Welcome to Wednesday, everyone. Only a few of these left in 2021, so let’s get right. First, a recap of yesterday:
The New England Revolution’s Carles Gil runs away with the MLS MVP award, and deservedly so.
Don Garber spoke today at Gil’s press conference, declaring Las Vegas the frontrunner to be the league’s 30th franchise. He also discussed the league’s future media rights.
MLS updates its diversity hiring policy, giving more opportunities to minority and LGBTQIA candidates for front office and technical positions.
It appears Loudoun United will move to MLS Next Pro in 2023, meaning that next season will be its last in the USL Championship.
SheBelieves Cup is coming up in February, and I opine on which teams the USWNT should schedule for the annual tournament.
Victor Montagliani has joined the ranks of those who think the Super League idea is a great one. Take that however you want.
The MLSPA asked its players about each other, and Russell Canouse was ranked among the league’s fittest players.
A wild weekend in Columbian soccer as match fixing shakes up promotion in its second division.
Former D.C. United player Lloyd Sam will serve as the color analyst for Charlotte FC when they begin next season.
Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow.