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The Frenchman will decide in September and Wayne Rooney says DC is getting respect

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Seattle

Ray of Light - Seattle University
Jessie Ray scored two goals and assisted on another as Seattle University women's soccer beat Eastern Washington, 3-0, Monday afternoon.

Seattle’s future hockey hub? Inside the big money — and community — of NHL practice facilities | The Seattle Times
Amid a lack of indoor ice rinks nationwide, NHL teams — including a group looking to secure a Seattle franchise — are increasingly building and planning luxury practice facilities geared toward public use.

MLS

Team of the Week presented by Audi: Jefferson Savarino stuns in Week 25 | MLSsoccer.com

What's at stake on the field in the 2018 Heineken Rivalry Week | MLSsoccer.com

LA Galaxy looking for answers after defeat in Seattle: "There’s nothing we’re not going to look at. We’ll look at everything" | LA Galaxy

Wayne Rooney: DC United starting to earn more respect around the league | MLSsoccer.com

Josef Martinez eyes outright goal record as teammates hail "best-ever" year | MLSsoccer.com

North America

European Soccer Is Loaded With American Kids Ready To Tear Shit Up
American wonderteen Christian Pulisic will begin his march to the 2019 Ballon d’Or this weekend when Borussia Dortmund open their Bundesliga season against RB Leipzig. It’s hard to believe that Pulisic is still only 19, since he’s already got two stellar seasons at Dortmund under his belt and is the constant subject of transfer rumors linking him to some of the biggest clubs in the world. New boss Lucien Favre is rather fond of young hotshot attackers, and all signs from the preseason point to him pushing Pulisic into a major role this year.

No, Indoor Soccer Did Not Outdraw The NBA For Four Straight Years Back In The Day – kenn.com blog

Blind soccer kicking off in Ottawa | CBC News
Blind soccer is kicking off in Ottawa, and it's making a lot of noise.

Namazi Calls in 24 Players for Pair of U-18 Matches vs. Costa Rica - U.S. Soccer
U.S. Under-18 Men’s National Team head coach Omid Namazi has called in 24 players to take part in an eight-day domestic training camp from Feb. 4-12 in Orlando, Fla., featuring two games against their counterparts from Costa Rica.

Carlos Queiroz a contender for Mexico job but talks yet to take place - sources
http://www.espn.com/soccer/mexico/story/3602421/carlos-queiroz-a-contender-for-mexico-job-but-talks-yet-to-take-place-sources?platform=amp&__twitter_impression=true

World

Manchester United haven't discussed replacing Jose Mourinho with Zinedine Zidane - sources
Sources have told ESPN FC that executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward remains confident -- for now -- that the Portuguese can turn things around.

Report: Woodward to appoint director of football at Manchester United – ProSoccerTalk
The Manchester Evening News reports that Woodward is eager to get himself out of "the firing line."

WATCH: Son sends South Korea to Asian Games knockout rounds – ProSoccerTalk
The Tottenham forward will lead his team against Iran in Wednesday's Round of 16.

Wenger: I’ll decide my future in September – ProSoccerTalk
In an interview in France, Wenger said he would make up his mind next month.

Salah sets table as Liverpool tops 10-man Palace – ProSoccerTalk
James Milner converted a Mohamed Salah-won penalty kick, and Liverpool held off pesky 10-man Crystal Palace.