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Major Link Soccer: Good-looking Yedlin

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The former Sounder is objectively one of the best-looking people on the planet.

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Seattle

As Sounders fans know well, DeAndre Yedlin has one of the world's most attractive faces. That's a good looking kid.

Anyone who witnessed the first half of the Seattle Seahawks match game Sunday morning saw what an NFL team does to a grass field. For other examples, see: Santa Clara, Chicago, Pittsburgh, Washington, etc.

Werder Bremen's sporting director thinks that Jordan Morris will sign with the German club. I think that their sporting director will fall off a roller coaster and break every bone in his body.

MLS

This whole "Suddenly Drogba is gone" thing is kind of screwing MLS and the Montreal Impact over, and Don Garber suspects that tampering may be involved.

We've reported individually on each of these rumors, but it appears that the LA Galaxy will imminently take on three new players with a combined age of 98.

A few of the whales who went in to buy the Sacramento Kings a few years ago are now owners of the Rochester Rhinos.

Organizers in Las Vegas think that what MLS needs more than anything else is another converted baseball field.

Another standout MLS contributor may be on the way to Europe; say goodbye to Vancouver Whitecaps midfielder Gershon Koffie.

US Soccer

The Morris situation* has driven a (possibly imagined) wedge between supporters of MLS and US Soccer. Brad Friedel thinks the idea that MLS is in the doghouse

*future ESPN talk show where Morris Claiborne and Morris Peterson spend 30 minutes yelling over each other?

But there are even more pressing issues at hand for international soccer in the Land of the Free: the youth tree still has its priorities all wrong.

While obviously not happy about his somewhat forced retirement, Eddie Johnson is still able to play on a case-by-case basis like in a recent Orlando-area charity match. The former Sounders striker is living in central Florida.

World

Chelsea notched an equalizer versus Everton when John Terry scored late, and he doesn't care whether or not the goal was offside.

Rafa Marquez enjoyed a raucous homecoming to Mexico's Atlas, but left with an injury as the team lost to Club America 3-0.