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New England Revolution unveil secondary jersey, Tottenham stay in EPL title race, and more: Freedom Kicks for January 2, 2019

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Welcome to 2019!

Cardiff City v Tottenham Hotspur - Premier League Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images

Merry New Year everyone! I hope you enjoyed the holiday. Let’s kick it off Trading Places style:

Okay, to the first news that occurred in the new year:

New England Revolution unveil new secondary jersey for 2019 season | MLS

It’s...very underwhelming.

Pochettino: Only consistency can make Spurs title contenders | NBC Sports

Tottenham Hotspur beat Cardiff City yesterday, keeping themselves in the EPL race. Also, Arsenal destroyed Fulham, and Leicester City beat Everton in New Year’s Day action.

D.C. United season review: Ben Olsen | Black & Red United

Should Ben Olsen come back next year? Make your choice known in the poll on the D.C. United season review!

Bold USMNT predictions for 2019 | Stars & Stripes FC

I make some bold predictions for what the United States Men’s National Team can do in 2019. Will I be right?

Dwyer, Leroux reveal gender for impending arrival with soccer twist | MLS

Congrats to Dom Dwyer and Sydney Leroux, who literally kicked off 2019 by announcing they will have a baby girl this year.

Transfer window: Pulisic, Ozil and the players most likely to move in January | ESPNFC

Christian Pulisic leads the list of top players likely to make a move during the January transfer window. Silly season has officially commenced.

The Crew is Saved! But is this a good precedent or a bad omen? | Stars & Stripes FC

The Columbus Crew will return next year, but at what cost?

New Tottenham stadium: Neil Warnock says Spurs should remain at Wembley for 2018-19 season | BBC

Some say that Tottenham should just play at Wembley Stadium the rest of the year and wait until next season to reopen the newly renovated White Hart Lane.

That’s all I got. Enjoy your day, and hit the comments with other news that hit your radar.