News was a little slow yesterday, but we've still you covered. Let's jump in:
MLS takes nitpicking to new high with Ben Olsen suspension - Black And Red United: In case you missed the big news from yesterday.
Coaches, executives, an Argentine chef: Tracking down D.C. United 20 years later - The Washington Post: This silly league has now been around 20 years.
Buzzard Point Demolition Event Scheduled for April 25 | D.C. United: Another event in United's steady march to their new home. Also includes the tidbit that the stadium is tentatively named "D.C. United Stadium," at least, you know, until they sell the sponsorship rights.
MLS expansion pecking order for St Louis, Sacramento, next cities: Most of these cities make sense, but I really do hope that they stop at 28 teams.
PRO's Peter Walton: "We've got better referees" than most other countries" | MLSsoccer.com: Uhh. Sure Peter. Okey. To be fair, however, I don't think the PRO referees are any worse than others around the world.
Antonio Nocerino Has Started Slowly in MLS, but He Can Still Make it at Orlando City - The Mane Land: Presented without comment.
Hounds vs. Orlando City B to Kick Off USL Broadcasts on ESPN3 – Pittsburgh Riverhounds: USL Game of the Week will be on ESPN3 each week, which is pretty cool.
That's all I've got. What's up?