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D.C. United TV deal, Perry Kitchen, and USWNT: Freedom Kicks for 10 March 2016

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Soccer, go!

Good Thursday morning, friends! Let's get into the soccer, shall we?

D.C. United games available over-the-air throughout the Mid-Atlantic - Black And Red United: News broke last night about D.C. United's new regional, over-the-air television deal. Click through to get our exclusive coverage map, which include most of Virginia and Maryland, as well as parts of North Carolina and Pennsylvania.

Has MLS been hurt by departures like Miazga Martins Nemeth - ESPN FC: Includes the first number I've seen on D.C. United's offer to Perry Kitchen, reported to be at over $500,000. This confirms what we already thought: that United did everything that they could to keep Kitchen, and that his desire to go to Europe was just too strong.

Perry's a Jambo! Heart of Midlothian | News: Speaking of Perry, here's the press release from the Jam Tarts about his signing.

Chris Konopka signs with Scottish Premier League team - Brotherly Game: He will be joined in Scotland by former D.C. United trialist Chris Konopka, who signed a short term deal with Ross County.

Stress fracture sidelines Edu for three months - Brotherly Game: Maurice Edu is going to be out for a long time, and that's going to be bad for the Union.

Patrick Nyarko dealing with a concussion, and not for the first time - Black And Red United: Also from yesterday, we looked at Patrick Nyarko's concussion history.

USA beats Germany 2-1, takes She Believes Cup - Stars and Stripes FC: The USWNT continued their dominance, having beaten England, France, and now Germany to win the SheBelieves Cup.