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Morning Links: 4/25/14

Once A Metro's daily soccer news roundup...

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New York Red Bulls

For perhaps the first time this year, Mike Petke is contemplating using the same starting lineup for back-to-back games.

Big Apple Soccer digs into how it felt for Ruben Bover to score his first MLS goal, and then have it taken away.

There is a lot of love for fullbacks around RBNY at the moment.


It is reported that NYC FC is sniffing around Mix Diskerud.

The schedule for this year's US Open Cup was released - expect to see MLS clubs involved in June.

Over at the Goat Parade, there's an interesting look at where Chivas USA players have gone after fleeing the SoCal dumpster fire MLS calls its second LA franchise.

US Soccer

The USMNT U21 team played Amando Moreno's new team, Tijuana U21s.

Jurgen Klinsmann's World Cup training camp is expected to open May 14th, and he pretty much knows who he wants (as, of course, he should).

The President of the United States of America might have some soccer ability.


Former MLS-er Bobby Warshaw is a byline worth keeping an eye out for - here, he talks about tactics.

Brazil coach, Luiz Felipe Scolari, is apparently revealing his World Cup roster in snippets, in what seems to be an unorthodox attempt to make selecting a soccer team more like a striptease.

Brian Straus worries about CONCACAF Champions League.