Friday Freedom Kicks is a little late because I was up most of the night watching Brexit returns.
MLS suspends D.C. United's Bobby Boswell for 'serious foul play' - Washington Post: "I get one of those on him per game." Boswell, ixnay on the alkingtay.
And I'll leave this right here:
Brexit referendum: How football and the Premier League will be hit by Britain leaving the EU - Eurosport: The fallout from last night.
Brexit and football Q&A: How the leave vote affects the Premier League, players, fans and managers - Mirror Online: Might Brexit be a marginal plus for MLS, as the Premier League will have more trouble grabbing the best players out of Europe?
Pogba will cost an extra £30m - How the Premier League will suffer after Brexit - Goal.com: Oh, and it will be more expensive for Premier League clubs to hang onto players.
'Be careful what you wish for' - Football reacts to Brexit vote - Goal.com: Soccer figures tweet about the Brexit vote.
England v Iceland Euro 2016: What time is the match, what TV channel is it on and what's our prediction? - Telegraph: This game will now be super-emotional for both sides.
Orlando City coach Adrian Heath says tiebreakers would make MLS a soccer laughingstock - Orlando Sentinel: Who is even talking about tiebreakers? Oh, right. I see there: "some people are saying."
Sebastian Giovinco, Kei Kamara among nominees for Best MLS Player ESPY | MLSsoccer.com: D.C. United faces Kei tomorrow. But we have our own Kamara to unleash. Release the Kamara!
No, Jurgen Klinsmann isn't leaving for Southampton or any other job - Stars and Stripes FC: I'm slightly disappointed that he's not on the short list.
And your Friday Freedom Kicks treat is, of course, this.