Happy Wednesday, everyone. It’s the final Wednesday before Christmas, so let’s recap what happened yesterday before you get online for some last minute gift shopping.
The Africa Cup of Nations will proceed as scheduled, according to the CAF president. The tournament kicks off on January 9th in Cameroon.
Loudoun United will play a schedule where they will play each team in the Eastern Conference home and away in 2022. They will also play 4 Western Conference teams at home and another 4 on the road.
OKC Energy FC will sit out one year while its stadium is being renovated. Apparently, the stadium waiver for Energy FC only applied to their current temporary stadium.
In more USL Championship news, Oakland Roots will have a new training ground next season since the Raiders moved to Vegas:
Got the scoop on more major moves by the @Oaklandrootssc!— Marcus Thompson (@ThompsonScribe) December 21, 2021
The Roots will take over the Raiders old training facility in Alameda for the 2022 @USLChampionship season #KnowYourRoots pic.twitter.com/lSETXkziTW
Salernitana needs a new owner by the end of the year, or Italy may kick them out of Serie A. We will see if the club finds new ownership in the next 8 days.
There’s more chatter on the World Cup being anything but every 4 years, and they’re talking way too much about it. Which means it’s probably going to happen.
That’s it for today. Stay vigilant in these streets.