Juve to take the points over Inter. Inter are tied in 5th with Atalanta, a point behind Lazio.

And I actually had some time this weekend, so here’s a look at the Oscar winners for Best Cinematography in YouTube montage form: