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Freedom Kicks for 12 March 2015: Dave Kasper talks, MLS CBA continued

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Good morning, it is time for your daily kick of freedom!

Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports

Spring is finally here, soccer is chugging along, and it's time for Freedom Kicks!

When will DCU sign a big free agent? GM Dave Kasper weighs in | Comcast SportsNet Washington: Sebi Salazar talks with newly named Vice President of Soccer Operations Dave Kasper about a number of things, including opening the checkbook.

Turns out MLS Never Finalized 2010-14 Labor Deal - ABC News: Oh MLS. The reason they never released the CBA signed in 2010 is that there was no CBA signed in 2010, just a memorandum of understanding that listed the amendments to the previous CBA.

ASN article: U.S. Women Get Revenge on France, Win Algarve Cup: However, the Algarve Cup winner doesn't usually win the World Cup, and there's still Jill Ellis...

Bondy: Yankee Stadium field far from ready for NYCFC opener - NY Daily News: Soccer in a baseball stadium is always a bad idea.

Andrew Driver signs for Aberdeen until summer - The Scotsman: Driver has returned home to try and get back into a playing rhythm.

Colorado Rapids partner with university to launch first “soccer-specific” business degree in United States | MLSsoccer.com: Basically this lets college students get a more directly integrated internship system with the Rapids.

ASN article: Source: Minnesota a Clear Frontrunner for MLS Team: With announcements coming in less than two months, there is more and more speculation.

Major League Soccer has made progress after 20 years but still work to do writes Rory Smith - ESPN FC: International attention is coming to MLS.

That's all I have; what's going on?