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Major Link Soccer: Dynamo Moscow Relegated, van Gaal out

Big shakeups across Europe as the Winter schedule comes to a close

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Still in what's thought of as the prime of a professional sporting career, Dani Foxhoven has hung up her cleats. Foxhoven showed up to last week's Seattle Reign-Portland Thorns match to cheer on two of her former clubs.


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The Timbers Army's "Mars Attacks" tifo inspired their club to a 4-2 win with a pair of PKs.


The USA looks poised for a strong Copa America performance after a 3-1 friendly victory over Puerto Rico.

A 15-year old Oregonian won this year's Sueno MLS.


Louis van Gaal says his time with Manchester United is "over," after reports of player mutiny and replacement with Jose Mourinho made his sacking seem inevitable.

To make up for subpar performance, United is expected to sign Zlatan. He supposedly wants to play in MLS, but a United bid may be too much to turn up.

Brad Guzan might be following Tim Howard back to MLS.

After nearly a century at the top of Russia's soccer pyramid, Dynamo Moscow has been relegated for the 2016-2017 season.

Rangers won the Scottish Cup for the first time since Earth's oldest living human was three years old, but the accomplishment was marred by fan violence. Next year the club will return to Scotland's top level for the first time since liquidation in 2012.

After the well-publicized sale of Aston Villa, their Supporter's Trust is nowhere to be found.

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