Good morning and Happy Monday. Hope you enjoyed the break this weekend. Here’s what you need to know today.
- Misson accomplished: Saved The Crew
- United States women qualify for World Cup with 6-0 win over Jamaica
- Johnny Russell vows he’ll never reject Scotland cap call despite the 8,400 mile round trip
- Pity Martinez to Atlanta United is a done deal, Atlanta United will pay the $15 million release clause and he will arrive in December.
- Ex-German International and TFC midfielder Torsten Frings is a prime candidate to become Vancouver Whitecaps’ next head coach
- Why St. Louis Just Became The Leading Contender For A Major League Soccer Franchise
- Moreno: Sense of belief will propel D.C. United to playoffs
- MLS interest in Dundee midfielder Glen Kamara
- Sacramento’s Major League Soccer bid dealt another huge blow
- San Jose’s Wondolowski: “If it wasn’t for the fans, I’d already be gone”
- Thierry Henry named AS Monaco coach
- Grass field at Portland’s Providence Park? It could happen
- FC Dallas’ Statewide TV Network Expanding Team’s Reach
- Due to right hamstring tightness, goalkeeper Zack Steffen has departed USMNT camp and returned to Columbus.
- Veljko Paunovic “confident” he’ll be back with the Fire for 2019