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USMNT snores, Mal Pugh roars and more: Monday Freedom Kicks

Some former DCU player news in here as well.

Hi, Happy opening of the secondary transfer window. We’ll bring you news of Ronaldo’s signing when we hear about it, and we have a section on transfers and rumors you can check on periodically, which included some late Sunday night gossip.

USA vs. Panama, 2017 Gold Cup: Final score 1-1 (Stars and Stripes FC): I don’t know what happened, I was watching Baby Driver. It sounds like Baby Driver was the better option than this game maybe? Goff has more. He also talks about Nashville’s expansion push here.

Spirit fight back to tie the Pride 2-2 (us): With a sellout crowd seeing Marta, Alex Morgan and hometown girl Ali Krieger, a late Mallory Pugh PK salvaged a point for the Washington Spirit, who remain in last, one point behind Boston and Kansas City. Equalizer Soccer has more.

Can sustainable stadiums be a better deal for cities and environment? (Curbed): Environmental considerations AND improved city financing in stadia? Maybe so, thanks, Audi Field!

Law firms ask court to dismiss claims in case brought by injured former D.C. United player (Legal Newsline): The case for Bryan Namoff’s malpractice claims may find an end soon.

New coach has same high expectations for Charleston soccer (Charleston Gazette-Mail): Continuing in the vein of alumni events, former Black-and-Red cup of coffee player Dan Stratford updates folks on his happenings.

Steven Soderbergh Reveals His Wild Idea For ‘The Knick’ That Likely Spoiled Its Chances For A Third Season (Hitfix): If you never saw the turn of the 20th-century show about a gifted yet morphine-addicted doctor played by Clive Owen it’s worth checking out. Soderbergh’s 3rd season pitch? Kind of amazing and if you’re gonna go out, go out all the way I guess.

For now, bring on the season of summer silly.