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D.C. United adds Chris McCann, USWNT SheBelieves Cup roster announced, and more: Freedom Kicks for February 13, 2019

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Some depth on the back line for the Black-and-Red.

Happy Wednesday, everyone. We have more Champions League today, but let’s recap some of the news that hit yesterday.

First off, a happy trails and congrats to former D.C. United goalkeeper Travis Worra, who announced his retirement last night.

D.C. United signs former Atlanta United defender/midfielder Chris McCann | Black & Red United

D.C. United claims Chris McCann off waivers from Atlanta United last evening. Should be some nice quality depth for the defense.

23 USWNT players named for SheBelieves roster | Stars & Stripes FC

Lindsey Horan is out due to injury for the United States Women’s National Team, so she will be out for SheBelieves Cup. Mallory Pugh, Andi Sullivan, and Rose Lavelle are the Washington Spirit players that will be on the roster for matches against Japan, England, and Brazil.

Loudoun United signs first two players in club history | Black & Red United

Loudoun United has two players! Calle Brown and Omar Milton Campos are the first two signings in Loudoun history.

FC Dallas Unveils The Reunion Jersey | FC Dallas

You guys will be really shocked to learn that FC Dallas has a new jersey that’s 97% white. Like the rest of the league, it seems.

Report: FC Cincinnati to sign former Crew, ‘Caps winger Kekuta Manneh | MLS

Kekuta Manneh has come back to MLS to sign with FC Cincinnati. The former Columbus Crew SC and Vancouver Whitecaps star is looking for more playing time after stops in Mexico and Switzerland.

Washington Spirit announce 2019 preseason schedule | Black & Red United

The Washington Spirit will have friendlies against Girondins de Bordeaux, the North Carolina Tar Heels, the James Madison Dukes, and the Virginia Tech Hokies during preseason.

Manchester United’s Paul Pogba sent off as PSG triumph at Old Trafford | ESPNFC

PSG is in the driver’s seat in the Round of 16, beating Manchester United 2-0 at Old Trafford. United will have to win by 3 in Paris in the second leg without Paul Pogba, who got a red card yesterday.

Gordon Banks: World Cup-winning goalkeeper dies aged 81 | BBC

The starting goalkeeper for England in the 1966 World Cup passed away yesterday at the age of 81.

That’s it for today. Slide into the comments and let us know what you found.