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D.C. United loses, Dark Tower is a good locker room read? And more: Monday Freedom Kicks

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Also, some adorable profanity.

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Hi. So we know what day it is on the calendar and feel free to take a moment and remember those who aren’t here with us anymore.

Recaps of D.C. United’s 2-1 loss to Orlando City from us (with more from us here), MLS and WaPo. The Mane Land has the tamperers side of things.

Get to know your local D.C. United player: Jared Jeffrey (Prost): What is it about soccer players and food that is horrible for them?

Soccer lover calls D.C. United career ‘very rewarding’ (Washington Blade): D.C.’s team coordinator and occasional translator talks about being out and working for his favorite team.

Here are 6 players Bruce Arena needs to bring back into the USMNT fold (FourFourTwo): Care to guess who tops this list?

MLS Wants Player's Teammate Violence Suit Kicked (Law360, $): The early motions of Charlie Horton’s suit against Fabian Espindola appear to be underway.

Inter tops SPAL, 2-0 (Serpents of Madonnina): In partner club news, Mauro Icardi and Ivan Perisic keep Inter Milan atop the Serie A after 3 weeks with a win over SPAL. Only one goal given up so far huh? Nice.

Lascelles' late header deflates feel-good factor at Liberty (WalesOnline): In more partner club news, Swansea City opened at home for the first time in 2017-18, and debuted new signing Renato Sanches (from Bayern Munich) and Wilfried Bony returned to Wales, but Newcastle United and Jamaal Lascelles spoiled the party. Swans are in 15th after 4 games so far.

Finally, here's a lot of cursing in Wes Anderson movies: