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The Union strung second-half goals by Vincent Nogueira and C.J. Sapong Sunday in a stunning 2-0 win.
If you were down the shore or tending to your grill, here's what you missed over the weekend in MLS.
Despite having brought the club its 10th European Cup, Carlo Ancelotti was fired on Monday.
Hull City were relegated from the English Premier League after two years in the top flight.
Either Harrisburg or Rochester will visit PPL Park in the U.S. Open Cup's fourth round.
22-year-old midfielder Morgan Brian is one of the U.S. women's national team's rising stars.
Conor Casey laughed when asked how he made it all 90 minutes last Sunday.
Despite Sunday's upset victory against a streaking D.C. United squad, Union head coach Jim Curtin understands his team has miles to go.
The Women's World Cup host nation is ready to welcome thousands of Americans to the spectacle.
For once, a major FIFA election is untainted by claims of vote-buying. There's no need this time.
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