Whoa, yesterday had a lot of announcements and soccer news in the world of American soccer. Let’s just start with the big one:
It’s official: FC Cincinnati becomes MLS’s 26th franchise and will begin play in 2019. It was expected after they finalized their stadium deal. There will be one more round of expansion which will add 2 more teams.
Christian Pulisic gets some much needed rest as the United States Men’s National Team heads to Europe. Bill Hamid will continue with the team.
The USWNT plays two friendlies next month against China, and the roster was released. No Washington Spirit players made this roster.
Darren Mattocks wants to prove that he can be the man that puts several balls in the net this season for D.C. United. He’s off to a great start thus far.
England players are prepped to deal with any racism that may occur in Russia during the World Cup next month. It sucks that they even have to deal with this in the year 2018.
Join me as a neutral for the World Cup! Here, I write about how you don’t need to jump on a bandwagon to enjoy the world’s greatest tournament.
Frank Lampard is about to get into managing, taking the duties at Derby County.
Europe is basically all in on Morocco’s 2026 World Cup bid. As expected.
Let’s talk about giving the new USL team for D.C. United its own flair. It would be good for the team.
Alright, that’s what I got, ladies and gents. Hit the comments and let the world know what else hit your timelines.