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Barcelona upset, Women's day posts, farting kid, and more: Thursday Freedom Kicks

Your Thursday morning links

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Hello! I'm writing this on Thursday morning since days of the week can be hard sometimes. Anyways, here's what happened yesterday!

Barcelona completes greatest Champions League comeback ever, beats PSG 6-5 -'Like a film': Barcelona Stuns Paris St.-Germain With Champions League Rally- The New York Times

Barcelona managed an improbable comeback to beat PSG 6-1 yesterday and 6-5 on aggregate. Scoring two goals in stoppage time would be incredible enough but this was out of this world level of amazing.

Arsène Wenger is a legend, but it’s time for him to go away after Arsenal debacle vs. Bayern Munich -

Arsenal did not have a good day. Here is yet another person calling for his head (but this time it's articulate.)

MLS releases list of players signed using targeted allocation money - Waking The Red

MLS released a list of the players signed using Targeted Allocation Money. D.C. United's Luciano Acosta and Steve Birnbaum are on the list.

International Women’s Day, and the power of sport - Sounder At Heart
Yesterday was International Women's Day and our friend Susie Rantz at Sounder at Heart wrote a good reflection on the day and particularly women in sports.

Happy International Women's Day!- Gaby Kirschner

Gaby Kirschner also posted some thoughts on the day and compiled a list of some excellent female sportswriting.

Hero kid farts on a weatherman and we have some thoughts about it -
This kid makes America great.

What else are you reading? Let me know in the comments