Good morning! This week has felt like ten weeks with the amount of news and various stuff happening. Here’s what was up yesterday. Also a photo of a bactrian camel at the end because they’re cool.
MLS might force D.C. United to find another place to play its home opener | Washington Post
There aren’t many other options left in the region for D.C. United.
Luciano Acosta obtains permanent residence in US with Green Card | DCUnited.com
Luciano Acosta will no longer take up an international spot for the Black-and-Red.
Phil Neville: England women head coach sorry after 'sexist' tweets criticised | BBC Sport
The newly-appointed England women's national team coach made sexist tweets a few years ago.
Phil Neville is the new England manager because the FA doesn’t care about the women’s team | SBNation.com
Neville's sexist tweets compound an already poor choice.
FA knew of Phil Neville tweets before making him England women’s manager | The Guardian
The FA says they knew about the tweets before hiring him.
D.C. United new jersey, plus the MLS SuperDraft: Filibuster | Black And Red United
Check out the newest episode of Filibuster!
Response from Larry Nassar enablers has come too late | SI.com
This isn't soccer news but it's important.
On a lighter note, here’s the camel.
That’s all I’ve got! Let me know in the comments what you’re reading.