Week in Tweets
Houston, Guatemala, and Belize reaction, #jackscoresthat, and more. It’s all in The Week in Tweets.
The USMNT will look to solidify there place at the top of Group C in Saturday’s Gold Cup game against Cuba with another stylish, dominant win. Could it be Jack McInerney’s last best chance to get on the field?
Daily news roundups
Hackworth not taking Chivas USA lightly. Farfan v Farfan: The return of Gabe. Williams and McInerney make SBI midseason Best XI. Reading and Ocean City have Friday games before Sunday PDL derby. More news.
Soccer on TV
This week’s live soccer listings include the Philadelphia Union, Harrisburg City Islanders, the USMNT in Gold Cup group play, UEFA Women’s Euro, international club friendlies, and more.
Though they played well, the Union return from a tough road trip with only two points. They should earn more than that against a Chivas team that remains rudderless despite recent improvements under a new coach.
Philadelphia Soccer History
Conor Casey and Jack McInerney have developed a strong scoring partnership, another in a long line of Philly soccer dynamic duos. Steve Holroyd takes a look at the top goalscoring partnerships from Philly pro soccer history.
KYW Philly Soccer Show / Podcasts
Union midfielder Le Fernandes talks about his recent starts and Sons of Ben travel coordinator Kelly Delaney discusses the supporters group’s volunteer work. Then, Greg and Eli discuss the loss in Houston and Friday’s game against Chivas USA.
Ever see the movie 500 Days of Summer? Seth Finck has, and that whole perception vs. reality thing got him thinking about some of Union manager John Hackworth’s decisions (complete with Allen Iverson “Practice” rant references).