While the US Women got off to a hot start in Canada yesterday, the US men are getting ready for a battle with Germany.
// FC Dallas //
Losing Tesho and Mo hurts quite a bit here. As much as I hate seeing them go for a week or so, it is awfully exciting to see them get national team call ups here.
Yesterday afternoon saw the U-18 and U-16 get their final games of the regular season in against Houston. Up next is a visit to the playoffs.
// MLS //
Simon Borg had no issue with any of the red cards on Sunday. And to be fair, the most I look at Je-Vaughn Watson's, the more I tend to lean on the fact that it was the right call. The whole 'endangerment of opponent's safety' thing is pretty clear in that one to me.
Just get the shovels in the dirt already.
While the Union have done what they can in Chester, there is still a lot to be done to get that community going again.
Come on Atlanta, lets not pick a silly or stupid name for your MLS club.
// FIFA //
He wore the ugly shoes, took a bite out of every thing on the dollar menu at McDonalds (that may be worse to me than the Bud Light Lime), and lastly he drank a whole Bud Light Lime and said it was delicious. The best was seeing he's reaction to how he didn't think it through enough because he truly didn't believe it would happen.
// Women's WC //
For the most of the first half, the Australian women were the better side but the US found a way to make it their game and control the second half in a manner that you'd expect them to.
This is a long read but a good one for those that are into the Women's World Cup at the moment.
We all expected some Hope Solo drama at this World Cup, but she handled it all like a pro on the field yesterday.
Zero players from Texas on this year's roster. That is kind of hard to believe given the talent in this state with soccer.