Good morning! It is a cool and rainy spring day, but I actually like these sorts of days. It is grey but with greenery blooming, birds chirping, and windows open in suck in the air. It reminds of a misty forest, hidden away from the rest of the world.
Anyways, enough musings. To the soccer!
Charles Boehm talks about how Hernan Losada’s comments, Lucy Rushton’s analysis, and Dave Kasper’s deal-making will chart the future for D.C. United over the next few years.
This year's Top 50 MLS Prospects list is officially out today.— Travis Clark (@travismclark) April 14, 2021
It's the fifth year of doing it, and we've had some pretty bad takes. Still, you should click and read if you like.https://t.co/K5jkfRtLSg
Kevin Paredes, Jacob Greene, and Moses Nyeman all make the list from D.C. United, but Griffin Yow drops off this year.
The history of professional women’s soccer in the US has been choppy, but the WUSA was a big and necessary part of how we got to today.
I feel sympathy for the Audi Field grounds crew, who will have this in-between two D.C. United games.