A local bowling alley located in the Midway Shopping Center is counting down the days until they close their doors for good. Midway Pro Bowl is closing in the near future after 34 years in business. The tenants have been given 90 days notice to vacate. This news comes days after it was announced Minnesota United principal owner Bill McGuire reached a deal to purchase the Midway Shopping Center seen as a move to clear the way for construction on the new $200 million stadium.
A few players have been absent from the training pitch this week. Defender Brent Kallman is considered day-to-day, causing head coach Adrian Heath to consider another lineup change on the back line ahead of this weekend’s away match against Chicago Fire. Forward Christian Ramirez is also considered day-to-day as he recovers from a hamstring injury and is not expected to play until he is back to full health. Elsewhere, midfielder Bashkim Kadrii missed a second consecutive day of practice today due to personal reasons.
The schedule is available for the U-13 and U-14 Minnesota United FC Academy Teams. The teams start play on September 9 as part of the U.S. Soccer Development Academy regular season.
Their time is almost here…
The U-13 & U-14 #MNUFC Academy Teams start play on 9.09
— Minnesota United FC (@MNUFC) August 23, 2017
Partway through an FA Cup match, Baldock Town FC’s Twitter correspondent Liam Kenna abandoned his duties in the middle of the match as he was brought on as a sub.
Sorry for the lack of updates during the last 10 mins yesterday. Our Twitter correspondant had to go on as sub.
— Baldock Town FC (@baldocktownfc) August 21, 2017
FA Cup final score: Baldock Town 3-1 North Greenford United. What a second half from the boys. #EmiratesFACup
— Baldock Town FC (@baldocktownfc) August 20, 2017
Never been so tired playing 10 mins of football. FA Cup win. 🤘
— Liam Kenna (@Liam_Kenna) August 20, 2017
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