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Morning Links: 5/15/14

It is morning. Let there be links.

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New York Red Bulls

The Pittsburgh Riverhounds, and former Red Bull Jose Angulo, knocked RBNY's U-23 team out of US Open Cup.

Mike Petke and Bradley Wright-Phillips are going to enjoy his current hot streak for as long as it lasts.

One observer, having watched the last couple of games closely, thinks the Red Bulls may be having issues with playing in hot and humid conditions.


The league is seeking new on-air talent. A man named Geoff Ross has put his hat in the ring.

Philadelphia Union went to Sporting Kansas City last night and delivered a narrative-busting result.

For those who think the league's aggressive expansion strategy is a little risky, the news that Las Vegas is now a contender for a franchise may be considered rather apt.

US Soccer

Jurgen Klinsmann welcomed players to USMNT's World Cup training camp by saying they all need to get fitter.

US Open Cup second round results are in.

Grant Wahl thinks about what lies ahead for USMNT players battling to make Klinsmann's final 23, and makes DaMarcus Beasley laugh.


Paul Gardner is SHOCKED at the antics of Sevilla goalkeeper Beto in the Europa League final.

There could be as many as 30 MLS players in the 2014 World Cup, which would be 24 more than participated in 2010.

All eyes are on Brazil, but when they turn to the 2016 Copa Centenario, they will rest upon a new logo.