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Freedom Kicks: D.C. United and MLS links for 23 April 2015

The onslaught of soccer news is ever-present. Let's dig in!

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Freedom Kicks is coming back from a late lunch, so here are you afternoon soccer links!

D.C. United’s Fabian Espindola set to return from MLS suspension - The Washington Post: Hooray for Fabian Espindola coming back!

DC United front office, or lack thereof | BigSoccer Forum: A thoughtful take on D.C. United's front office and marketing.

Club América vs. Montreal Impact | MLS MatchCenter: Somehow Montreal tied Club America in the Azteca, giving them a chance to be the first MLS club to win the Concacaf Champions League. I look forward to Dominic Oduro facing off against Thomas Mueller.

Orlando soccer stadium project in jeopardy - Planet Futbol - Uhoh. It looks like they are short $30 million, with the Florida legislature needed to approve that money.

Orlando City Chief Operating Officer Brett Lashbrook Has Resigned - The Mane Land: And more shakeups down in Florida.

Soccernomics Agency: Consultancy, Research, Ideas " So what is the MLS business model?: Apparently MLS in a pyramid scheme and has no chance at financial success.

'Soccernomics' author says MLS' collapse is imminent. His argument is awful. - Except the numbers that they used are pretty bad.

Nike defends the U.S. women’s national team’s new uniforms amid fan fury | For The Win: I am surprised that people are so mad when the US flag is obviously black, white, and neon.

Yahoo cancels Fantasy MLS mid-season. : MLS: I guess you should have been playing  MLS fantasy instead.

Millennials give soccer and craft beer a common goal - MarketWatch: And, as always, we end on beer.

What else is out there? Hi!