Also in Tuesday's soccer news, we wait for Wednesday's expansion announcement in Atlanta and NYC FC finds a place to play.
"96 men, women and children lost their lives as a result of the events that unfolded on April 15, 1989 at the FA Cup semi-final at Hillsborough. Over the last 25 years, the families who lost loved ones and the survivors of the disaster have shown immense dignity and resilience. As a football club, we will continue to remember those who died and support the families in whatever way we can." Liverpool's statement on the anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster.
- MLS expansion in Atlanta waits on Wednesday's major announcement.
- Yankee Stadium becomes a part-time MLS stadium.
- Changes to Aston Villa's coaching staff.
- Wednesday's Copa del Rey on ESPN.
- Midweek Premier League games.
For Beltran, Mexico Match Was a Chance to Shine - from American Soccer Now's Brian Sciaretta: "As I always do, I try to leave it all out on the field."
Atlanta deal may be too good to pass up - from Soccer America's Paul Kennedy: The financing plan for the stadium passed 11-4 in March 2013.
New York City F.C. to Play at Yankee Stadium for Three Years - from The NY Times' Andrew Das and David Waldstein: The Yankee Stadium solution is a temporary reprieve.
MLB fields coordinator: NYCFC, Yankees sharing Yankee Stadium not ideal, but doable - from SI.com's Tim Newcomb: Cook says laying ready-play sod has turned commonplace.
MLS’s imperfect expansion plans - from The Washington Post's Steven Goff: Of the four arrivals, only Orlando makes perfect sense.
Real Salt Lake: Five questions with Garth Lagerwey - from The Deseret News' James Edward: "I’m cautiously optimistic about the future."
Crunch time is here for the Red Bulls - from The Newark Star-Ledger's Frank Giase: A year ago, the Red Bulls could have sloughed off the result as an aberration.
Guzan vows Villa will keep fighting amid growing pressure - from The Express & Star: "It’s an opportunity to continue to fight but we know there’s always pressure."
Stuart Holden firmly believes he will return to peak fitness for Bolton Wanderers - from The Bolton News' Marc Iles: "I feel grateful they’ve stuck by me and the coach has been fantastic."
Concern for Bayern's Red Machine as Dortmund put three spanners in works - from The Guardian's Raphael Honigstein: Dortmund, ironically, also experienced what it feels like to have Bayern's biggest problem in the Bundesliga this season....
UEFA's financial police meet to discuss club progress, and failures, on FFP - from Inside World Football's Andrew Warshaw: Last month, UEFA revealed that almost a third of the teams who entered their two club competitions this season were in danger of falling foul of the regulations.
Lionel Messi's Argentina better for Carlos Tevez absence - from BBC Sport's Tim Vickery: He is a globalised star for a globalised age.
AIFF confirms Indian Super League franchises - from Soccerex: Each of the league partners are thought to have paid around US$19 million for a ten-year franchise, with Kolkata commanding a slightly higher price.
THE PELE OF FUTSAL - from IBWM's Niall McGlone: Two World Cups and four World Player of the Year awards later and Falcao has become a household name in Brazil....
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