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Monday Freedom Kicks: It had to be him

More from Columbus, a D.C. United player bids farewell, and we see Kubrick's boxes.

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When you have an international break, combined with your team not playing anymore, there's not a lot of ground to cover, but I'll try my best:

USA vs. Mexico 2016: Final score 2-1, El Tri victorious off late Rafa Marquez dagger - Well, this, this isn't good, and the United States plays in Costa Rica tomorrow? OK then.

Jurgen Klinsmann, Michael Bradley disagree about what went wrong for USMNT midfield - If you can find the video of Bradley's quote, it's worth checking out, because he makes the fire sound so mundane.

Osorio outcoaches Klinsmann: Five takeaways from USA-Mexico - Of course he did.

Jurgen Klinsmann's tactics put U.S in a bind it can't overcome vs. Mexico: Of course he did, part deux.

Alvaro Saborio says goodbye to D.C. United - Black And Red United: One of the most known foregone conclusions is finally made official.

The most MLS-ready forward in college soccer plays at Maryland | The 91st Minute | Soccer Blog | Videos | Pop-Culture: The newly minted Big Ten Champs have a look at someone not named Eryk Williamson.

The Danny Szetela story | This is Cosmos Country: This is a fairly exhaustive look at New York Cosmos player Danny Szetela, who was once a D.C. player for a brief spell. That can be found in part two of the story, which is here.

Finally, we all know about Stanley Kubrick the director, but he also meticulously collected notes, photos and drawings as part of preproduction for his films. He never got rid of them, keeping them in boxes at his home, where they stayed until documentary filmmaker Jon Ronson was given the chance by Kubrick's family to open them. At almost an hour it's lengthy, but worth setting the time aside to check out: