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Freedom Kicks for 30 April 2015: So much stadium news, diving headers, and Michael Farfan

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There is stadium news from all over the country, plus rubber pellets, diving headers, and Michael Farfan

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So much news, so much soccer, so much go!

Montreal Impact vs. Club América | MLS MatchCenter: In the end, the Montreal Impact came up just short in the Concacaf Champions League final.

Player of the Week: Michael Farfan: The Philly Soccer Page is sad that Michael Farfan is with D.C. United now.

This D.C. United Academy midfielder goes full stretch for a diving header howitzer | The 91st Minute | Soccer Blog | Videos | Pop-Culture: Upper 90 diving header by a United U16? Upper 90 diving header by a United U16.

MLS Disciplinary Committee suspends, fines Matt Watson, John Stertzer, Servando Carrasco | MLSsoccer.com: United and Vancouver were both warned for a mass confrontation in the 8th minute following Sam Adekugbe's tackle on Perry Kitchen.

Virginia Youth Soccer Association begins installation of two turf fields at new training center — Soccer Wire: You know those black rubber pellets on turf fields? The Virginia Youth Soccer Association is using organic pellets instead on their new fields; the new pellets are made of cork, rice husks and coconut husks.

23 Stories Home - U.S. Soccer: Nice profiles of each of the 23 members of the USWNT, including Ali Krieger and Ashlyn Harris.

LAFC's Henry Nguyen: We want nothing to do with Chivas USA - The Goat Parade: This is not a good idea for LAFC, and will only benefit the Galaxy, which makes it even worse.

And now the stadium portion of the Freedom Kicks:

New York City F.C. Considers Building Stadium at Columbia Complex - NYTimes.com: Manhattan is back in play, with NYCFC possible sharing a new stadium with Columbia's football team

Florida House Takes Orlando City's Ball and Goes Home (Three Days Early) - The Mane Land: OCSC is short $30 million in their quest to build their stadium.

As MLS Reiterates Commitment, Marlins Park Remains Most Likely Stadium Site | Miami New Times: Yes, we definitely want more associations with the Marlins

Indy Eleven stadium bill is dead: The latest proposal, to share a stadium with IUPUI, is also dead.

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