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Luciano Acosta, Russell Canouse real estate, and USWNT: Freedom Kicks for 4 April 2019

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MLS: D.C. United at Orlando City SC Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Good morning! Grab that cup of tea or coffee, make some business fingers, and lets all get to a lovely spring weekend together. To the links!

Sources: Luciano Acosta still considering overseas interest as D.C. United contract talks resume | The Athletic: Out of all of the possible options, I hope that Lucho signs a big contract with D.C. United this season and then gets sold for big money in January; I think that is what most of us hope for. But after that, I think I’d rather keep him for the full season and let him walk on a free than get a small transfer fee and have to rework the whole team midseason.

DC United credit Junior Moreno as “huge piece of puzzle” in hot start | Everybody is jumping on the Junior Moreno bandwagon.

Professional athletes have side hustles too! Also, Russell? “Buy a house from Russell Canouse!” You can have that one for free.

Loudoun United to play 3 home games at Audi Field | Black And Red United: If you want to get a taste of Loudoun United without driving to, well, Loudoun, you’ll have an opportunity.

D.C. United Announce Complimentary FloFC Subscriptions for Black-and-Red Fans in April | D.C. United: They’ve also lowered the price for everyone who signs up from $8.99 a month to $5.99 a month, matching the price offered to Supporters Groups at the beginning of the season. Even that price was discounted off of the $12.49 a month that FloSports goes for regularly, and that is if you pay for a year all at once.

Will it support more devices than the AppleTV and Roku? Only time will tell.

USA vs Australia: How to watch and match preview | Stars and Stripes FC: The USWNT are barelling towards this summer’s World Cup with as many questions as ever.

Great job Mal!

This is a song by Kelsey Lu, a cellist, that Spotify put in front of me this week and that I can’t stop listening to. It gives me strong Joanna Newsom vibes, and I love it. Enjoy Thursday!