Morning Links: 5/27/14

Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

We get back underway after memorial day weekend with some morning links.

New York Red Bulls

Mike Petke did the smart thing and gave his players a rest after their 2-1 loss to the Portland Timbers.

Petke says that Peguy Luyindula is ready to go against Sporting Kansas City, whether as a starter or off the bench.

MLS

Landon Donovan says he should be going to Brazil.

Donovan broke the MLS goal record this weekend.

D.C. United has submitted stadium plans to the town council.

Sporting KC will be without Chance Myers as he's out for the year with an injury.

ESPN is considering a pay option for ESPN3's MLS out-of-market coverage next year, for those who don't have the right cable company.

Other

Real Madrid won the UEFA Champions League.

Bobby Zamora promoted QPR back into the Premiere League with a goal, sending his club past Derby County in the Championship playoff.

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