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D.C. United and MLS expansion: Freedom Kicks for 5 November 2015

MLS expansion moves ever forward.

Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

Hope you're enjoying this November heat wave, because it certainly won't last much longer.

Before Sunday playoffs match against New York Red Bulls, DC United supporters recall infamous snow game at Red Bull Arena | SIDELINE | As D.C. United goes back to New Jersey for the playoffs, take a walk down memory lane to 2012.

D.C. United to unveil new badge December 10 - Black And Red United: We broke the news yesterday that the new badge is coming on December 10.

Scorpions owner strikes deal with city, county and Spurs for Toyota Field - San Antonio Business Journal: San Antonio has bought the stadium for the San Antonio Scorpions of NASL from their owner and leased it to the San Antonio Spurs, who have the rights to a USL team in San Antonio. All of this is in anticipation of San Antonio eventually getting an MLS team. The fate of the Scorpions is currently unknown, but one rumor is that they might move to USL for a couple years until they become an MLS team.

NYCFC firing of Jason Kreis shows club has European mindset - Planet Futbol - For a second, when they hired Claudio Reyna and Jason Kreis, it looked like they might understand MLS. Nope.

Steven Gerrard set for amazing return to Liverpool after holding talks with Jurgen Klopp | Premier League | Sport | The Independent: Yes please, go away Stevie.

The MLS stars building schools in Sierra Leone | Football | The Guardian: Kei Kamara and Michael Lahoud doing good work in their home country.

DC United's Coach Is Backing This Defense-Focused Investment Firm | DC Inno: Ben Olsen: Head Coach and savvy investor?

That's all I have. What's up?