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Soccer? GO!

Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports

Freedom Kicks is taking it leisurely this morning, sipping coffee, eating a muffin, easing into the day. Let's soccer, shall we?

D.C. United’s bizarre approach to development continues apace | The 91st Minute | Soccer Blog | Videos | Pop-Culture: No punches pulled here, as Will Parchman of Top Drawer Soccer blasts D.C. United for how they currently run their academy as well as the cuts that are coming to it.

Most Expensive Stadium Ever Built in Mexico Opened Sunday August 2 - The Yucatan Times: Designed by the same people who will be designing D.C. United's new stadium, and it is "home to more premium seating than any other soccer stadium in Latin America"

Arabe Unido 3-0 Montego Bay United: Group play has started in D.C. United's Group H of the Concacaf Champions League, and Arabe Unido took care of business at home.

Vote now for 2015 AT&T MLS Goal of the Week: Week 22 | MLSsoccer.com: VOTE. Voting closes tonight, and you don't want to make Taylor Kemp or Nick DeLeon sad, do you?

US Soccer 2016 Logo Leaked - Footy Headlines: The new logo is still not the Centennial crest, which makes me sad, but it is better than the current one.

Ten players who could break onto the U.S. women's national team roster: Featuring the Washington Spirit's own Crystal Dunn, who has responded to Jill Ellis leaving her off of the World Cup roster by obliterating the NWSL this season.

The Krafts have brought in a financial heavy hitter for a soccer stadium plan - Business news - Boston.com: Will the Dixie Wanderers finally wander no longer?

Fear the Walking Dead premiere review: I am unnaturally excited for this. I love disaster movies/shows, and watching the descent from functioning society into what we now know as the Walking Dead universe is going to be fun.

Also, the MLS transfer window closes today, so stick to these pages for any updates. What's happening?