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Paul Arriola, Chris Rolfe, and more: Freedom Kicks for 23 April 2020

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Players try and keep busy and do what they can

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

Good Thursday morning to all of you! I cooked breakfast for dinner last night, and I am here to tell you that if you are not cooking your bacon in the oven, you should give it a try. I heated the over to 350 and then cooked the bacon on parchment paper for a total of about 18ish minutes, and it turned out very well. You should give it a try!

To the soccer:

DC United, USMNT winger Paul Arriola finds positives during recovery, pandemic | MLSsoccer.com

MLSsoccer.com checked in with Paul Arriola as he recovers from his ACL tear during quarantine.

Every Day is Earth Day for Chris Rolfe, former MLS striker turned sustainability enthusiast | MLSsoccer.com

D.C. United fans will remember that Chris Rolfe had his own worms for composting, and he has only continued with his commitment to sustainability since his retirement and move to Indiana.

Armchair Analyst: The most important goals in MLS Cup history | MLSsoccer.com

A couple of goals that feature D.C. United on this list, one triumphant and one painful.

Meggie Dougherty Howard has been productive in creating masks during her down time. Awesome job, Meggie!

And yes, yesterday was the anniversary of the best goal celebration in history. Cheers!

That’s all I have today; what’s up? What’s your bacon cooking strategy?