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Or Argentina did, not sure. MLS is tied to a bunch of different European based players

Scotland v Argentina: Group D - 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup France Photo by Richard Heathcote/Getty Images

Seattle

La Cabaña Is Seattle's Central American Food Hub | Seattle Magazine
A Greenwood restaurant acts as a community hub for local Central Americans craving a taste of home

Women’s World Cup

I was punished for calling Sweden cowards, but now rawness is accepted | Hope Solo | Football | The Guardian
I did not express myself well after USA’s loss to Sweden at the Rio 2016. But US Soccer made sure it exploited my comments for its own ends

Don’t blame VAR for Women’s World Cup penalty controversies – it’s the new rules that are the problem | FourFourTwo
Retaken penalties have reignited debate over the use of video replays in football. But the truth is that has nothing to do with it

Women's World Cup: Scotland 3-3 Argentina - Shelley Kerr bemoans officiating - BBC Sport
Shelley Kerr says Scotland suffered from "really, really poor" refereeing in the draw with Argentina that cost them the chance of a Women's World Cup last-16 place.

Women's World Cup: Scotland players in tears after loss
Scottish players burst into tears in heartbreaking scenes.

Women's World Cup: Goalkeepers and VAR taking center stage in France - CNN
Talking to the BBC at half-time with his side 1-0 up, England coach Phil Neville said that his team was facing the best goalkeeper at the Women's World Cup. The evidence over 90 minutes to back up the Englishman's claim was compelling.

Argentina Stuns Scotland in 2019 World Cup - The Ringer
There have been some cruel replay decisions at the World Cup. On Wednesday, Scotland crashed out of the tournament after losing a 3-0 lead.

US Open Cup

Saint Louis FC Books Place in Quarterfinals with Late Winner over Cincinnati

NM United upsets FC Dallas, 2-1 | KOB 4
New Mexico United took on FC Dallas Wednesday.

D.C. United knocked out of U.S. Open Cup after 2-1 loss to NYCFC - Black And Red United
United couldn’t manage a first half lead, falling meekly to the Pigeons

Revolution 1, Orlando 2: Lions tame Revs in USOC Round of 16. - The Bent Musket
The Revs fall in extra time.

MLS

Report: Genk winger Dieumerci Ndongala to heading to MLS or Beskitas | MLSsoccer.com

Revolution reap the benefits of Arena's liberated approach, winning mindset | MLSsoccer.com

Sources: Atleti's Juanfran wanted by MLS club
Atletico Madrid's Juanfran is wanted by MLS expansion franchise Nashville SC as well as Brazilian duo Corinthians and Sao Paulo, sources tell ESPN.

Report: Malmo midfielder Anders Christiansen has MLS interest | MLSsoccer.com

Referees accosted after Columbus Crew game | Pro Soccer USA
As Crew players swarmed the officials after a controversial ending to US Open Cup game against Atlanta, fans threw items on the field and shouted obscenities.

USA

USL in San Diego: Landon Donovan, Warren Smith pair to start team | SI.com
An unlikely tandem with plenty in common is bringing pro soccer back to San Diego–and there won't be any politicking necessary to push this bid over the finish line.

Baseball team plans to solve DB Cooper mystery | MLB.com
Jon Ryan's Portland Pickles are going to solve the PNW's greatest mystery.

World

Manslaughter arrest over Sala’s death – ProSoccerTalk
A man has been arrested on suspicion of "manslaughter by an unlawful act" following Sala's death in January.

After defeat to Mexico, Cuba suffer another jolt as midfielder Yasmany Lopez defects
One of Cuba's most experienced players, Lopez made his debut in a Gold Cup clash against Belize in 2013.

Sources: Utd frustrate Palace over Wan-Bissaka
Crystal Palace are growing frustrated with Manchester United as talks continue over the signing of Aaron Wan-Bissaka, sources have told ESPN FC.

Fifa Secretary General Samoura in line for Africa role - BBC Sport
Fifa and Caf are considering appointing Fifa General Secretary Fatma Samoura as a 'High Commissioner for Africa' in light of recent governance issues on the continent.

Paul Scholes: Ex-Man Utd midfielder fined £8,000 for breaking betting rules - BBC Sport
Former England and Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes is fined £8,000 after admitting breaking Football Association betting rules.