Happy Wednesday, everyone. Yesterday was long, draining, and I don’t have much for you. So, let’s just get right into a few things from yesterday while Election Day occurred:
The United States Men’s National Team roster was announced for upcoming friendlies they have next week. No MLS players were on the roster, so no D.C. United players will make the trip abroad due to coronavirus restrictions.
Jason Anderson breaks down what D.C. United needs to make the playoffs. It’s a wild set of scenarios.
The USMNT buried an announcement that they will play Panama in Austria on November 16th. It will be the second friendly of the international window, as they play Wales as well on November 12th.
The San Jose Earthquakes match against Los Angeles Football Club that was postponed due to positive COVID-19 cases has been rescheduled for tonight. It could have some affect on the playoff picture in the Western Conference.
Wales head coach Ryan Giggs will not coach the team during the November window as he was arrested for allegedly assaulting his girlfriend in a domestic dispute.
Diego Maradona just celebrated his 60th birthday a few days ago, and now he recovers in a hospital after surgery to fix a blood clot in his brain. We hope he’s recovering well.
That’s all I got today. As the election results become more firm, try to entertain yourself with Champions League soccer or some of the MLS action that will take place this evening. Be excellent to each other.