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Through TAM, New England were able to lock up Lee Nguyen at a much more tempting price than afforded previously.

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MLS:

The New England Revolution were able to craft a contract extension for Lee Nguyen by acquiring enough TAM resources.

Matching up MLS clubs to Game of Thrones houses hits all the tragic notes you would want it to- minus the Red Card Wedding.

Real Salt Lake could be looking across the Atlantic when it comes to transfers.

On the top of Matt Doyle's mind going into Week 3: Cyle Larin going above and beyond, the enigma of Colorado, and the Sporting Kansas City - Toronto FC matchup Sunday Evening.

Amobi Okugo reflects on developing his game in the Sacramento area, the Generation Adidas program, and how he's approaching his next opportunity.

United States:

The U-23 Men's National Team are hoping for success, but unsure what to expect, in their playoff with Colombia.

Niko Kranjcar has officially signed with the New York Cosmos, confirming the hints their manager had been dropping earlier in the week.

In the USL, we saw a couple of moves come to fruition prior to the start of the season: Chris Schuler is looking to get back to the top form we've been accustomed to by signing with the Real Monarchs, while T2 brought four players on to the team.

The World:

Following property seizure, Neymar was fined another significant amount today due to tax fraud in Brazil.

Due to a lack of marketplace support for the required hotel space following the tournament, Qatar is offering attendees the option to stay in desert camps during the 2022 World Cup.

Soccer was well represented at the recent Sloan Analytics Conference, where researchers continue to lay the groundwork for metrics and models that could fundamentally change how the game is seen, managed, and played.