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Wednesday Links 12/14/11

A weekly collection of links to satiate your Red Bull (team, not the drink) cravings. And some other links of interest.

The Red Bulls didn't take anyone in the Re-Entry Draft, nor were any Red Bulls taken. []

How serious Everton boss David Moyes' loan offer to Thierry Henry was is unclear, but he says the offer was made. [ESPN]

Speaking of Henry, he's got a pretty sweet statue at the Emirates. Evidently, the kind of statue that brings you to tears. [SB Nation]

Rafael Marquez has a line of colognes. From the release: "I'm focusing on really performance smelling great at my highest level. That doesn't mean that the whole back line can perform at that same level smell that good, so that's a problem." No, not really. [El Universal]

Hans Backe talks to Kristian Dyer at Its quick, and there isn't a whole lot in there, but it's an interesting read nonetheless. []

The headline is about New York and its Olympic bid, but there's a lot in this story about Harrison's "predicament with" Red Bull Arena. Also, the Harrison PATH stop is reportedly getting a makeover. Hooray. [The Bond Buyer]

No Emirates Cup in 2012 thanks to the Olympics. Feel free to make a useless cup joke here. [SkySports]

But fear not Red Bulls faithful! The Red Bulls will be playing in February's Desert Diamond Cup with the LA Galaxy, the New England Revolution and Real Salt Lake. []

WPS will remain at the top tier next season, though down one team thanks to the professional emailing styles of magicJack owner Dan Borislow (there's some gold in them there emails). [Deadspin]

For those who still like to get into this kind of thing, there's some Red Bull vs. Metro discussion going on. [Empire of Soccer, First Touch]