Happy Wednesday, folks. Tuesday basically was a tornado of news, so we’re gonna drop most of it on you right now:
The NASL is done for the season. Is it done for good? While the Jacksonville Armada, New York Cosmos and Miami FC are slated to play in the NPSL this season, the San Diego expansion team, 1904 FC, will enter the USL in 2019.
The United 2026 World Cup bid put forth by the United States, Mexico, and Canada may be in serious trouble, as it is rumored that Morocco has enough votes to secure the World Cup ahead of the United bid. The reason: the world’s view of America politically, among other things.
Columbus Crew SC’s owner Anthony Precourt just lit another fire, releasing a statement solely about his efforts to relocate to Austin.
Toronto FC outlasts the Colorado Rapids to advance to the quarterfinals of the CONCACAF Champions League.
Could D.C. United be looking to sign a left back from Saprissa in Costa Rica? That left back, Joseph Mora, might be in the Black-and-Red lineup this weekend if reports are to be believed.
We’re in the last day of Black History Month, and before my final article in my BHM daily series drops at noon today, recall the story of the first openly gay soccer player, Justin Fashanu, and the tragic circumstances surrounding the end of his life (with a link to Maryland).
Didier Drogba literally helped bring peace to his homeland of the Ivory Coast, helping to broker a cease fire in their civil war. Learn how he did it and how he scored his greatest goal in uniting his country.
England may have a winter break of some sort, as the Premier League is in discussions for trying to find a few weeks off midseason to give its players some rest.
Pumas UNAM players were asked to carry a banner calling for drug gangs to leave the local university after two students were killed in gang-related violence. They refused to do so, citing security fears.
Neymar is out for up to 2 months. PSG’s chances of advancing in the Champions League were already slim, but slim might be leaving town.
And, that’s just a piece of what came down the pike yesterday. Got more? Hit the comments and let us know!