New England youth soccer requires safety strategy for pandemic that doesn\'t respect borders

From: news@socceramerica.com
Domain: IP info socceramerica.com
MX-server: IP info mail4.mediapost.com
Size: 37582 Bytes
Create: 2020-08-17
Update: 2020-08-17
Score: 1
Safe: Yes

Outbound domains: www.socceramerica.com |
Monday, Aug. 17, 2020 New England youth soccer requires safety strategy for pandemic that doesn't respect borders, and more.
Advertisement
Soccer America
Subscribe  |  Share »
New England youth soccer requires safety strategy for pandemic that doesn't respect borders
Results: Major League Soccer
Rose Lavelle is on the move
USL Championship: Jose Gallegos earns unbeaten San Antonio FC draw with stoppage-time goal
Monday morning: What we're reading (and listening to)
Advertisement
Watch: Sevilla knock Man United out of Europa League
Soccer America's 2020 Interviews: Insight from various levels
NWSL: Overseas moves
Yanks Abroad: Sunday, Aug. 16
Melizabeth Santos, mask-maker to frontline workers, combines passion for sewing and soccer
Sasho Cirovski on hopes for spring college soccer, players' key questions, and activism in sports
Sunday morning: What we're reading (and listening to)
Yanks Abroad: Saturday, Aug. 15
UEFA Champions League: Winners & Losers
Watch: How Manchester City lost to Lyon and Guardiola's reaction
NCAA's Board of Governors will meet on Aug. 21 to consider moving postponed fall championships to the spring
What They're Saying: Dr. Carlos del Rio
NISA reaches first amateur league affiliation with GCPL
Saturday morning: What we're reading (and listening to)
MLS Moves: All the summer window signings
Watch: Bayern Munich humiliate Barcelona
NCAA: No fall soccer championships
Threats to Reggie Cannon follow comments about booing at FC Dallas-Nashville SC game
Advertisement

© 2020 Soccer America, 145 Pipers Hill Road Wilton, CT 06897 USA

You are receiving this newsletter at dooge_alking@loan10.xyz as part of your membership with Soccer America. We welcome and appreciate forwarding of our newsletters in their entirety or in part with proper attribution. If this issue was forwarded to you and you would like to begin receiving a copy of your own, please visit socceramerica.com. For advertising opportunities see our online media kit.

If you'd rather not receive this newsletter in the future you may opt-out here.

 

Want to protect your real email from messages like this? Use TempM email and be more secure on the internet.