I hope everyone had a lovely Independence Day. It’s been a while since I’ve seen a middle-of-the-week holiday, so naturally, it’s messing with my calendar awareness. To the kicks!
FC Dallas 0-1 D.C. United (Washington Post): D.C. United get their first win in Dallas in 17 years. Those 3 points look mighty large as the playoff bubble gets crowded. D.C. United is in limited company leading MLS with 22 matches played.
D.C. United’s summer transfer window options, summarized (The DP): Expect this link to work at 9:00 AM! Ryan reviews how D.C. United’s roster might fluctuate this summer.
Man stabbed during Mexico-Qatar Gold Cup soccer match at Levi’s Stadium; 2 sought (CBS): There just isn’t any good news coming out of Mexican soccer.
Canada tops Cuba to advance to CONCACAF Gold Cup quarterfinals (Sportsnet): Canada’s victory assures that they will face the United States in the quarterfinals.
Report: New England Revolution signing midfielder Ian Harkes (MLS): Bruce Arena and a Harkes… it’s a duo as old as (MLS) time.
A brief kicks today, so feel free to expand them in the comments!