Saturday morning: What's in the news ...

1. Inter Miami won another round in the Florida courts when Broward County Circuit Court Judge Raag Singhal ruled in favor of the City of Ft. Lauderdale and the MLS expansion against FXE Futbol, which was seeking a temporary injunction to block the demolition of Lockhart Stadium, where Inter Miami plans to build a 18,000-seat venue as part of a larger soccer complex. With Inter Miami slated to start in 2020, any delays could jeopardize its efforts to build a home for its launch. It wants to build a stadium as part of a development on Miami's Melreese Country Club, but that effort has been tied up in approval processes. FXE Futbol's lawsuit against the City of Ft. Lauderdale and Inter Miami alleging violations of state bidding laws remains intact.

-- MLS Moves: Friday

2. Atlanta United's Ezequiel Barco was named to Argentina's U-20 World Cup team and will leave the Five Stripes after Sunday's MLS game at Sporting KC. Barco, who leads Atlanta United with three goals in 2019, could miss as many as seven games before returning in late June when Atlanta United resumes play after the Gold Cup break.
 
-- Results: National Women's Soccer League (Week 4)

3. The Philadelphia Union will be without Jamaican Cory Burke for at least three months, possibly the rest of the season, because visa issues. Burke returned to Jamaica to complete the visa process for a green card but a personal issue led to his P1 work visa being canceled. Burke tied for the Union lead with 10 goals in 2018. In his absence, Pole Kacper Przybylko has scored in his first two MLS games for the Union.

-- Results: Concacaf U-17 Men's Championship (Matchday 2)

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