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Major Link Soccer: More FIFA arrests loom

FIFA appears to be running out of corners to back into.

We're so boned, Putin
We're so boned, Putin
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The World

US Attorney Loretta Lynch continued her hard charge into the wrong doings of FIFA, stating today that she "anticipates pursuing additional charges against individuals and entities," potentially including Sepp Blatter.

Meanwhile, the financial consulting firm for FIFA seems to have missed their opportunity to call out their corruption, according to a former U.S. Attorney.

Good news out of England, as all Premier League teams have agreed to make their stadiums more accessible to disabled patrons by 2017.

This here is a fascinating look into the effectiveness of Measuring Defensive Contribution using analytics.


During their match versus the New England Revolution, Toronto FC fans had a "Refugees Welcome" taken down by BMO Field Security. Security cited that they could not hold a banner if they were not in the supporters section.

United States

Some are wondering how positional wanderer Darlington Nagbe could fit into perpetual tinkerer Jurgen Klinnmsman's side, now that he has his United States citizenship in hand.

Expansion continues in the PDL, with the city of Kokomo, Indiana joining the fray in 2016.

Former Sacramento FC wizard Preki Radosavljevic is forming a fellowship with Milan Mandaric in hopes of landing his next job.

Here is to hoping that you are crushing your Tuesday like this College Hockey Goalie crushed this beer.

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