Happy Wednesday folks. My thoughts continue to be with the people of Houston, Rockport/Port Aransas, Corpus Christi, Port Arthur and the rest of the Texas Gulf Coast. I continue to check in with family and friends that are down in Houston, and while all of them are thankfully safe, many others are not out of the woods. There are plenty of fundraisers out there that are benefitting the people of Texas affected by Hurricane Harvey, so I encourage you to find one nearest you and give what you can to help. Now, onto the news:
Stuart Holden rallies the Houston soccer community around Hurricane Harvey relief effort | Stars & Stripes FC
An awesome effort by Stu Holden to get a charity match organized to help the people of Houston. Let us know what we can do to help, Stu!
Washington Spirit lose Arielle Ship to torn ACL | Black & Red United
The Washington Spirit lose another one. This time, it’s Arielle Ship who is lost for the season.
Alexis Sanchez: Arsenal reject £50m from Manchester City for Chilean forward | BBC
Arsenal is not going to let Alexis Sanchez go without a fight, turning down a lot of money from Manchester City. Will a deal get done before the transfer deadline?
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain turns down chance to move to Chelsea | ESPNFC
Arsenal agree to move Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to Chelsea, but he wants to go to Liverpool instead. Who will get the young England international?
Bradley, Howard cite change in US mentality as reason for banner 2017 | MLS
As the United States prepares to resume World Cup qualifying Friday against Costa Rica, Tim Howard and Michael Bradley suggest great chemistry is the reason behind the USMNT’s unbeaten run through 2017 thus far. Let’s hope they keep it up.
UAE win to extend World Cup dream, hurt Saudi Arabia’s hopes | ESPNFC
The United Arab Emirates beat Saudi Arabia today in World Cup qualifying, but you gotta see the UAE goals. They were outstanding.
Xavi ‘wins’ 1 million Qatar riyals in lottery | FourFourTwo
Xavi has won everything else in his career, so why not win the lottery? That’s exactly what he did in Qatar.
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