Hi. This is the 4th straight Monday that I’ll be home with my kid due to various reasons. I’ve grown to love and respect Peppa Pig.
D.C. United enters offseason with a sense of hope and a to-do list (WaPo): Goff provides a 30,000 foot view and we’ll get into the weeds as well, but I’d imagine not a lot of turnover occurs.
D.C. United reflects on ‘a hell of a run’ after season-ending loss (WaPo Express): Thomas Floyd provides similar but different content.
Treated with derision by some, Wayne Rooney’s debut MLS season has been an absolute triumph (The 42): Kind of an interesting read when contrasted against the other Manchester United player that joined MLS in the summer. To that end, Wazza is getting one last hurrah for England against the United States next week.
But that’s not the only surreal thing someone decided to mention Sunday:
Major League Soccer are exploring the possibility of playing several high profile matches in England. DC United expected to take part in the opening game at a large stadium. They have been encouraged by the recent success of @NFLUK games. #MLS #MLSUK— Martin Cockshaw #FBPE (@martincockshaw) November 4, 2018
Now I can’t really top that, so I’m going to go out and be a Dad for a bit.