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Freedom Kicks for 28 May 2015: FIFA, Sepp Blatter, and the US Open Cup

Pretty normal day in the world of soccer yesterday.

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Well, that surely was just a regular day of soccer news, wasn't it?

After Indicting 14 Soccer Officials, U.S. Vows to End Graft in FIFA - If you somehow missed this article yesterday, were you hiding?

Nine FIFA Officials and Five Corporate Executives Indicted for Racketeering Conspiracy and Corruption | OPA | Department of Justice: Here is the official indictment of the 14 FIFA officials and corporate executives, which is good reading as well

How the U.S. can arrest FIFA officials in Switzerland, explained - The Washington Post: Some people have been wondering this as well.

FIFA’s powerful world is shaken by U.S. indictments, arrests - The Washington Post: Goff with his take on yesterday's news

Nike becomes suspected player in alleged $150 million FIFA bribery scandal - The Washington Post: That's not a good look for them

2015 US Open Cup Round 3 roundup: USL sweeps NASL, PSA Elite earns $15,000, date with LA Galaxy |: D.C. United will be taking on the Pittsburgh Riverhounds in the US Open Cup, and the Columbus Crew will be traveling to Richmond

MLS Pleased with Early Days of USL Partnership | Reckless Challenge: It seems like this relationship is working out for both sides

Mayor Gimenez on MLS Miami/UM Stadium: ‘Running Out of Time’ « CBS Miami: Oh Beckham and your stadium plans

Major League Soccer launches fan voting for 2015 AT&T MLS All-Star Game | Voting is open for the MLS All-Star Game! Go vote!