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A review from Jim Curtin’s weekly conference, LAFC makes another move, and Liverpool will face Real Madrid in the Champions League Final

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Philadelphia Union News

Ray Gaddis steps up as Union shuffle defense to add experience
The Union's experiment of playing the youngest defense in Major League Soccer history was noble, but it has been put on hold for the time being.

Report: Sébastien Le Toux to retire as a Philadelphia Union player
Union fan favorite will reportedly sign a ceremonial one-day contract.

Takeaways from Curtin's weekly presser
Here are three takeaways from his presser as the club prepares for their three-game road stretch in nine days.

Local News

Dan Scheck joins University of Penn men’s soccer as volunteer assistant
The former Temple University goalkeeper spent last season as director of quality control at UConn.

MLS News

LAFC sign Norwegian striker Adama Diomandé
Deal completed before Primary Transfer Window closed.

Reid says Sporting KC willing to spend $10 million on a player
Sporting KC players answered fans’ burning questions in an open forum format.

Rapids trade defender Eric Miller to MNUFC for midfielder Sam Nicholson
Miller is the second player from last year’s squad to leave the team in recent months.

Which stakeholders are most affected by the Lee Nguyen trade?
The New England Revolution agreed to trade Lee Nguyen to Los Angeles FC for a large sum of allocation money and a conditional draft pick. What's the aftermath of this blockbuster move?

Rest of the World News

Liverpool snuff out Roma comeback as Karius outshines Alisson to reach UCL final
Liverpool needed all of their 5-2 first-leg advantage over Roma, as the Merseysiders fell 4-2 in the Italian capital but move on to the UCL final.

PDL won’t allow Stephanie Labbé to play for Calgary Foothills
Canadian Women’s International goalkeeper made the team after a recent trial.

Canadian Premier League’s first eight teams revealed
The new league is reportedly set to announce York, Halifax, Ottawa, Hamilton, BC, Edmonton, Winnipeg and Calgary as its original eight.