Happy Wednesday everyone. Today shapes up to be a bit warmer than the past couple days, so bask in the 45-degree heat wave while you take in the news from yesterday:
Christen Press’s 54th minute super awesome goal was the difference for the United States Women’s National Team in a 1-0 victory over Spain.
Tim Howard’s gold may not rust, but it will certainly retire after this season.
Russell Canouse and Paul Arriola make the cut and will continue with the USMNT for upcoming friendlies against Panama and Costa Rica.
D.C. United finally makes it official, signing Antonio Bustamante to a Homegrown deal.
Sad news out of England as Cardiff City’s Emiliano Sala was confirmed to be on a plane that disappeared. They have suspended the search.
Loudoun United will open up their debut USL Championship season on the road, but their first few home matches will not be in their new confines. To Audi Field they go?
D.C. United has the 2nd-shortest distance to travel in 2019, but at 27,566 miles, the players can still get Gold status with American or United. Upgrades look shaky though, they’ll have to check at the counter for that.
An interview with RB Leipzig’s new American midfielder, Tyler Adams.
Sacramento Republic adds one of the owners of the Pittsburgh Penguins to their ownership team. Will this finally put them over the top in the race for a MLS expansion spot?
The Spanish tax man hit Cristiano Ronaldo with a $21.6 million fine and a 2-year suspended sentence after he pled guilty to tax fraud.
That’s it for now. Stay warm and dry out there.