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United Abroad: Alumni News & Notes for November 2013

Revs decline Davies' option, Bahia not keeping Adu around, and DeRo may consider playing outside of MLS in 2014.

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Three things are certain in life: death, taxes, and Freddy Adu being featured in United Abroad every month. Let's get to what happened to with our alumni in Novemeber.

Revolution decline option on Davies

The New England Revolution have declined the 2014 option on Charlies Davies' contract. But, as SBI and the quotes in the article in explain, the Revs would like Davies to return next season, just under a different contract.

Liga MX Round 17: A Look Back | Soccer By Ives

Facundo Erpen scored an own goal in the 52nd minute to allow the opposing team, Tigres UANL, into the Liga MX playoffs. Here's how it went down:

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Bahia will not extend Freddy Adu's contract - Black And Red United

In a special edition of United Abroad earlier this month, it was revealed that Bahia will not keep Freddy Adu heading into the 2014 season, making him a free agent after December. In case you missed it, click the link above. The poll is now closed, but 223 of you voted; 69 of the community would like to see Adu back with D.C. United in 2014, 39 of you (including me) would like to see Adu in MLS, but not with DCU, the rest of you (115) believe that Mexico or anywhere else is a nice destination for him. Personally, after thinking about it more, the only way I'd like him to return to DCU is if he took a salary less than 100k. Low risk, probably a lower reward (collective sigh). Anyways, Andrew Winner of the Seattle Times' Take 2 Blog has some thoughts on Adu.

CanMNT: Dwayne De Rosario considering overseas interest but remains open to MLS return |

The newest member of our United Abroad crew, former captain Dwayne De Rosario. In this article on MLS dot com, DeRo makes it clear that he isn't done playing, the question now is, will he continue playing in MLS or overseas?

Alecko looks back on the 04 MLS Cup - Big Apple Soccer

Alecko Eskandarian recently helped lead the New York Cosmos win the NASL Soccer Bowl over the Atlanta Silverbacks. Prior to that, he sat down with Big Apple Soccer to look back on D.C. United's 2004 MLS Cup victory over the Kansas City Wizards.

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