Good morning, and happy Monday. Here’s the news for today:
Around the Club
- (The Blue Testament) Sporting Kansas City was victorious for the second match in a row, dispatching the San Jose Earthquakes with a 3-2 win.
- (Kansas City Star) How Daniel Salloi has sparked the Sporting KC offense.
- (Pro Soccer USA) Sporting KC’s attack continues firing
- (Fox Sports) “I thought we were the better team tonight,” says Peter Vermes.
- (United Soccer League) The Swope Park Rangers won a 4-3 thriller in their opening match. Here are the highlights.
Around the League
- (MLS) The United States men’s national team could play in 2019 Copa America, a big test for a (presumably) new coach.
- (NY Times) FIFA is attempting to build a new global women’s soccer league.
- (US Soccer) Erik Palmer-Brown is one of 22 players called up to the senior national team.
- (ESPN) Chris Wondolowski becomes the second all-time leading goal scorer in MLS.
- (ESPN) Houston Dynamo’s DaMarcus Beasley calls DC United’s temporary home “unacceptable for MLS).
Around the City
- (Rock Chalk Talk) The Jayhawks are going to the Sweet 16 after defeating Seton Hall on Saturday.
- (Bring on the Cats) The Wildcats’ ended UMBC’s cinderella story as Kansas State heads on to the second weekend of the NCAA tournament.
- (Rock M Nation) Michael Porter Jr. gave it all he had.
- (Royals Review) A ranking of the top 25 Royals prospects.
- (Arrowhead Pride) The Chiefs are reportedly looking at restricted free agent defensive lineman Xavier Williams.
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