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Panama Papers, D.C. United, and USWNT links: Freedom Kicks for 7 April 2016

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Soccer, go!

After the whirlwind of news in the past few days around D.C. United, it looks like the world of soccer news is no different. Let's get started, shall we?

How DC United and the San Jose Clash got their names and original look | MLSsoccer.com: A walk down memory lane, with the 20th anniversary of the very first MLS game coming yesterday.

Indonesia and the Panama Papers: Names and Numbers | Indonesia Investments: But now in the present, it looks like D.C. United managing partner Erick Thohir is named in the Panama Papers for establishing offshore companies. There are no specifics yet, so lets not rush to judgement, but it doesn't look good. Indonesia will be looking into whether any of their named citizens did this for tax evasion purposes.

Uefa offices raided by police after Gianni Infantino named in Panama Papers | News | The Guardian: Speaking of the Panama Papers, looks like the new boss could be the same as the old boss. A day after Uefa ridiculed accusations about Infantino, the offices of Uefa were raided by police.

USA vs. Colombia, 2016 Friendly: Final score 7-0, USWNT dominant once again - Stars and Stripes FC: USA didn't hold back against Colombia, in their buildup towards this summer's Olympics. Crystal Dunn of the Washington Spirit opened the scoring.

How analytics are helping Atlanta United FC build an expansion roster | MLSsoccer.com: An interesting read, and good to know that United is also building up their analytics department.

Secret Shop Owner Presents: Everything You Should Know About Soccer Retail: I found this Total Soccer Show episode about soccer retail fascinating.

That's all I've got; what's up?