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Major Link Soccer: Yedlin leaves match with injury

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Jordan Morris was the subject of this week's Analyst Den video (w/ Matthew Doyle.) Doyle delves into how Morris' game has changed since the start of the season. With four goals in his last four matches, Morris may be ready to carry the Sounders into the playoffs on his broad shoulders.

Read LAGConfidential's recap of the match here.

Two of Seattle's four goals are up for Goal of the Week.

The Washington Huskies knocked off crosstown rivals Seattle U 2-1 in a firecracker of a match. Goals midway through the first and second halves had Washington in the lead for nearly the whole match, but a red card to Henry Wingo and an 89th minute Seattle goal made things interesting.

Newcastle United started DeAndre Yedlin Saturday, and Yedlin reportedly played well... Until he twisted his ankle in the 75th minute. It remains to be seen whether the injury will keep him out for the club's Wednesday match.


Burgundy Wave wonders what would happen if one of their players decided to "Kaepernick" and protest the National Anthem.


The USL is changing their process for choosing the location of the league's Championship final, on the eve of the playoffs. As the current number one seed, Red Bulls II supporters are incredulous.


Without seemingly doing or accomplishing anything, FIFA's anti-racism task force has been disbanded. My theory: they realized there was nothing they could do to solve the problem, said "f*** it", and went home.

Wayne Rooney has long been one of the best strikers in the world, but Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho left Rooney on the bench for a 4-1 win over defending champions Leicester City.

Former New York Red Bull Matt Miazga got his first taste of Dutch football this weekend, coming off the bench for Vitesse's 2-1 loss to Twente.

Now THIS is how you get a crowd energized for a match:

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