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Oh no, not CONCACAF...

The 41-country body could face disbandment if it fails to adopt meaningful reform.
The 41-country body could face disbandment if it fails to adopt meaningful reform.
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Posters by the People is back, people.


Prior to the reports on the sale of Obafemi Martins, MLS fans had counted themselves lucky to avoid any casualties to the cash-flush Chinese Super League in the latest transfer window. Now we have to wonder what the implications are of two leagues with antithetical growth philosophies competing for the same players.

Burgundy Wave was snubbed from Rapids Media Day this year, and they've published this open letter to their front office.

Yesterday was President's Day, so naturally the Atlanta United twitter account tweeted an image of Ronald Reagan in an AUFC scarf. The Nutmeg News was obliged to say something.

DC United officially unveiled their latest signing, 23-year-old attacking midfielder Luciano Acosta on a one-year loan with an option to buy. I can personally vouch from Football Manager experience that this guy is the real deal, and will perform extremely well for Swansea in 2021.

The New York Red Bulls are close to announcing the contract extension of fullback Kemar Lawrence to a "substantial pay raise."

There are rumors that there are multiple teams in the 2. Bundesliga that are interested in signing Montreal Impact goalkeeper Maxime Crépeau. The 21-year old HGP played for USL affiliate FC Montreal last season, and made his first senior team appearance for Canada against the USMNT last month.


CONCACAF could be on its last legs of existence if it fails to adopt meaningful corruption reform, according to the organization's own lawyers.

Liverpool's owners are intent on finding a path to a £2 million increase in gate revenue this season, but once again their supporters are having none of it.