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- Dell Loy Hansen was also critical of protests against racism
- ‘I recognize that at times I have spoken too quickly’
Real Salt Lake owner Dell Loy Hansen will sell his teams in the wake of reports that he made racist comments, Major League Soccer said on Sunday.
Hansen’s Utah Soccer Holdings includes his MLS club, the Utah Royals of the National Women’s Soccer League and the United Soccer League’s Real Monarchs.Continue reading...
Toronto FC captain Michael Bradley explained his decision to stand as the Canadian national anthem played before Friday's MLS game in Montreal.
Real Salt Lake owner Dell Loy Hansen has taken a leave of absence as MLS investigates claims he used racist language in front of his employees and others.
Bob Bradley and Mark-Antony Kaye both spoke candidly about Real Salt Lake owner Dell Loy Hansen and called for MLS to take action.
The league announced the investigation after Real Salt Lake owner Dell Loy Hansen criticized protesters and was accused of racism.
NBA and MLB players who sat out Wednesday deserve respect. But don't undersell what MLS athletes, many of who earn less than $100K per year, did by protesting.
Real Salt Lake owner Dell Loy Hansen is in hot water after scrutinizing his team's decision not to play amid racial injustice protests.
Games across US leagues been called off as athletes protest against racial injustice following the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Wisconsin last week.
Three NBA play-off games, two Major League Baseball matches, three WNBA fixtures and five MLS games were postponed after player-led actions in response to the shooting of Blake and the civil unrest that has followed.
Naomi Osaka also withdrew from the Western & Southern Open in solidarity with the protests.Continue reading...
- Major League Soccer joins NBA and MLB in calling games off
- Boycotts follow police shooting of Jacob Blake in Wisconsin
Five Major League Soccer matches were postponed Wednesday night as players made a collective statement against racial injustice. The action came amid a wave of boycotts in US sports, with NBA play-off games, baseball and tennis matches all called off in protest over the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Wisconsin on Sunday.
Atlanta United v Inter Miami, FC Dallas v Colorado, Portland v San Jose, Real Salt Lake v LAFC, LA Galaxy v Seattle were all called off as players decided not to take part in solidarity. The lone match played was between Orlando City and Nashville SC.Continue reading...