Friday’s soccer news update has Tim Ream swapping Championship clubs after completing his move from Bolton to Fulham. Ream was also linked with London club QPR after Bolton decided to transfer their back-to-back player of the season.
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Pro Soccer Talk’s Joe Prince-Wright speaks to Tim Ream about his transfer to Fulham. ESPN FC’s Tom Marshall likes Mexico’s decision to name Tuca Ferretti as interim coach. Ferriti will coach El Tri against the USMNT in the Confederation Cup playoff in October.
Soccer America’s Ridge Mahoney on the issues with the Philadelphia Union. The Salt Lake Tribune’s Gordon Monson asks tough questions about Real Salt Lake’s direction. SB Nation’s Jeff Engelhardt uses Chicago moving their designated player as an indictment of the club’s season. The Montreal Gazette’s Lloyd Barker looks at the Impact’s form as they add Didier Drogba to their lineup. An article in Spanish with futbol.as’s Juan Jimenez explaining La Liga club Rayo Vallecano’s involvement with Oklahoma City in the NASL. Changes for the Tampa Bay Rowdies who part ways with their president and coach.
WSC’s Benjamin Spiro-Hughes explains the issues with travel for fans in England. The Guardian’s Daniel Taylor explains Manchester United’s transfer strategy. BBC Sport has a fan group questioning the deal that will have West Ham move to the Olympic Stadium.
The Associated Press on the meeting FIFA had with its sponsors. Wired 868’s Lasana Liburd has the story on FIFA stopping its annual payment to the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association.
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