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Freedom Kicks for 4 December 2014: D.C. United Stadium, Goalkeeper of the Year, MVP, and more!

We've got more stadium news, award gripes, and players both old and new.

Here we go, its a brand new day and we are almost to MLS Cup. Let's dive right in.

DC United's New Stadium Still Needs These Things to Happen | InTheCapital: The next steps in the D.C. United stadium process.

Goalkeeper of the Year award continues to elude RSL's Nick Rimando | The Salt Lake Tribune: The view from Salt Lake City on the Goalkeeper of the Year.

Sebastian Salazar | Comcast SportsNet Washington: Could the Capitol Soccer Show be coming back? Welcome back, Sebi!

Thomas Rongen returns to Tampa Bay as new Rowdies head coach - SaintPetersBlog: Everyone's favorite bow-tie wearing coach is back in business.

Chivas USA 2014 Player Postmortem: Thomas McNamara - The Goat Parade: Our friends at The Goat Parade take a look back on Thomas McNamara's abbreviated 2014 season.

DeRo show could be over in Toronto: We shall see if TFC tries to bring him back at a lower price point, or if this is the end for DeRo.

Galaxy's Robbie Keane named league MVP - LA Times: That was expected, despite Lee Nguyen's performance. Say, can they just play for it, double or nothing, at MLS Cup?

Wright-Phillips signed as a Designated Player - Once A Metro: We shall see how good he is without Thierry Henry at his side.

Vikings ready to spend more on stadium to snag pro soccer team | Minnesota Public Radio News: Hopefully the team won't call the league "MSL," unlike the Star-Tribune.

How Proactive is Your Favorite MLS Team? — American Soccer Analysis: Not that this is a surprise but D.C. United was a more reactive than proactive team this season.

That's all I have, what about you?