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Major Link Soccer: Eric Wynalda returns to coaching

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Wynalda is looking to stir up this year's open cup with another Southern California coaching stint.

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United States:

One-time manager of the Cal FC cinderella story, Eric Wynalda is out to make another upset happen in the 2017 U.S. Open Cup, taking the helm of L.A. Wolves FC in the PSL.

As the team returns to a manager from MLS, Jonathan Tannewald reminds us that the USMNT's fate rests on MLS being able to continually develop American players.

USL VP of Competition Gordon Bengtson is hoping make the league more competitive than ever next season, and it starts at elevating the league's coaches' education level.

The World:

Some Borussia Dortmund fans had rough intentions for an upcoming fixture at Darmstadt, with roughly 90 riot gear clad Dortmund supporters prevented from traveling to the match.

Bundesliga 2 club FC Pauli has issued a statement hoping that Under Armor Founder Kevin Plank would reconsider his recent statement regarding Donald Trump.

Several members of Rangers' coaching staff (including manager Mark Warburton) have resigned from their posts.

The city of Edmonton recently put a 10,000 seat stadium project on hold, but an upcoming citizen's panel may put the project (and a bid for the 2026 Commonwealth Games) back on the table.

Seattle:

South Sound FC's adult team is merging with the youth team Washington Premier FC, which will bring South Sound soccer talent of all ages under one crest.