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D.C. bounces, Loudoun wins & more: Monday Freedom Kicks

Also that Soderbergh movie quietly came out.

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MLS: MLS Cup Playoffs-Round One-D.C. United at Toronto FC Gerry Angus-USA TODAY Sports

Welp, then there was golf or something.

Recaps of the end of D.C. United’s season at the hands of Toronto FC by us, WaPo and MLS, with more from them here. Waking the Red has the GTO side of things. Bring on the postmortems!

Recap: Loudoun thumps Red Bulls II in 7-3 win (us): Not all was horrible Saturday!

Mexican team let two goals get scored on them in protest for unpaid wages (FMF State of Mind): Friday night, Veracruz played Tigres, with an eye towards highlighting their plight, which is a little more than a wage one. Anyway, FMF has the rundown, as does ESPN.

A vital weapon for Newcastle, but will a disappointing stint with USA leave Yedlin with a hangover? (Athletic, $): DeAndre Yedlin letting a small cat out of the bag regarding Gregg Berhalter’s room at the moment.

Kerr’s only team right now is the Chicago Red Stars (Hot Time in Old Town): Nestled in this story is something discussing the NWSL getting more invested in retaining marquee players, which would be something.

Mac & Cheese Festival Coming to DC Next Weekend (DC Post): If you need some time at Audi Field for GP, this thing that’s been intermittently cancelled in Virginia a bunch of times over the last few months is allegedly happening this weekend.

End of an era in Charleston (US Soccer Players): Charlie talks about the end of Blackbaud nee MUSC Health Stadium. Bummer to see it go.

Herrick, Hyndman and Martin Elected to United Soccer Coaches Hall of Fame (USC): Loudoun coach Ryan Martin sees his Dad and mentor get a well-deserved honor.

I consigli di Veron, i messaggi del Papu: Coria, il mago di Messina (DiMarzio): The Facundo Coria update you didn’t know you needed.

Finally, along with the Breaking Bad movie “El Camino,” Netflix quietly released “The Laundromat,” Steven Soderbergh’s comedy-drama about the Panama Papers, starring Meryl Streep and Gary Oldman. Trailer ahoy: