Happy Wednesday folks. There was quite a bit of news yesterday, so let’s jump right into it:
Bad news in the midfield as D.C. United will be missing Ulises Segura for 6-8 weeks after he went down with a knee injury in training.
MLS appears to be changing the rule regarding players signed via Discretionary TAM. Teams will now be able to trade those players for compensation.
2014 World Cup hero Mario Gotze was left off the Germany roster for next month’s World Cup...wow.
Lionel Messi says that if Neymar joins Real Madrid this summer, it would be a “huge blow” to FC Barcelona. Welp, I for one hope it happens.
Only 3 players played more than one league match in the EPL this season: Geoff Cameron, DeAndre Yedlin, and Danny Williams. Take a look at all the United States internationals who played in England fared this season.
England released its provisional World Cup roster and Jack Wilshere and Joe Hart are not on it.
PSV has released a stadium site plan for the possible move of Columbus Crew SC to Austin. They’re hoping to move the team after the 2018 season.
An interesting look at the lengths MLS teams are going to in order to find the next great young talent in America.
Shame on the “fans” who broke into a Sporting Clube de Portugal training session and attacked players, leaving Bas Dost injured ahead of the team’s preparations for the Portuguese Cup final this weekend against Aves.
And that’s what I got for today...hit the comments and have a great one!