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Tuesday Freedom Kicks: He coached Bayern Munich and all he got was an ugly mascot sculpture

Plus: USMNT stuff, more on the Kei Kamara trade, Atlanta happenings, etc.

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I spent all of yesterday mostly away from the Internet, so admittedly this morning's Freedom Kicks are a little sparse. But that just means you guys have extra opportunity to share your own links in the comments. I'm giving the power to the people, you see.

Making sense of this USMNT 22-man roster for friendly against Puerto Rico | FC Yahoo - Yahoo Sports
Shrug. That's my general USMNT reaction these days, which really sucks.

Kei Kamara Trade Reveals MLS Still Sees Players As Expendable Commodities | Vice Sports
Sometimes (a lot of times) MLS doesn't make a whole lot of sense.

Home of Atlanta United, Mercedes-Benz Stadium Begins Revolutionizing the Guest Experience - Atlanta United FC
Get some local beers in there though. Terrapin for the win, always.

Carlos Bocanegra attends Zlatan Ibrahimovic's final match with PSG |
Speaking of Atlanta United FC (ugh still at that name)—I cannot AT ALL picture Zlatan living in Atlanta. At all.

Price for a Green Card: $500,000 Stadium Stake | The New York Times
My favorite part of this article is this bit at the very end: "In M.L.S. alone, a group led by David Beckham, the former soccer star from England, has been trying to assemble a plan for a stadium in Miami" because I love the explanation of who David Beckham is.

Bayern Munich send off departing Pep Guardiola like a brilliant but unloved CEO | The Guardian
All departing CEOs should be forced to receive ugly af sculptures of mascots.

Leicester City's story is so bad that it's good - Howler Magazine
There can, it seems, never be enough Leicester City articles.

Ok, I actually ended up with a couple more links to share than I thought I would, but I'm sure I missed stuff. Hit the comments!