FC Dallas players are stuck in their rooms after a rash of positive test results while the 'Caps' arrival was delayed until Monday. Read the whole story
June 28: 2 positives from 329 tests on or before June 28.
June 30: 4 new positives (6 total positives) from 392 tests on June 29-30.
July 2: 6 new positives, 4 players (12 total positives, 10 players) from 855 tests on July 1-2.
July 4: 2 new positives (14 total positives, 12 players) from 1,151 tests on July 3-4.
Note: MLS releases test results every other day.
"I have a lot of empathy for the guys on the team that have families, they're going to have to leave their families behind. Maybe some guys don't speak the language, maybe they have a kid that's
newborn or things like that, so I feel nervous for them, not necessarily for me because I'm young and healthy. I'm not leaving anybody behind here in Denver. It's more about the nervousness of
actually getting the virus and how I'm gonna feel. But at the end of the day, there's not another option."
-- Brazilian Andre Shinyashiki, the 2019 MLS Rookie of the Year, on heading to the MLS is Back Tournament with the Colorado Rapids. (Denver Post)
Houston and Utah are tied for second place behind the North Carolina Courage, the only team that opened with a pair of wins. Read the whole story
England (Premier League) Christian Pulisic, Chelsea, 90 minutes (3-0 vs. Watford)
(Championship) Cameron Carter-Vickers, Luton Town, 90 minutes (0-5 vs. Reading)
-- Duane Holmes, Derby County, 65 minutes (1-1 vs. Nott. Forest)
-- Tim Ream, Fulham, 90 minutes (1-0 vs. Birmingham City)
-- Antonee Robinson, Wigan Athletic, 90 minutes (0-3 at Brentford)
Germany (3. Liga) McKinze Gaines, Sonnenhof Gross., 90 minutes (0-1 at Carl Zeiss Jena)
-- *Chris Richards, Bayern Munich II, 90 minutes (0-1 at Kaiserslautern)
Israel (Ligat ha'Al) Josh Cohen, Maccabi Haifa, 90 minutes (0-1 vs. Maccabi Tel Aviv)
Italy (Serie B) Andrija Novakovich, Frosinone, 76 minutes (2-1 vs. Spezia)
Poland (Ekstraklasa) Ben Lederman, Rakow Czestochowa, 57 minutes (1-2 vs. Z. Lubin)
Spain (Segunda Division) Shaq Moore, Tenerife, 90 minutes (2-1 at Almeria)
*Won 3. Liga, finishing one point ahead of Wurzberger Kickers and Eintracht Braunschweig.
Our archive of 2020 Q&As includes interviews with men and women who play a variety of roles at several levels of the game. Read the whole story
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3. 'All about the money': The decline of Minnesota United's youth academy By Eli Hoff (SB Nation)