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Recaps of the great unpleasantness, looking forward to caps, and Bond villains laughing.

So, rip off the bandaid, right?

Recaps of D.C. United's playoff elimination at the hands of the New York Red Bulls by us (with more from us here), MLS (with more from Pablo here), the Washington PostSports Illustrated. and the team quote sheet. Once A Metro has things from the Dirty Jerz.

Bill Hamid named to the U.S. men's national team roster for World Cup Qualifiers - Black And Red United: At least Bill Hamid has something to do in the near future, right?

D.C. United's Alvaro Saborio called up by Costa Rica for upcoming World Cup qualifiers - Black And Red United: At least Alvaro Saborio has something to do in the near future, right?

Best Goals in CONCACAF Champions League Group Play: So you know how MLS has a voting thing for Goals of the Year and Taylor Kemp and Nick DeLeon were in it? Well, Miguel Aguilar is in the CCL one, and you should vote. What else are you going to do?

Miguel Aguilar ’14 Grew Up Poor and Undocumented, but Was Determined to Live the American Dream: Speaking of Aguilar, he speaks about his origins and college experience with said school.

D.C. United is changing its logo - The Washington Post: On Friday, Goff expanded on our story from Wednesday, but the hidden nugget here is the season ticket holder number. We may rant about this later, but if you want to know just how much of a reboot the team will undergo the closer they get to having infrastructure of their own that they own, this is a good place to start.

Sunderland 0-1 Southampton: Tadic Penalty Enough For Saints - Roker Report: In partner club news, Yann M'Vila committed a foul in the Sunderland penalty area and Southampton's Dusan Tadic put home the subsequent kick for the only goal in the game. Sunderland stays firmly in 19th in the Premier League table.

Torino 0 - 1 Inter Milan: Kondogbia has landed - The Offside Inter Milan: In more partner club news, Geoffrey Kondogbia's 31st minute goal was enough as Inter Milan defeated Torino 1-0, their 7th such result in their 8 wins so far this year in Serie A. It still keeps them in first, sharing the lead with Fiorentina.

[WATCH] AND NOW… A MONTAGE OF BOND VILLAINS LAUGHING | One. Perfect. Shot. | Honoring Cinema's Past - Frame by Frame: Lastly, after seeing Spectre Saturday, I'm here to tell you to not spend your money, and watch this montage, which is far more entertaining.

So, we OK, or are hugs necessary?