“The opportunity to partner with Will and Jason brings exciting possibilities,” said Thohir. “D.C. United is a club with great tradition and history of winning. I am looking forward to helping with the continued development of D.C. United both on and off he field as well as expanding its reach as a global brand.” DC United co-owner Erick Thohir.
Portland Timbers' festering issues lead to firing of coach John Spencer - from The Oregonian's Geoffrey C. Arnold: and he expects to have a new coach in place by the end of the year.
Did Sigi Schmid ever feel he was on the hot seat during the winless streak? - from The Seattle Times' Joshua Mayers: "I always feel the bags are packed and the exit's there."
United owners to jump-start stadium talks - from The Washington Business Journal's Ben Fischer: Still, the owners said they would prefer to stay in D.C.
Balance of power shifting as more players join exodus to emerging markets - from Goal.com's Leander Schaerlaeckens: He isn’t alone.
Dynamo supports Cameron's transfer to Stoke City - from The Houston Chronicle's Jose de Jesus Ortiz: The Dynamo would receive two-thirds of the transfer fee on Cameron.
Colorado Rapids out of MLS playoff picture, but taking form at midpoint - from The Denver Post's Nick Groke: It hasn't deterred Colorado's coach.
A Soccer Prodigy, at Home in Brazil - from The NY Times' Sam Borden: “That saying we talk about — he is doing it.”
Morton chairman launches scathing attack on Scottish football's top brass - from The Herald: He also alighted upon a common theme in lamenting the existence of three governing bodies in Scottish football....
How meatballs and sausages got St. Pauli to the top - from Bundesliga Fanatic's Niklas Wildhagen: The enticements of the butchershop had an immediate effect on the results of the club.
@cboehm - Charles Boehm: Lots of talking points from todays ?#dcu? event...& I'm not talking about the club's 8.5x11 handout titled "D.C. United Talking Points"
- DC investor-operators
- Portland coach
- Open Cup
- Russia coach
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