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Major Link Soccer: Alphonso Davies headed to Bayern Munich

PRO admits they are wrong; again, LAFC hikes ticket prices and more.

MLS: Vancouver Whitecaps at D.C. United Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports


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PRO Admits Awarding Penalty to Columbus Crew Was a Mistake - The Mane Land
The Professional Referee Organization has told us what we already knew on Saturday.

LAFC hike tickets because some seats “mistakenly, woefully underpriced” - Angels on Parade
You may need to break into your piggy bank to keep up.

Whitecaps FC agree to MLS record-breaking transfer of Homegrown midfielder Alphonso Davies to Germany's most storied club FC Bayern Munich | Vancouver Whitecaps FC

What is Worse Than Fan Anger? Fan Apathy - Eighty Six Forever
In response to the Vancouver Whitecaps play over the past few seasons, a new attitude has set in among casual and die-hard fans: Apathy. This new reaction is far worse than the anger that fans have expressed previously, as it highlights their feeling of being detached from the club they love so much.

Farewell from Total MLS — Total MLS
When Total MLS was created 7.5 years ago, we never could have imagined the fun we’d have. We started TMLS as a voice for the fans. While we never got to where we wanted to be, I am extremely proud of the work we did and what we accomplished.

Tomás Martínez red card turning point in Houston Dynamo loss to the Philadelphia Union
The Dynamo fell at home to the Philadelphia Union 1-3 with much of the conversation centered on a questionable red card to Tomás Martínez.

D.C. United fall 1-0 to RBNY in first installment of the 2018 Atlantic Cup
BWP scored early in the win for the Red Bulls


Inaugural U.S. Soccer Hackathon Brings Together Data and the Beautiful Game - U.S. Soccer
As the 2018 World Cup drew to a close on the other side of the planet, U.S. Soccer hosted its inaugural U.S. Soccer Hackathon on July 14-15 in Chicago. The free event at 1871 - Chicago's Center for Technology and Entrepreneurship was the first soccer-specific hackathon to take place in North America. Engineers, developers, data scientists, and students from across the country gathered in a world-class work space to develop solutions for soccer industry problems, and share ideas to push the sport forward from commercial and soccer standpoints.

Colorado Springs’ City of Champions Project Moves Forward


Concacaf Names Karina LeBlanc Head of Concacaf Women’s Football
The Confederation has hired the former Canadian international to lead its efforts to strengthen and grow the women’s game throughout the Concacaf region.

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