Welp, then there was golf or something.
Recap: Loudoun thumps Red Bulls II in 7-3 win (us): Not all was horrible Saturday!
Mexican team let two goals get scored on them in protest for unpaid wages (FMF State of Mind): Friday night, Veracruz played Tigres, with an eye towards highlighting their plight, which is a little more than a wage one. Anyway, FMF has the rundown, as does ESPN.
A vital weapon for Newcastle, but will a disappointing stint with USA leave Yedlin with a hangover? (Athletic, $): DeAndre Yedlin letting a small cat out of the bag regarding Gregg Berhalter’s room at the moment.
Kerr’s only team right now is the Chicago Red Stars (Hot Time in Old Town): Nestled in this story is something discussing the NWSL getting more invested in retaining marquee players, which would be something.
Mac & Cheese Festival Coming to DC Next Weekend (DC Post): If you need some time at Audi Field for GP, this thing that’s been intermittently cancelled in Virginia a bunch of times over the last few months is allegedly happening this weekend.
End of an era in Charleston (US Soccer Players): Charlie talks about the end of Blackbaud nee MUSC Health Stadium. Bummer to see it go.
Herrick, Hyndman and Martin Elected to United Soccer Coaches Hall of Fame (USC): Loudoun coach Ryan Martin sees his Dad and mentor get a well-deserved honor.
I consigli di Veron, i messaggi del Papu: Coria, il mago di Messina (DiMarzio): The Facundo Coria update you didn’t know you needed.
Finally, along with the Breaking Bad movie “El Camino,” Netflix quietly released “The Laundromat,” Steven Soderbergh’s comedy-drama about the Panama Papers, starring Meryl Streep and Gary Oldman. Trailer ahoy: