Freedom Kicks is meandering its way into work this morning, with a holiday weekend right around the corner. Today's program is a little more audiovisual than normal, so let's just jump right in.
On Rye to Chinatown, Five Guys to Fort Totten and a first step for Buzzard Point development - Washington Business Journal: Another residential building is coming to Buzzard Point, this one right across the street from the entrance to the stadium. What better place to live for the diehard fan?
Fairfax County Public Library Kicks Off Summer Reading Program: Want to get some discounted D.C. United tickets? Enter your child in the Fairfax County Public Library's summer reading program, in which your child will learn the joy of reading and you'll then be able to take them to a soccer game.
Strikers Defeat Orlando City, Advance to Quarterfinals | Fort Lauderdale Strikers: Well, at least D.C. United were not the only team to lose to the Strikers. Fullback PC, who should really be getting some MLS interest by now, scored last in extra time to leave the Strikers as the only non-MLS team left in the US Open Cup.
Will Johnson The Hero as Toronto FC Score Late To Win the 2016 Voyageurs Cup - Waking The Red: In other cup news, Toronto FC are the first to qualify for the 2017-2018 Concacaf Champions League off of a late Will Johnson goal.
England job of interest to Jurgen Klinsmann say Sky sources | Football News | Sky Sports: Oh no. Please don't go. No no. Stay. </sarcasm>
And now, the audiovisual portion:
Jesse Marsch got ejected and threw some balls around
Marsch is ejected but on the way out he grabs a few balls and throws them in anger. pic.twitter.com/x9ilOEAl7F— Total MLS (@TotalMLS) June 30, 2016
During his tantrum, Jim Curtin threw some glorious shade at Marsch:
Visual proof that Jim Curtin gave Jesse Marsch the touchdown signal for his postgame toss, courtesy of USA Today. pic.twitter.com/ZwTMeMVyyP— Dave Zeitlin (@DaveZeitlin) June 30, 2016
And for today's throwback Thursday, here is the first of three parts of a 1980 World Cup Qualifier between the United States and Canada:
That's all I've got. What's up?