Thursday, March 05, 2015

MLS Agreement, Wednesday Reports, Spitting Row

No real surprises in yesterday's action, unfortunately. Everything was fairly standard fare in the end. Barcelona advanced to the final of the Copa del Rey where they'll face Athletic Bilbao. In the Premier League, it was business as usual. You've got to fear a bit for Everton, though. They are not looking well. Here's a rundown on all the went down yesterday:

West Ham 0 - 1 Chelsea: Dominic Fifield at Upton Park
West Ham 0 - 1 Chelsea: Three Quick Observations
Tottenham 3 - 2 Swansea: David Hytner at White Hart Lane
Liverpool 2 - 0 Burnley: Andy Hunter at Anfield
Newcastle 0 - 1 Manchester United: Louise Taylor at St. James' Park
Newcastle 0 - 1 Manchester United: Three Thoughts
QPR 1 - 2 Arsenal: Amy Lawrence at Loftus Road
Manchester City 2 - 0 Leicester City: Jamie Jackson at the Etihad Stadium
Manchester City 2 - 0 Leicester City: Three Thoughts

Meanwhile, back Stateside, it looks like the U.S.'s top league will play after all. MLS announced that the league and Players Union have reached an agreement in principle on a new collective bargaining agreement. Good. We're glad. Play ball! Just to get you excited, here are some predictions for the upcoming campaign.

You know what? That's it for today.



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