Wednesday’s soccer news update has Atlanta United completing a deal for a training site. The future MLS expansion team has a shared stadium and now a base of operations, putting it ahead of other expansion teams as well as longstanding MLS clubs.
Hello DeKalb. Looking forward to moving in. https://t.co/iPWWJeo1zp
— Carlos Bocanegra (@BocaBoca3) August 4, 2015
Orlando forward Cyle Larin could break the MLS rookie scoring record with Orlando Sentinel writer Paul Tenorio talking to the player. The Washington Post’s Steven Goff have Portland and Seattle pushing the limits of good taste in a social media rivalry. Writing for the Society for American Soccer History, Roger Allaway goes through the history of the phenom player in American soccer.
ESPN FC’s Tom Marshall previews the second-leg of the Copa Libertadores final with Tigres in position to make history for Mexican club soccer.
The NY Times’ Victor Mather has plenty of reasons why we shouldn’t expect to see any upstart title contenders in the big European soccer leagues. Vice Sports’ Paul Tomkins puts the Raheem Sterling transfer into perspective while deciding if Manchester City paid too much. Chelsea youth player Tika Musonda tells his story in The Players Tribune.
— Aron Jóhannsson (@aronjo20) August 5, 2015
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