Hi, well welcome to the 2020 season, trade window opens at noon, closes on Wednesday. Oh, and speaking as a vet, I appreciate your thanks but as always and forever, unsolicited large cash donations to me are more heartfelt.
Washington Spirit to split home matches among three venues next season (WaPo): The Spirit may be putting the Plex in the rearview? Dunno.
Nike International Friendlies set for November 14-18 (US Soccer): D.C. United’s most recent signing (Moses Nyeman) and a prospective one (Kevin Paredes) are on the United States U-16 roster.
Football Team Named For Match Against Mexico (Bernews): The Opposition XI for D.C./Loudoun United’s thing gets narrowed down a little.
Spike Gjerde plans big food hall and two restaurants at Buzzard Point (WBJ): For you pregame Audi Field foodies out there, another option may be in the works.
So Leonardo Jara and Lucas Rodriguez were in La Plata to see their former/current club reopen their stadium (Estadio Jorge Luis Hirschi) on Saturday, let’s see how things went and whaaaa
What have I just witnessed? Estudiantes de La Plata returning home after 13 years away from their historic stadium put on this show for their fans: pic.twitter.com/AHCYo6oSy0— Adam Brandon (@AdamBrandon84) November 10, 2019
Match day photos: Real Monarchs vs El Paso Locomotive FC (RSL Soapbox): Real Salt Lake’s USL team will play Louisville City FC, who appear in the USL Final for the third straight year. If the USL wants to move MLS2 teams down that’s fine, but it should be noted an MLS2 is in the final for the fourth time in five years so...
Finally I started watching Netflix’ new docuseries “The Devil Next Door,” about a Cleveland auto worker who was arrested and deported to Israel for being the Nazi prison guard “Ivan the Terrible.” I remember this a little growing up but it dropped off the news radar, and touches upon a variety of modern themes today. Trailer be below: