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Royal Roundup - Oct. 20, 2017

Columbus Crew fallout edition.

Stand with the Columbus Crew fans.



  • Ashley Cole wants to stay with the LA Galaxy. (Goal)
  • Columbus Crew fans consider life without a team. (FourFourTwo)
  • Precourt affirms that the Crew are not for sale after fans ask why not sell instead of moving. (MyStatesman)
  • Construction progress report on the D.C. United stadium. (Oxblue)
  • Keegan Rosenberry suspended by Philadelphia Union for complaining about not playing on twitter. (Philly)
  • Atlanta United set to host the 2018 MLS All Star Game. (SBI)
  • Anyone wanting to support Crew fans in their effort to keep the team in Columbus can visit this site.
  • Seattle Sounders confirm that S2 will be moving to Tacoma for 2018. (SounderAtHeart)
  • Bill Hamid won’t be returning to D.C. United for 2018. (Washington Post)
  • Brian Carroll, a 15 year MLS vet currently with Philadelphia Union, will retire after Sunday’s game. (SBI)
  • What would the MLS table look like if every shot off the woodwork went in? (MLS)
  • MLS and the ‘stadium extortion racket’. (Deadspin)
  • D.C. United set to say goodbye to RFK Stadium. (USSP)
  • Satire Files - D.C. United fans reminded not to remove load-bearing seats as souvenirs. (Nutmeg)


  • Interim USMNT coach to be named this weekend. (ESPN)
  • Landon Donovan considering challenging Sunil Gulati as US Soccer president. (SI.)
  • San Diego’s NASL team finally has a name. (1904 FC)
  • Lansing United joins United Women’s Soccer league for 2018. (UWS)
  • Claudio Reyna thinks US Soccer is “too arrogant and far too obnoxious” (Goal)


  • Sebastian Giovinco hoping for Italy callup, says MLS doesn’t get deserved credit. (SBI)
  • U17 World Cup roundup - who made the quarterfinals? (PST)


  • Two Crew legends discuss the team’s potential move.