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Major Link Soccer: Is Rooney’s time at Manchester United over?

Will the Manchester United captain leave and to where?

Ajax v Manchester United - UEFA Europa League Final Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images


Portland can’t catch a break and, while you don’t want a player injured, the Timbers having defense problems is cool. Liam Ridgewell is out six to eight more weeks after a setback in his recovery.

New England Revolution and Federal Way native forward Kelyn Rowe has to commute just like everyone else, except most of us don’t commute with a Boston Globe writer noting everything we do.


As NWSL teams start developing players it will eventually require a rule change, specifically a homegrown player rule of their own.

This letter to the editor at Nutmeg News (so yes, not real news) details the massive problem in soccer and is probably mocking a Los Dos players post-game tweet after losing 9-0 about... roster construction?

A Klinsmann is getting a call in Germany and making a “good impression”; it’s not Jurgen going back to coach, though - it’s Jonathan at Hertha Berlin.


Barcelona offers a way to resell seats when you can’t go, but fans may have not gotten all the money they were owed for doing it. There were some “anomalies” in the system.

Wayne Rooney may leave United after all, but, instead of China, it’ll be his boyhood club, Everton.

How players have hit the ball has had to change because you can “strike it too well” in this day and age. The evolution of the soccer ball has made “poor striking” better.

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