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Major Link Soccer: The 2022 World Cup is Saved

Air conditioned helmets, Zach Scott on a road trip, and signs of boredom in San Jose

Clearly there can be no further concerns with the 2022 World Cup
Clearly there can be no further concerns with the 2022 World Cup


Apparently each player gets 24 hours with the cup. Zach Scott spent his day taking a road trip across the region with the cup in tow.

Sounders players just can't stop winning. Frei, Morris, and Roldan have all won the "highly coveted" MLS Soshi awards for their social media presence. Also, yesterday was #WrinkleWednesday


Will Johnson tried to get away from Seattle with his move to Toronto, but he couldn't escape so easily. He's now on his way to the furthest possible location with Orlando City SC.

Speaking of former Timbers, The Scottish Sun is reporting that Darlington Nagbe has nearly completed his move to Celtic. has been publishing a series of articles covering the cities contending for MLS expansion. The latest installment is a look at Sacramento, who is near the top of most lists.

The San Jose Earthquakes clearly have had far too much time on their hands.


Julian Green will be leaving Bayern Munich to join Stuttgart in the German second division.

US Soccer has announced yet another delay in their vote on who will be sanctioned as the US second division. The vote will not happen this year.


As anticipated, Chapacoense has now received the Copa Sudamericana trophy.

Now that Zlatan has officially conquered the English Premier League, there is probably nothing left but for him to move on to another new league.

Qatar has finally put all concerns to rest about their hosting the upcoming World Cup with their announcement of helmets with built in air conditioning.

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