Tuesday, September 30, 2014
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The Union's main rivals in the Eastern Conference playoff race got wins over the weekend.
Lionel Messi scored his 400th goal and Neymar hit a hat trick in Barcelona's 6-0 rout of Granada.
Leading scorer Sebastien Le Toux departed early with an ankle injury in a 1-0 loss to D.C. United.
After winning over partisan and neutral observers, Jim Curtin won over the Union's front office.
Amobi Okugo is the odd man out of the Union's lineup right now. He's also out of contract after this season.
Sporting and the Timbers will head to tricky group stage finales with favorable goal differences.
Michael Lahoud was not allowed out of the airport during an eight-hour layover.
New York's Bradley Wright-Phillips is three goals away from tying the 19-year-old MLS single-season scoring mark.
With five games remaining, the Union are 9-9-11 for 38 points in the tightly contested Eastern Conference.
John Smallwood: U.S. soccer officials ought to be ashamed at not barring Hope Solo.
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