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Morning Links: 5/13/14

Let's all simmer down now, there's a lot of news, but that's why the Morning Links are here.

Andy Marlin-USA TODAY Sports

New York Red Bulls

Mike Petke says that Chicago Fire forward Harrison Shipp wasn't a focal point of game planning for the Fire.


You may not have heard, but MLS has a new TV deal for 2015-2022.

Toronto FC is weighing the option of holding onto Michael Bradley or letting him go a game early.

US Soccer

US Soccer has released the names of the 30 players invited to the World Cup camp, including a neat little picture.


During a post-game interview, Aalborg BK's (of the Danish Superliga) Risgard, due to crowd reaction, discovers that his team is now Danish champs because of a goal in another match. The second link is a split screen of the interview and the other game.

England's FA can't be outdone by the US, as they have also released their World Cup roster in picture form.

Reddit user Omar_Til_Death points out that this is the first time in 11 season that Jose Mourinho doesn't have his team in a top two position.

Speaking of Chelsea, apparently whoever runs their facebook page doesn't know what their away support looks like.

In La Liga, it's down to the final weekend, and it's going to be either Barcelona or Atlético Madrid who will win the title.

QPR have advanced to the Championship Playoff Final after getting by Wigan Athletic in extra time.