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Major Link Soccer: United States on verge of being a great soccer power

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At least that is according to FIFA president Gianni Infantino.

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MLS/USL

North Texas Soccer Club held a clinic for Arlington ISD at Globe Life Park in Arlington today - the stadium to which they are moving in 2020 - and it gave us a chance to get a sneak peek of the construction progress and how it will set up for football. A sneak peek at Globe Life Park's soccer set up for North Texas SC - 3rd Degree

Peoria Unveiled as Newest League Two Expansion Club

USA

A vote in April will determine whether collegiate soccer will expand its season through both semesters to eliminate midweek games and help pro development. NCAA D1 soccer to vote on expanded season - ProSoccerTalk | NBC Sports

Gianni Infantino said that the U.S. is “on the verge of becoming a great soccer power” during a dinner hosted by Donald Trump on Tuesday night. FIFA president Infantino says U.S. will become the soccer power of the world

Josh Gatt had a bright career ahead for club and the USMNT, but four knee surgeries later, many of those doors are closed. But he is not giving up. Josh Gatt isn't giving up on soccer, even if soccer seems to be giving up on him

World

David de Gea has suffered a difficult season at Manchester United, but could his replacement be found in on-loan Dean Henderson? Is Dean Henderson Destined To Replace David De Gea At Manchester United?

The likes of Nigeria and Senegal are in World Cup qualification groups they should easily win... But hubris could see a giant come crashing down. 2022 World Cup draw Some 'easy' groups await Africa's giants, but they must beware overconfidence

Manchester United remain supportive of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, but could Sunday’s FA Cup tie be his last match in charge? Ole Gunnar Solskjaer: Could Sunday's FA Cup tie be his last match as Manchester United boss? - BBC Sport

Four Iranian clubs who threatened to boycott this year’s Asian Champions League after their games were moved out of the country for security reasons have made a u-turn and avoided severe punishments. Iran: Clubs back down on Asian champions League boycott - BBC Sport

16-year-old being looked at by Manchester United. Man United eye Birmingham teenager Bellingham for £25m - sources