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Royal Roundup - October 5, 2018

Real Monarchs SLC Snap Winless Run, Christian Pulisic expected to miss USMNT friendlies, Russian Spies Attack Antidoping Efforts and more

Italy v Poland - Futsal International Friendly Photo by Paolo Bruno/Getty Images

The Royal Family

  • Race to the MLS playoffs is in full swing (Deseret News)
  • Real Monarchs SLC Snap Winless Run, Down OKC Energy FC 2-1 (OSC)


  • Alphonso Davies youngest player in MLS history to tab 10 assists in season (MLS)
  • F.C. Cincinnati Fan Prepares For Major League Soccer By Complaining About Referees And League Structure (The Nutmeg News)
  • MLS Disciplinary Committee fines New England defender Andrew Farrell (MLS)
  • Jon Patricof won’t return as NYCFC president, will take club’s board (MLS)

Other US Leagues

  • Tampa Bay Rowdies Sale to MLB’s Rays Moving Forward (SSD)
  • El Paso Locomotive FC Rolls Into USL (USL)
  • 2018 USL Cup Scheduled for Nov. 8 (USL)


  • Christian Pulisic could be out at least 2-3 weeks with calf injury, expected to miss USMNT friendlies (CBS)
  • USMNT’s Weston McKennie calls Champions League goal ‘dream come true’ (Sporting News)
  • USMNT Depth Chart Series: Left Backs (Stars and Stripes)
  • USWNT all but ensures World Cup qualification with big win over Mexico (Yahoo)


  • Cristiano Ronaldo left off Portugal squad (Pro Soccer Talk)
  • The rules of futsal explained (FIFA)
  • What U.S. Prosecutors Say 7 Russian Spies Did to Attack Antidoping Efforts (New York Times)
  • Grass laid at Tottenham´s new stadium (Soccer News)
  • Karius makes another error as Besiktas lose in Europa League (Soccer News)