Happy Wednesday folks. It’s already been a week and it’s only Wednesday. Lots to do, so let’s get right to it:
D.C. United trades the rights to United States U-20 international (and Maryland Terrapins standout) Eryk Williamson to the Portland Timbers. In return, the Black-and-Red get an international slot, a 2020 2nd round draft pick, and more GAM/TAM. Lots of dollars available to spend...is there another move coming?
The Washington Spirit sent their captain to the Orlando Pride for the 2nd straight offseason, trading Shelina Zadorsky for Aubrey Bledsoe and a 2019 1st round pick.
USMNT and Toronto FC captain Michael Bradley admitted in an interview that he’s in a holding pattern with the USMNT and, depending on who the new coach ends up being, he could be done. It’s all too early to speculate, however.
Phil Neville was announced as the new coach of the England women’s national team. He will lead the squad as they seek to qualify for next year’s Women’s World Cup.
The United Bid leadership was pressed in London about recent comments by the President of the United States. Could the United States, Canada, and Mexico lose the 2026 World Cup bid to Morocco over political repercussions?
Goal line technology is done in France...for now. While Ligue 1 looks for a better vendor, they have terminated the current contract that they used for goal line technology.
A nice explainer on how UEFA will operate its new Nations League competition and whether it will be a way for teams to qualify for Euro 2020.
There you have it, folks. Enjoy your day and hit the comments to give us the news of the day!