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Philadelphia Union News

Know Your Enemy: Atlanta United
The defending champs have a single goal through two matches and just spent 90 minutes pouring crosses into expansion side FC Cincinnati’s eighteen yard box.

MLS News

How NYRB and Houston crashed out of the CCL
Two MLS teams are left in the CCL, let’s see how NYRB and Houston meet their doom.

MLS Power Rankings: Week 2
Union fall again this week to number 20 in the power rankings.

Orlando City signs Swedish international Robin Jansson
The 6-foot-1 Jansson appeared in 25 games (all starts) with AIK during the 2018 Allsvenskan season, playing 2,523 minutes and scoring two goals with one assist.

Paraguay calls up three MLS players for March friendlies
New York Red Bulls playmaker Kaku Gamarra, the Portland Timbers’ Cristhian Paredes and Atlanta United winger Hector Villalba were named to the Albirrojas’ roster for their clash vs. Peru on March 22 at Red Bull Arena and a meeting with Mexico at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California on March 26.

Three MLS players called up to Ecuador national team
Carlos Gruezo (FC Dallas), Romario Ibarra (Minnesota United) and Sebastian Mendez (Orlando City) are among those called in for La Tricolor by new coach Hernan Dario Gomez, the same man who steered Panama into the 2018 FIFA World Cup ahead of the Americans.

Remi Garde denies interest in Lyon rumors
The Frenchman made a point to turn down any link with the Ligue 1 club on Tuesday morning.

US Soccer News

USMNT March roster announced
This roster of players will prepare to take on two South American teams in Chile and Ecuador. While both teams, like the USMNT, failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup, they both competed at the 2014 World Cup. Together, they present two formidable tests to this young USMNT squad.

Rest of the World News

Champions League review: Ronaldo saves Juventus
On a night when Juve needed him to bag a hat trick, that’s exactly what he did – scoring twice on headers off sublime crosses into the box, and then beating Jan Oblak, one of the game’s best goalkeepers, from the penalty spot late in the game.