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Once at the top of Soccer leadership, Jack Warner now faces a $50 Million lawsuit.

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MLS:

When given an opportunity to hop on the Zlatan hype train, Bruce Arena simply let it pass.

Chris Wondolowski has signed a contract extension with the San Jose Earthquakes, nearly guaranteeing that he will ride into the sunset in the South Bay.

A player-by-player chart of MLS salaries shows the immense disparities teams must straddle as they build for success.

A visual history of the Timbers and Whitecaps crests shows both ends of a spectrum of consistency and medieval fonts.

Measuring proactivity amongst MLS teams passing and playing style reveal the Sounders to be more pedantic than pressing.

A long time controversy about a Timbers Army chant has resurfaced this week, with many fans calling for its end.

Soccer in the U.S. is trending upwards, and best believe many #brands are noticing.

The World:

The North and Central regions of FIFA are brining a $50 million lawsuit to one time vice-president Jack Warner, accusing him of using FIFA funding to develop his own real estate.

Barcelona fans will be allowed to bring pro-Catalan independence flags to the upcoming Copa Del Rey Final, after a judges ruling that to forbid them from the stadium would be an attack on free speech.

Joey Barton will be spending the weekend in Holland with Newcastle's junior team, after being denied a visa for the senior team's U.S. tour.

Sevilla's unconventional scouting system has lead to great success, but that does not mean it should be imitated so quickly.

United States:

As the U.S. Open Cup ramps up, it's important to get caught up on the intricate rules involved. This week: an in depth look at Cup Tied players.

U.S. Soccer development club South Charleston Battery will be suspending their operations for at least a year, due to being U.S. Soccer being unable to book game and practice fields with certainty.

Seattle:

A slideshow from the Seattle P.I, showcases the ridiculousness of women's sports apparel.

A friendly reminder for parents as the tryout season begins to ramp up.