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If one German lawyer has his way, Bayern Munich could be stricken from the official organization registry, erasing the club entirely.

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Seattle:

Our own Spenser Davis and Dave Clark were on 710 ESPN's inaugural Sound Stories episode.

The Sounders are teaming up with The UPS Store to collect books and funds for the Toys for Tots Program; learn how you can help here.

As the Seahawks return to CenturyLink this fall, take a look back at ten Seattle football stadiums that weren't meant to be.

MLS:

Landon Donovan's return has gone from speculation to the practice field this week.This comeback may signify that he has finally found inner peace. With his inner peace resolved, its time now to determine just how he can bring piece to a Galaxy attack in turmoil. While that is getting sorted, Landon still needs to take a look at his Amazon wishlist for his retirement tour remix.

Amidst the Landon Donovan return comes the news of an exodus, with Benny Feilhaber quickly approaching a move away from Sporting KC (and MLS entirely).

In case you needed more evidence that we are stuck in a recurring timeline, Ronaldinho is reportedly weighing MLS offers,  along with the China Super League.

The Sacramento MLS Stadium plans have received a facelift from their designers.

Minnesota United's SB Nation Blog, Land of 10k Takes, is in need of a manager.

Jamison Olave will miss a crucial tilt versus the Timbers this week, having been suspended for violent conduct.

USL:

In the midst of a push for an MLS team, Nashville's USL team is pushing forward (albeit with a name change).

The new owner of the OC Blues was once connected to an MLS ownership bid, back in 2007.

NWSL:

Following this week's match versus the Reign, the Washington Spirit players have issued a statement on the National Anthem's timing change.


The World:

After finding out they had secretly gifted themselves millions of dollars, FIFA is launching an ethics investigation against three former officials.

Bayern Munich hasn't faced stiff competition on the field in Germany of late, but a legal challenge off the field could erase their organization (and German soccer as we know it) entirely.

Amidst a boycott from their fans, Borussia Dortmund vow to press on this season.