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Gedion Zelalem, a 17-year-old German-American, came to New York with Arsenal over the weekend.
Nobody on Crystal Palace FC could get the ball past Union goalkeeper Andre Blake in the first half Friday night.
The Union fell to Crystal Palace of the English Premier League, 1-0.
FIFA rejected calls to move the 2018 World Cup from Russia.
The Union will host Crystal Palace FC of the Premier League. Jim Curtin has mixed feelings about the match.
John Smallwood: Wednesday will go down as a day of infamy, as EPL squads had their way with MLS teams.
The youngest member of the will play in the MLS Homegrown Game.
Jorge Luis Pinto has quit the World Cup quarter-finalists due to a dispute over his assistants.
The CYSC runs a recreational league that introduces the sport to up to 150 children ages 4 to 14 each season.
The Union's home will host the game that will likely qualify the U.S. for next year's World Cup.
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