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Major Link Soccer: Beckerman sets new MLS mark for appearances

Oh, and Sepp Blatter might be out for five years.

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There's a pipeline of talent headed straight from the Puget Sound to the shores of the Australian Outback. In the latest episode of "Reign goes South," Keelin Winters scored in her first match for Western New York Flash Sydney Wanderers.

A 1-0 victory was all it took for Washington soccer to jump to second in the Pac-12 standings.


Welcome to the new fastest goal in MLS history.

Also a league record: Kyle Beckerman became the all-time league leader in appearances with his 379th game.

Freddy Adu reacts like anyone else when someone scores on him in FIFA three times with his own mediocre avatar.

Alicia Rodríguez has done the leg work to compare the MLS-USL affiliate clubs with their independent rivals.


The World's governing body for soccer may be willing to hand out an up to five year suspension for President Sepp Blatter. Which wouldn't even come out to a single day for each of the expected casualties of migrant immigrants in the building of Qatar's World Cup stadiums.

No one cared about anything in the Premier League outside of the début with Jorgen Klopp at Liverpool, but here's a pretty cool recap of the weekend that was anyway.

If you thought the microphone labels in post-match soccer interviews have changed rapidly over the last ten years, you'd be very observant and very right.

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