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Freedom Kicks: D.C. United links for April 16, 2013

Daily D.C. United links, today on photo shoots, the new stadium, gay slurs, bottle-throwing and NWSL.

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Happy Tuesday, folks. The top story on D.C. United's website is an article with tweets from players that they sent out during a photo shoot. Yeah, no one wants to talk about that Red Bulls game at all.

Tweet Tweet: D.C. United at the Capitol | D.C. United

Look at how special we are.

D.C. remains front-runner but Maryland back in picture for proposed United stadium | Washington Post

Got to keep your options open. If the Maryland stadium is on Metro and helps the team make money, I ain't even mad.

D.C. United vs. Red Bulls: A view from the stands | CSN Washington

In case you're newish and not terribly familiar with the Barra.

Seattle Sounders coach Sigi Schmid on team's struggles: "We haven't found any consistency" | Major League Soccer

Maybe you should stop getting rid of good players and replacing them with inferior players?

BottleGate: My View From The Beer Garden | Big D Soccer

Some drunk guy, who was otherwise pleasant, just snapped? Okay.

The FA need to revisit their rules for retroactive punishment | SB Nation

But they won't.

Alan Gordon gets caught using gay slur, apologizes | SB Nation

And that'll probably cost him some money.

Three good questions with NWSL director Cheryl Bailey | Pro Soccer Talk

The crowd at the KC game was really awesome, if you didn't get to catch it.

Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross attracts eight top teams to summer knockout tournament in US | The Score

Get money, get paid.