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Major Link Soccer: Where in MLS is Juan Quintero signing?

The Colombian is rumored to MLS, but we’re not sure where. Also some great stories about sports losses as a child.

USA v Colombia: Round of 16 - FIFA U-20 World Cup New Zealand 2015 Photo by Hagen Hopkins/Getty Images


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Juan Quintero is tied to MLS again, and this time it’s with Chicago Fire. The Fire seem to be doing something right, we’ll see if they’ve got the allocation money to buy down David Accam and get the deal done.

Hot Time in Old Town are less bullish on the rumor and, while it appears Quintero is heading to MLS, it might not be Chicago. I’d like him in Seattle, though after yesterday’s comments on James and his signing, this means that he’ll sign with Bayern instead.

It’s not the most detailed review, but if you want to know about all the options of soccer in New York (not New Jersey), and how they compare, an NYT reporter has you covered.

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Klinsmann’s German trial was a success and now he’s got a new job. Oh, it’s Jonathan and not Jurgen, and it’s at Hertha Berlin.

SBNation writers summed up their worst loss as a child in sports, and there are some pretty good stories in here. If you feel like sharing yours, please do.


Frank Lampard has a lot of money and in turn owns a lot of houses. One of those pads is rented to a... just read the article because it’s funny and leaves me without words.

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