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Spurs beat Chelsea, Orlando City unveils tribute to Pulse shooting victims, and more

Good morning! In non-soccer DC news, there's 15 days left to the inauguration and snow might be coming tomorrow or Saturday. Here are your links for today.

Tottenham Hotspur vs. Chelsea: Final score 2-0, Dele Alli shines in exciting match | SBNation.com
A Dele Alli brace powered Tottenham Hotspur past Chelsea, breaking Chelsea's winning streak.

EPL Notes: Winners, losers from Premier League's holiday slate | SI.com
A quick review of recent EPL games

Parchman: Top 10 SuperDraft prospects and their MLS doppelgängers | MLSsoccer.com
Will Parchman looks at ten potential draft picks and each player's closest MLS comparison in terms of playing style. It's also worth noting that of D.C. United's past 20 picks, four are still with the team.

Major League Soccer Orlando City dedicates section to Pulse nightclub shooting victims | ESPN FC
Orlando City unveiled 49 rainbow-colored seats in Section 12 of its new stadium dedicated to the 49 victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting.

Jill Ellis calls in 29 players for first USWNT camp of 2017 | Stars and Stripes FC
The U.S. women's national team training camp this month will include a mix of college and NWSL players. Duke standout Christina Gibbons got her first call-up and Amy Rodriguez re-enters the mix after giving birth over the summer. Don't bother looking for a Washington Spirit player.

WoSo Week in Review: USWNT January camp roster released, Dunn leaves Spirit for Chelsea, and more | Black And Red United
In this week of women's soccer news, the USWNT CBA negotiations continue, Dunn left the Spirit, and Francesca Ordega's Australian team beat Canberra United 6-1.