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USMNT lineups, the coolest kindergarten, and more: Freedom Kicks for 4/25/17

Also, Zlatan is Zlatan.

I just want everyone to know that yesterday at work we had a three hour, department-wide meeting that ended with tacos and frozen 3:00 p.m. For like, no real reason? I’m sharing this because it was weird, but also awesome, and I’m still a little confused about it.

Anyway, it’s the morning time, so grab your coffee or other a.m. beverage of choice, and let’s get to the soccer.

SSFC’s USMNT Lineup Project: The Results | Stars and Stripes FC

There’s nothing like choosing a USMNT lineup, amirite? I, for one, am glad to see Jermaine Jones earning not too much of the vote.

Welcome to the World’s Coolest Kindergarten | The New York Times

St. Pauli in Germany continuing to wave their cool flag. This is very neat.

Injured Zlatan Ibrahimovic pledges to be back: 'Giving up is not an option' | Sports Illustrated

I mean, Zlatan will never retire, so.

Sydney Leroux Returns to Action, and to Scoresheet | American Soccer Now

She hadn’t played competitive soccer in 656 days, which is nuts.

Darlington Nagbe’s goal defies physics | Stars and Stripes FC

Well, it doesn’t literally defy physics, but it was still pretty impressive.

That’s all from me, folks. Hit the comments with anything else!