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Chuck Blazer dies, USMNT disappoints, and more: Freedom Kicks

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Soccer, go!

Well, that was quite a 90 minutes of soccer. After staying up to watch the USMNT last night, I’m moving as slowly as the US’s back line. Let’s ease into the links:

USMNT squeak past Martinique after wild second half with a 3-2 victory - Black And Red United: Something to think about besides the USA’s performance: the rest of Concacaf looks to be getting better, and quickly.

USA vs Martinique, 2017 Gold Cup: Player Ratings - Stars and Stripes FC: These ratings are too high for me, but let me know what you think.

Chuck Blazer, former Fifa official turned informant, dies aged 72 | Football | The Guardian: Chuck Blazer was controversial, corrupt, and criminal, but he was a key figure in soccer in North America for decades and we would be in a different place without him.

Las Vegas Stadium Plan Progresses: USL is coming to Vegas!

From the field to the front office: Jack Jewsbury enjoying new role with Portland Timbers | OregonLive.com: A look into a transition that many players try to make

Atlanta United menu prices: A look at potential prices for Atlanta United at Mercedes Benz Field. $5 for a Bud Light is lower than I expected.

That’s all I’ve got; what’s up?