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Still glowing about D.C. United's win last night, but here is the rest of the soccer news that you need to know. Soccer, go!

D.C. United beat Orlando City SC last night by a score of 2-1. There are match reports from us, MLS, the Washington Post, and the Orlando Sentinel.

Copa América: Six MLS players named to Jamaica's 30-man preliminary roster | Michael Seaton is included in the preliminary roster for this summer's Copa America.

Brad Friedel to retire from football at end of season - ESPN FC: Thanks Brad!

CONCACAF Watch: The 2015-16 CONCACAF Champions League picture - The field for the next edition of the Concacaf Champions League is filing out, with United joined by LA Galaxy, Seattle Sounders, Real Salt Lake, and Vancouver Whitecaps, among others.

Arsenal's Gedion Zelalem cleared to play for United States - Planet Futbol - Let the hype train continue!

Frank Lampard's MLS contract is through 2016, worth $6M annually - Planet Futbol - $9 million for a year and a half, when mid-season DPs almost always disappoint?

MLS leader plans St. Louis visit about possible expansion: The MLS expansion tour keeps on trucking.

Bob Bradley has cultivated a following of young coaches - ESPN FC: I like a good Bob Bradley story, but featuring Jim Curtain as one of the main fruits of Bob's tree is a little questionable.

USL: League announces intention to house all 24 teams in soccer-specific stadiums by 2020 | A very ambitious goal, considering many places don't have shovels in the ground yet.