Welcome to Wednesday, everyone. Some nice news in D.C. United land yesterday, so let’s get started:
16-year-old Griffin Yow becomes the 12th Homegrown Player in D.C. United history, signing the deal today. He scored the first goal in Loudoun United’s history and will be looking to do a lot more in his career both for Loudoun and for the Black-and-Red.
D.C. United connections on the list of candidates include former president Kevin Payne and current coach Ben Olsen, who is in his final year of eligibility under the Players category.
Jason Kreis is tabbed with the challenge of getting the USMNT U-23s to the Olympics, a competition for which they have failed to qualify the past two tournaments.
PSG wins a battle against UEFA in their Financial Fair Play case. UEFA can only challenge PSG’s 2017-18 financials, while the ones prior to that cannot be investigated further.
A touching tribute from Memphis 901’s Elliot Collier, a New Zealand native who was friends with Atta Elayyans, a Kiwi soccer player who was killed during the heinous terrorist attacks in Christchurch last week.
Collin Martin discusses his time at Bethesda-Chevy Chase High and also being an openly gay athlete.
Could Bolton Wanderers be going bankrupt? Today’s a big day in the courts for the club.
That’s it for now. Hit the comments and behave! :-)