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Dave Johnson, MLS Cup, and Las Vegas: Freedom Kicks for 24 October 2019

Dave Johnson and Thomas Roengen

Hello for the second time this week! There was a wild night of playoff soccer last night, there is more playoff soccer tonight, and then we go into a weekend full of, you guessed it, more playoff soccer! It still stings that D.C. United isn’t one of the teams participating in this cavalcade of games, but I, for one, am just going to throw myself in even further. To the links!

Very blessed. In my 25th year at WTOP, just wrapped up my 24th season with D.C. United, so proud to be associated with...

Posted by Dave Johnson on Wednesday, October 23, 2019

All of our hearts go out to Dave Johnson, and we wish him strength and continued good health for years to come!

In the complaint we also learn that D.C. United was without any “financial professionals” for weeks during 2018, which lead them to double pay on some invoices that CapX sent their way. John Vassos, the owner of CapX, had also previously plead guilty to mail fraud.

Recap: Alejandro Pozouelo Panenka propels TFC to victory over NYCFC in MLS Cup Playoffs - Waking The Red: The Reds have also taken out NYCFC, so at least we don’t have to see anymore baseball stadium games this season.

Sounders vs. Real Salt Lake, recap: Back to the Western Conference championship - Sounder At Heart: The Sounders get a solid win over RSL, and have won 11 straight home playoff games. That leaves them one behind the all-time home playoff win record, held by the 1996-1999 D.C. United teams.

Last night was also the last game for Nick Rimando, who I wish a great retirement after a great career!

That’s So Metro: A look back at the last decade of New York Red Bulls playoff pain | If you need a palate cleanser, here is one for you.

Bob Bradley wins 2019 Sigi Schmid Coach of the Year after LAFC’s dominant season | I mean, obviously. Bradley is one of the US’s great coaching success and the team he has put together is probably going to win MLS Cup.

Las Vegas seeks 30th MLS franchise, but key questions remain | Las Vegas Review-Journal: Las Vegas, in August? No thanks.

That’s all I have, what’s up?