Happy Wednesday everyone. It’s the day before Thanksgiving, so before you completely skip out on work for the holidays, check out what happened yesterday:
D.C. United is in talks with Caesars to open sportsbook at Audi Field - Washington Post
D.C. United could have the District’s first sportsbook, as Caesars is in talks with the team to open one at Audi Field before next season. Part of the deal would include Caesars becoming the sleeve sponsor on the jerseys.
Four players selected in Stage 1 of 2019 MLS Re-Entry draft - MLS
Nothing too eventful in the MLS Re-Entry Draft, with Mikey Ambrose heading to Inter Miami CF, Eric Miller to Nashville SC, Richard Sanchez going to Sporting Kansas City, and Kendall McIntosh getting picked up by the New York Red Bulls.
Here are your 2019 USWNT player of the year nominees - Stars & Stripes FC
Julie Ertz, Rose Lavelle, Carli Lloyd, Alex Morgan, Megan Rapinoe, and Alyssa Naeher are your United States Women’s National Team player of the year nominees.
When an injury-time equaliser goes very wrong... - BBC
Club Brugge had a stoppage time equalizer from Krepin Diatta, and he celebrated by taking off his shirt. Problem is, he forgot that he already had a yellow card. That shirt removal cost him a red card. His teammate, Clinton Mata, kicked the corner flag in celebration and broke it. He also got a red card as a result of already being booked, so Brugge had 2 players sent off in seconds for a goal that they scored. Unreal.
Manchester City group worth $4.8 billion after Silver Lake buy 10 percent - ESPNFC
Rich club becomes richer as Manchester City sell 10% of the club in a deal that creates a $4.8 billion valuation.
Goalkeeper scores from inside his own box - BBC
Chivas de Guadalajara goalkeeper Antonio Rodriguez tried it...he scored a goal from his own box against Veracruz.
Happy Thanksgiving everyone, and safe travels to your final destinations!