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Philadelphia Union News

Philadelphia Union II Add Defender Hugo Le Guennec to MLS NEXT Pro Roster
Le Guennec, 23, appeared in 48 matches (46 starts) in his four years at Rutgers University. During his time as a Scarlet Knight, Hugo’s performances on the field have earned him several accolades, including being named to the 2019 Big Ten All-Freshman team, a selection to the 2022 Top Drawer Soccer National Team of the Week, and an All-Big Ten Second Team pick.

US Soccer News

26-player USWNT roster named for April friendlies
The two matches are the final ones for the USWNT before the 23-player World Cup roster is named in late June.

Ricardo Pepi and U.S. Soccer’s recruitment team won international break, but who were its losers?
Given the sizable talent discrepancy in both matches, two wins was the overwhelming expectation, but it was still a valuable pair of games as the team begins the new World Cup cycle in earnest.

Concacaf News

Panama, Canada qualify for CNL Finals
Canada and Panama join the United States and Mexico as the teams qualified for the CNL Finals.

Guatemala, Nicaragua qualify for 2023 Gold Cup
Nicaragua and Guatemala join Cuba, Haiti, Canada, Costa Rica, Honduras, United States, Mexico, El Salvador, Panama, Jamaica and invited nation Qatar as teams that will participate in this summer’s tournament.

 

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