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Ruidiaz’s ex wants him back, Wales well represented in the Champion’s League Final(s), and more

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Seattle

Morelia is supposedly willing to pay $10 million for Ruidaiz - libero.pe
Simply put, this ain't happening.

MLS

Brad Friedel Relieved of Duties as New England Revolution Head Coach | New England Revolution

Portland Timbers supporters to join Whitecaps protest walkout Friday | CBC News
Fans from both teams will leave their seats in the 35th minute of the Vancouver-Portland MLS match at B.C. Place to protest the Whitecaps handling of a 10-year-old scandal.

World Soccer

1921: The Year When Football Banned Women - History Extra
In the early 20th century, women's football grew almost as quickly as the men's game, and reached new heights when the nation's men left for the First World War.

Beckham handed six month driving ban for using phone behind wheel
David Beckham has been banned from driving for six months for using a mobile phone while behind the wheel of his Bentley.

Dorados confident of retaining Diego Maradona
Dorados have confirmed that they are interesting in extending the contract of manager Diego Maradona for one more year.

Barcelona confirm Luis Suarez to undergo knee surgery - Barca Blaugranes
Maybe Barcelona will be inclined to let him go...

Robert Lewandowski discusses MLS and American cities ahead of summer visit - Bavarian Football Works
Oh really?!?

How Much Would It Cost to Watch the Champions League Final Live? - The Liverpool Offside
Unless you’ve been a regular at away days in Europe this season, you might be out of luck.

Wales' Ben Davies and Jess Fishlock set to join Champions League elite - BBC Sport
Tottenham's Ben Davies and Jess Fishlock, of Lyon, are poised to join the list of Welsh players who have played in Champions League finals.

I thought the main issue in women's sports was equal pay. I was wrong | The Guardian
We are told female athletes are paid less than men because they generate less money. But that will always be the case if women’s sports aren’t marketed properly.