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Monday Freedom Kicks: You did this to me!

D.C. United owner news, player goals and, well, not much else.

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It is kind of weird to not have a lot of recaps at the beginning of my link thing, so forgive me if the tone of these is a bit lost. I mean, I put Rafa Marquez in here scoring the game-winning goal for Mexico (against Uruguay) as a weird form of self-loathing.

Levien group confirmed to buy Swansea City, Thohir announcing Inter majority sale Monday - Black And Red United: Expect more on the latter later this morning when the presser happens.

Swansea City takeover: Key questions and answers on historic day for the club: Swansea made it official in a statement yesterday, and this serves as a primer of sorts on things facing the new owners. Not mentioned: where D.C. United fits into the Jason Levien portfolio of sports teams, because they certainly do.

New Swansea City owners have promised much... now they need to deliver - Chris Wathan - Wales Online: Swans ain't the only one.

D.C. United's Bill Hamid (OnTap Online): Get to see Bill's insight on the East and what he did while convalescing.

2016’s Best Cities for Soccer Fans: The criteria is strange and kind of awful, but go see where D.C. fits into it.

Rob Vincent played for his former club the Pittsburgh Riverhounds on loan over the weekend, and did this Saturday night:

Three top officials leave Monumental Sports (DC Sports Bog): I only mention this because, well, so many other people have come from Monumental to work for D.C. United, so just mentioning it.

Finally, and very quietly, Mexico appears to be trying to do more things against the "Puto" chant, which worked SO WELL last night: