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Major Link Soccer: MLS offseason officially begins, rosters unfreeze

With the culmination of the season on Sunday (was there a game?), MLS rosters unfroze on Monday, allowing teams to trade freely.

Lamar Neagle's rumored move to DC United was made official on Monday, with Seattle receiving GAM and TAM in return.
Lamar Neagle's rumored move to DC United was made official on Monday, with Seattle receiving GAM and TAM in return.
Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports

Seattle

B-Rad is being rad again, this time working with Seattle Humane's Animal People Can campaign along with his wife, Becky.

MLS

Today was the first official day of the MLS offseason, unfreezing rosters and revealing a handful of early trades; MLSsoccer's Trade Tracker has all the deets.

The Houston Dynamo just got more goal dangerous, trading general allocation money, target allocation money, and their 2016 1st Round SuperDraft pick for the Philadelphia Union's Andrew Wenger and Cristian Maidana.

Rebuild or win-now? With the season over, MLS clubs weigh how best to prepare for the 2016 season.

Turns out Shoreline-native George John was never a NYCFC player, despite the club selecting him in last year's expansion draft and listing him on the club's roster all season.

Galaxy forward Alan Gordon may be out of contract, but club president Chris Klein assures fans that the club is optimistic about finding a deal.

Starting to lose track of who's in and who's out in the MLS franchise sweepstakes? Here's a comprehensive look at the remaining contenders.

Adidas and MLS unveiled the new match ball for the 2016 MLS season, the NATIVO.

US

Manchester United are reportedly close to signing New York Red Bulls Academy product and USMNT prospect Matthew Olosunde.

World

The English season is about 40% complete, and Leicester City is leading the way. How is that possible?

The Sounders' CCL quarterfinal opponent Club America fell short in the Liga MX semifinals on Sunday despite winning 3-1, falling 4-3 on aggregate to Pumas. Coach Ignacio Ambriz is coming under fire for his tactical and personnel decisions after a 3-0 loss in the first leg at Estadio Azteca.

The FA Cup Third Round was drawn yesterday, marking the entry of Premier League teams into the field of 64.

US prosecutors leveled another round of bribery and corruption charges against 16 international soccer officials tied to a 1996 sponsorship deal between Nike and the Brazilian soccer federation.

Getting down on your hands and knees to score with your head on an empty net? Sure! The other team might take issue with it though.

Children across West Africa face another trafficking risk, posed by fake soccer academies and agents that move 15,000 children out of the region each year.

The Augsburg goalkeeper that tampered with the penalty spot over the weekend, causing his opponent to slip and miss the penalty, apologized today for the sabotage.

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