We will likely know in the next 24-36 hours if the parties have an agreement or if the league will have its first lockout. Read the whole story
"Rather than commenting on what a player should or shouldn't be doing, shouldn't our focus be on why players felt the need to do this in the first place?"
-- Former U.S. national team goalkeeper Mary Harvey, the chief executive of the Centre for Sports and Human Rights, on whether players should be disciplined for their support of the protests over the killing of George Floyd. In Germany, Borussia Dortmund's Jadon Sancho received a yellow card for celebrating the second goal in the 6-1 over Paderborn by showing a "Justice for George Floyd" shirt. Dortmund teammate Achraf Hakimi revealed his own yellow "Justice for George Floyd" T-shirt when he later scored but was not booked. (AP)
Germany (Bundesliga) Gio Reyna, Bor. Dortmund, sub-11 minutes (6-1 at Paderborn)
Germany (3. Liga) Terrence Boyd, Hallescher, sub-45 minutes (2-4 at Preussen Muenster)
Poland (Ekstraklasa) Kenny Saief, Lechia Gdansk, sub-16 minutes (4-3 vs. Arka Gdynia)
As of late Sunday night, 16 of 26 MLS clubs and eight of nine NWSL clubs had issued or retweeted statements on Twitter. Read the whole story