The soccer news update has the fallout from MLS losing all four of their 2015-16 CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinals to Liga MX teams. Seattle and Real Salt Lake couldn't pull out an aggregate win last night, once again putting the focus on how MLS teams can compete. Not surprisingly, the schedule is an obvious starting point. Liga MX is well into their Clausura season and MLS has yet to play a game that counts in 2016. Soccer America's Ridge Mahoney makes the case for a change to the CONCACAF Champions League schedule. SI.com's Brian Straus on MLS not getting it done against Liga MX.
The National's Greg Lea makes the case for Spurs. ESPN FC's John Brewin has Manchester United using young players to spark a turnaround. In an advertorial on The Guardian, La Liga president Javier Tebas does his part to respond to complaints over the quality of the league by letting us know it will work to be the best in the world. Inside World Football's Andrew Warshaw explains the leadership issues at UEFA.
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