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Arsene Wenger’s future could play a part in the future of MLS.

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Seattle

Jordan Morris is already an imposing FIFA character, but his Mobile Golden Egg self is even stronger than you could possibly imagine.

Despite a rough go of late, the Sounders remain in the top half of MLS Power Rankings, on average.

The move to Tacoma for S2 will be a huge positive for Tacoma soccer fans, but a 5,000 seat soccer stadium is a pretty big hurdle remaining to be cleared.

MLS

If you’re looking to catch up on all facets of MLS Expansion sites, The Blue Testament has you covered.

Bastian Schweinsteiger has been a strong contributor for the Chicago Fire this season, which inevitably leads to him needing to explore the struggles he faced at Manchester United.

With Week 11 marking the season’s quarter month, Matt Doyle looks at the first quarter’s Best XI.

MLS fans come together every week to support their team, but this week Colorado Rapids fans stood together for something bigger than sports.

Brooks Lennon is seizing his first pro first-team minutes with Real Salt Lake, which has been set up by his experience at Liverpool.

United States

In a very busy month for Soccer on TV, the usual suspects dominated United States fans interests, with the latest iteration of El Clasico being the most viewed match of the month.

In an effort to improve their TV numbers, MLS executives are looking into truly groundbreaking strategies to improve their TV ratings in the US.

Los Angeles Galaxy midfielder Baggio Husidic escaped war-torn Bosnia during his childhood. Now, he wants the same chance for Syrian refugees.

Mal Pugh’s budding professional career has been a roller-coaster before it even starts, but that turmoil looks to be ending in Washington DC.

While her professional team remains to be determined, Mallory Pugh’s sponsorship team will be based in Beaverton, Oregon.

A U.S. Open Cup match was delayed by a pitch invader who just wanted her kids to get to bed peacefully at 8pm.

U.S. international full back Fabian Johnson signed an extension with Borussia Monchengladbach, keeping him in Germany through 2020.

The drama between Tab Ramos and Schalke’s reported refusal to accommodate U.S. U-20 World Cup call-ups continues to swirl, with Schalke now saying they’re 'surprised' by the allegations.

The Fort Lauderdale Strikers turmoil continues to be at the forefront of the NASL, with the league now suing ownership.

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The World

Tottenham fans had quite the farewell party for White Hart Lane, what with getting the opportunity to touch the pitch one last time, and a rainbow coming out over the top of the park.

Chivas and Club Tijuana advanced to the semifinals of the 2017 Clausura with quarterfinal victories on Sunday.

Arsenal’s Chief Executive Ivan Gazidis is currently in a power struggle with Arsene Wenger, which could potentially lead to him taking over for Don Garber, per a source.

As the Canadian Premier League gets closer to kicking off, Waking The Red provides a CPL primer.

FC Barcelona has announced that they will be the first European club to have a developmental team in the NWSL.

Mondays can be tough, but not as tough as this Candian Championship goalkeeping gaffe.

FIFA has trumpeted changes to their behavior with new president Gianni Infantino, but Prince Ali says nothing has changed since the Blatter era. Part of this behavior can be seen in their direct support of the Syrian government using soccer to oppress.

Manchester United’s dull 1-1 result versus Celta Vigo was livened up by a red card party fraught with face-clawing.