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FC Cincinnati manager resigns, Champions League results from North America and Europe and more in today’s links

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Philadelphia Union News

Union’s stadium now called Subaru Park with new naming rights deal
It’s the first time that the Japanese car manufacturer, whose U.S. headquarters is in Camden, has done a deal like this with any major-league sports team.

MLS News

Welcome to Champions League: Club León 2, LAFC 0
With another leg in the series coming next week, LAFC were aiming for a positive result, and a two-goal deficit is not necessarily a worst-case scenario, but the task at hand is tough and conceding late really hurts their cause in the series.

CCL Recap: ATLUTD - 1, Motagua - 1
The final score may show a 1-1 draw, but it’s a result that feels like a win and is exactly what the team would’ve wanted going on the road to play shorthanded.

Ron Jans investigation revealed racial insensitivity beyond singing in the locker room
When pressed on exactly what happened, Berding said, “When we had our initial meeting with Ron he confirmed he used a racial slur. he offered his context... what came out was alarming, was troublesome, was not acceptable.”

Sounders re-sign Alex Roldan
Roldan spent the first two years of his MLS career with the Sounders in the midfield, appearing in 19 games with seven starts in 2018. However, with multiple players ahead of him in the depth chart, his appearances dwindled to nine games played and five starts in 2019.

Montreal Impact sign Tottenham product, English youth centerback Luis Binks
The 18 year-old — who has logged more than 20 appearances for English youth national teams — will occupy an international roster spot and will officially join after passing a medical and received his international transfer certificate.

Rest of the World News

Reigning Champions League winners suffer rare defeat in first leg
Liverpool suffered its second defeat of the season on Tuesday, falling 1-0 at Atletico Madrid in the first leg of a Champions League round of 16 clash. Playing at the Wanda Metropolitano, where they won the UCL nine months ago, the Reds could not beat Atleti’s talented, in-sync defense as Saul Niguez scored the winner in the opening minutes.

Haaland makes history as German side gets edge
Borussia Dortmund and Paris Saint-Germain saved the excitement for the latter half of their Champions League round of 16 first leg. Recently acquired Erling Haaland was the hero for Dortmund as the German side beat PSG 2-1 at home Tuesday.

Cruz Azul steal win in Jamaica after very poor performance
Cruz Azul got an unjust 2-1 win over Portmore United after a terrible performance in the first game of the Concacaf Champions League.