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Major Link Soccer: MLS Draft season ends next week

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Get caught up on all things mock draft and combine before the clock turns on.

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Major League Soccer:

Before joining MLS, will Minnesota United be forced to change its name in perhaps the only location where it makes a lot of sense?

Everything you need to know about how the MLS Schedule comes together each year.

Get ready for the upcoming MLS Draft with a nice, big, board. And after reading that, see where those prospects will end up in this latest Mock Draft.

Take a look from the players perspective at the intense sacrifice that goes into making your dreams happen at the MLS Combine.

You can't watch the combine live, but MLS is releasing some short highlight packages from the scrimmages so you can catch a glimpse of your favorite hype train in action.

MLS coaches aren't the only ones attending combines this time of year, New Minnesota United manager Carl Craig is looking to add youth and quickness to his roster.

In a survey of their favorite MLS Players, Seba Giovinco ran away with the top spot, with Deuce representing the Sounders.

Every MLS Crest ever:

World:

Canada's five professional soccer clubs will battle it out, as they always do, in the Amway Canadian Championships. A trip to CONCACAF Champions League is on the line, and the schedule is all set. Vancouver Whitecaps will defend their title through a series of home-and-home competitions.

Yaya Toure is not a happy man after being snubbed again for Confederation of African Football player of the year award again (it went to Dortmund's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang instead). Calling it "the shame of Africa" might be a bit strong, though.

Freddie Ljungberg is taking a stab at a coaching career, starting out with the Arsenal U-15's.

Panama and Haiti managed to play their way into the Copa America Centenario.

FIFA presidential candidate thinks that FIFA isn't getting enough from American lawyers and consultants that FIFA hired.

NBA sharpshooter Stephen Curry has a shin contusion, so he's taking a cue from soccer and wearing plastic shinguards. He says he's bringing out his "Messi mindset."