RT @JeffKassouf: From last night: fallout from Portland and Louisville -- including fines and suspensions reaching to teams not involved in those games -- and an open investigation into the incident in Houston involving Sarah Gorden. Details on who got fined and suspended for what 👇 https://t.co/m8vkd79bdS
Paxten Aaronson is No. 1 over Ayo Akinola and Efrain Alvarez. That’s a sight. (Now click on the link and support Travis’ good work.)
The odds have significantly moved in the last 24 hours. The Union have gone from -112 to -240 with the news of the Saprissa absences. Union -240 Tie +325 Saprissa +710 The Union are also -1000 to advance to the next round. Saprissa at +500 in that spot.
RT @byjuliapoe: Last time I'm saying it for a bit — I do not control the GDPR, I can't fix this problem on our site and seriously doubt that the company I work for (which is trying to offer us a $400 "bonus" in exchange for allowing them at-will firing abilities atm) will do so anytime soon. https://t.co/qaVqANXHBt
RT @JamesOlley: Slavia Prague's Ondřej Kúdela banned for ten UEFA club and representative team competition matches for racist behaviour. Includes the one-match provisional suspension served in last week's EL quarter-final v Arsenal. Glen Kamara banned for three games for assaulting a player.
The Union were always going to put some of the Aaronson/McKenzie money back into the academy. The "refund" term here doesn't come off great at all. Until we see balance sheets (not likely), or who comes in this summer, we won't know the exact breakdown.
Tanner sees the Aaronson and McKenzie transfer fees as a “refund” for the Union Academy expenses. Notes that some money will go to new players, but says the team will stick with it’s current philosophy of developing “our next superstar.”