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England hires Phil Neville, D.C. United home opener change?, and more: Freedom Kicks for January 24, 2018

Come for the soccer news, stay for the pictures of camels

Good morning! This week has felt like ten weeks with the amount of news and various stuff happening. Here’s what was up yesterday. Also a photo of a bactrian camel at the end because they’re cool.

MLS might force D.C. United to find another place to play its home opener | Washington Post
There aren’t many other options left in the region for D.C. United.

Luciano Acosta obtains permanent residence in US with Green Card |
Luciano Acosta will no longer take up an international spot for the Black-and-Red.

Phil Neville: England women head coach sorry after 'sexist' tweets criticised | BBC Sport
The newly-appointed England women's national team coach made sexist tweets a few years ago.

Phil Neville is the new England manager because the FA doesn’t care about the women’s team |
Neville's sexist tweets compound an already poor choice.

FA knew of Phil Neville tweets before making him England women’s manager | The Guardian
The FA says they knew about the tweets before hiring him.

D.C. United new jersey, plus the MLS SuperDraft: Filibuster | Black And Red United
Check out the newest episode of Filibuster!

Response from Larry Nassar enablers has come too late |
This isn't soccer news but it's important.

On a lighter note, here’s the camel.

That’s all I’ve got! Let me know in the comments what you’re reading.