Congrats to Columbus, outplayed us and deserve to advance. To our fans, can only say sorry. We failed in the biggest moment, simple as that.— Dax McCarty (@DaxMcCarty11) November 30, 2015
Monday's soccer news update has our MLS Cup finalists with Columbus and Portland advancing. In MLS expansion news, David Beckham's group is reportedly going to have to look elsewhere in Miami. Also in the soccer news, Chelsea is getting a lot of attention for the wrong reasons in the Premier League.
ESPN FC's Doug McIntyre looks at Columbus's successful run through the Eastern Conference. SI.com's Brian Straus with plenty to like about the 2015 MLS Cup final. MLSsoccer.com's Matthew Doyle on Columbus and Portland. The NY Times' Filip Bondy has the end of the Red Bulls season. NBC Miami has David Beckham's group starting again on a stadium site.
The Mirror's Ed Malyon considers what Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola might do next with several Premier League options to consider. The National's Richard Jolly on the issues with Chelsea trying to turnaround their Premier League season. The Daily Mail's Oliver Holt pays close attention to what Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho is saying. The Guardian's Daniel Taylor writes about the stadium changes in English soccer. London 24's Alex Stedman sees an identity crisis for Charlton Athletic. Inside World Football's Mark Baber has other major European clubs potentially risking a transfer ban over youth players. Backpage Football's Andrew Smith explains the state of Belgium's domestic league when its national team is #1 in the world rankings.
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