Welcome to Wednesday folks. Not much today because the NCAA Tournament games were on and honestly I needed somewhat of an early night after a taxing day. Here’s what we got:
MLS and Liga MX join forces in new landmark partnership | MLS
Campeones Cup will take place each year under a new partnership, with Toronto FC hosting either Tigres UANL or the winner of the 2018 Clausura Liga MX on September 19th. More MLS-Liga MX matchups, I say. This should be fun.
Never did I think that I would have a chance to be a part of the largest attendance in MLS history and the smallest attendance in MLS history in the same week, but here we are. D.C. United may not even sell out the 5000-seat Maryland Soccerplex after playing in front of over 72,000 on Sunday against Atlanta United.
USL Division III welcomes Greenville as founding member | USL D3
Greenville, South Carolina becomes the 3rd city to have a team in the new USL D3 league that will begin in 2019.
Francisca Ordega makes Washington Spirit’s return after Atletico Madrid loan spell | Goal
Francisca Ordega returns to the Washington Spirit after a loan stint with Atletico Madrid.
Revs linked to Fulham attacker | The Bent Musket
Luca de la Torre could be leaving Fulham to join Brad Friedel’s New England Revolution. The United States youth international could bring a dynamic skill set to the Revs lineup.
Report: Tottenham’s Kane out until end of April | NBC Sports
First, Tottenham crashes out of Champions League, and now the report that Harry Kane could be out due to injury for 6 weeks. It will be a rush for him to get fully fit in time to play for England at the World Cup.
Tottenham sends out USA supporter survey that includes blatantly sexist question | Cartilage Free Captain
Tottenham’s U.S. fan survey had a question that was sexist to say the least. Looks like it was eventually removed, but still...bad look.
That’s all for today. Hit the comments to discuss UEFA Champions League, CONCACAF Champions League, and all the other news that we missed.