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Major Link Soccer: The Day Before MLS Cup

When the libraries are in a ruckus, you know the hype is real.

Jason Mowry-USA TODAY Sports

MLS:

Orlando City Midfielder Darwin Cerén beat out some impression competition to win Latino del Año.

ESPN FC weigh in on the MLS Cup favorite, and why the final isn't played in a neutral site.

For those visiting Columbus this weekend or in the future, here's a definitive visitors guide.

Social Media sporting fights are one of my favorite things, even when they are very quiet

David Beckham's Miami ownership group has acquired a stadium site, and no this is not 2010.

As NYCFC's roster moves are finalized, Ned Grabavoy is now a free agent.

Red Bulls' Kemar Lawrence could head to Reading.

Someone in MLS should sign this guy. He's good, relatively cheap and playing in Colombia. That sound familiar.

MLSsoccer.com got a make-over and this is how and why it was done. Schlosser is their head of technology.

Columbus Crew SC is growing grass even though it's is Ohio's dormant season.

The World:

In a story he did not get from The Onion, Jack Warner believes the U.S. will run the table against FIFA.

A frontline report on one man's journey to see Lionel Messi in person tells us about the value of seeing greatness live.

Denis Cheryshev speaks out on his bizarre Copa Del Rey incident, saying he was never informed of his status.

It isn't FIFA Street, but it looks like someone is working on a new futsal/street hybrid video game.

People in Manchester are crazy enough to think that if Santa wears red it means he supports United. This guy wears red and blue because people in Manchester are crazy.

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