Good morning! I hope everyone is honing their recipes for their (small, socially distanced) Thanksgivings! My favorite dish is oyster dressing, which I have been the one to make for the past couple of years. My grandmother wrote down her recipe on a note card, and while we don’t really use her methods anymore, it is still nice to get it out and look at it.
It is a very simple dish: crushed saltines, butter, half and half, pepper, and a crap ton of oysters. Being able to get them from the Chesapeake Bay instead of from ???? in a Kroger in the Midwest makes it even better.
Now I’ve just gotten myself worked up about oyster dressing. Anyways, to the links!
I am sad that rumors of coaches from South America have basically fallen off the map, and these two mentioned in the headlines do not fill me with any great excitement. Especially Armas, who failed at New York.
Another name has emerged in the D.C. United coaching search: Philadelphia assistant Pat Noonan. Third season with Supporters' Shield winners after four years with the LA Galaxy and one with #USMNT. #doop— Steven Goff (@SoccerInsider) November 18, 2020
Now, if we have to go with an MLS assistant, give me someone more like Gonzalo Pineda (also mentioned in the article above), or Pat Noonan, an assistant with this year’s Supporters’ Shield winners. Given how much success Seattle has had in the Schmetzer era, Pineda looks the most enticing to me, though.
Matt Doyle breaks down every team in MLS with his characteristic depth, and points out what we all already know about D.C. United’s season.
If they’re not going to do a bubble (which they should have), MLS may force teams out of the playoffs if they have an outbreak on their team. Hopefully this doesn’t end up the same way as USL, which had to cancel its finals.
Ufff .@LAFC Diego Rossi tests positive for Covid-19 in Uruguay. Vía @Uruguay #LAFC set to play #Sounders in 6 days (11/24) in #MLSCupPlayoffs Informa la selección uruguaya, Diego Rossi da positivo. @futbolnw @SomosSounders @ctapia2908 @MarloVilela @zupermarior @LaAficionNW pic.twitter.com/TNWpgUd0oO— Carolina Antipolo⚽⭐️⭐️ (@CaritoSports) November 18, 2020
Speaking of the global pandemic, LAFC may be without some of their best players as they are dealing with the consequences of the interational break.
Green and black? Sure, why not, and it matches the Tree of Gondor on their badge.
The Chicago Fire are getting a new badge...again.— Paul Tenorio (@PaulTenorio) November 18, 2020
The Fire are set to announce plans to scrap the crown badge and unveil a new one for the 2022 season, pending final approval of plans, sources tell @TheAthleticSCCR. https://t.co/5WGutiPRpA
Speaking of badges, everyone hated the new Chicago one so much that they’re going to have to rebrand again.
I hope Lindsey Horan gets well soon, but great opportunity for Howell!
Makes sense, the fourth round has been basically useless for awhile now.
That’s all I have, what’s up?