News in Brief: Two Uniteds, Great Gophers, Dallas Fined, and More

by on 9 October 2017

News bits

Meg Ryan compares and contrasts the crowds (and other aspects) of Minnesota United and Atlanta United in the Star Tribune.

Andy Greder writes on some of the bigger games Minnesota United has played this season.

The Golden Gophers Women have had a fantastic season, led by coach Stefanie Golan and captain Tori Burnett.

Minnesota United FC’s front office was very pleased with attendance at the end of the season.

After Dallas FC played an ineligible player against Orlando, they were fined by the league.

BUT Dallas FC are not taking the fine sitting down, and are pointing blame for the roster violation at the officials of the day.

Pat O’Brien, the Director of Grassroots Soccer for Ventura County Fusion, spoke with Steve Bernasconi of The Soccer Tour about the problems with Youth Soccer in the U.S.


Dakota Alliance FC had some youths training with Minnesota United FC

The U.S. men’s national team improved its chances of qualifying for the World Cup with a 4-0 win over Panama on Saturday.


MLS weekend roundup

Colorado and Dallas drew 1-1 .

Minnesota United FC scored late to win a point from Sporting Kansas City in a 1-1 draw.

Vancouver fell 3-0 to New York Red Bulls.

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