Erik ten Hag to take over Manchester United, Hernán Losada out at DC United

Footy Digest is a global roundup of the titles, stories and matches that make the beautiful game so beautiful.

Europe

• Welcome to the hot seat, Erik ten Hag: The Ajax coach has agreed to take over at Manchester United from the summer. What could go wrong? -The Guardian

Wait, you don’t know exactly what the Europa Conference League is? We neither; good thing Rory Smith is doing. -New York Times

• Do not forget that no good, terrible, horrible idea of ​​a Super League? We’re a year away from the tumult and here’s where things stand —ESPN

If Atalanta co-owner Stephen Pagliuca’s bid for Chelsea is successfulit could mean a partnership between the two teams – will bantamweight Atalanta run the show, or Super League side Chelsea? —90min

New York

• The New Jersey Red Bulls passed the test but barely, beating second-tier Hartford Athletic 2-1 in the US Open Cup. Now for fun: New Jersey will be in the NYCFC draw group for the Round of 16. —Once a subway

More news from Harrison: The Red Bulls are winless at home this season. —Once a subway

• NYCFC II picked up their first league victory in style, beating Inter Miami II 7-0. —Hudson River Blue

• New York City plummets. —Hudson River Blue

Gotham FC is good at merchandising. —Gotham FC

MLS

• It was a meltdown for the ages: DC United blew a two-goal lead in the final ten minutes of regulation time as Austin came back to win it 3-2 at the death. Ugly. —Solid black and red

Slow start for DC United sees head coach Hernán Losada lose his job: This disastrous performance against Austin helped him win the title of First Sacking of 2022. —Solid black and red

San Jose Earthquakes part ways with head coach Matias Almeyda. Was he pushed or did he jump? Hard to say. Like J. Sam Jones Put the“Good night, my handsome king who may be delirious.” —MLS.com

The NWSL Challenge Cup match between OL Reign and San Diego FC was a goal fest: Check out the amazing shots that decided the match. —All for XI

International

• As the Women’s Euro 2022 prepares to gain momentum, here is a ranked guide of all the teams who does a good job of handicapping suitors. —90 mins

Football

• The US Open Cup is good and pure fun—especially when the upheavals come: Congratulations, Northern Colorado Hailstorm for beating Reals Salt Lake and San Antonio FC for beating Austin FC. —MLS.com

Is this a “Golden Generation” for the USMNT? A friendly match against fellow World Cup participants Morocco in June, to be held in Cincinnati, might give us a clearer picture of what kids can do. -Stars and Stripes

Games to watch

Saturday April 23

Arsenal vs Manchester United (EPL), 7:30 a.m. ET – USA, TUDN

Inter against Rome (Series A), 12 p.m. ET — Paramount+

Bayern München vs Dortmund (Bundesliga), 12:30 p.m. ET — ESPN+, ESPN Reportes

Dallas vs. Houston (MLS), 3 p.m. ET — ESPN+, TUDN

sunday april 24

Chelsea vs. West Ham (EPL), 9 a.m. ET — USA, TUDN

liverpool vs. Everton (EPL), 11:30 a.m. ET — USA, TUDN

Lazio vs Milan (Serie A), 2:45 p.m. ET – Paramount+

NYCFC vs. FCToronto (MLS), 5 p.m. ET — YES, ESPN+

tuesday 26 april

Manchester City vs. real Madrid (Champions League), 3 p.m. ET — Paramount+, CBS, TUDN

Wednesday April 27

Liverpool vs. Villarreal (Champions League), 3 p.m. ET — Paramount+, CBS, TUDN

Pumas vs Seattle Sounders (CONCACAF Champions League), 10:30 p.m. ET – FS1

Thursday April 28

Man United v Chelsea (EPL), 2:45 p.m. ET — Paramount+, TUDN

RB Leipzig vs Rangers (Europa League), 3 p.m. ET — Paramount+, TUDN

West Ham vs Frankfurt (Europa League), 3 p.m. ET — Paramount+, TUDN

Feyenoord vs. Marseille (Europa Conference League), 3 p.m. ET – Paramount+

Leicester vs. Roma (Europa Conference League), 3 p.m. ET — Paramount+

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