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Royal Roundup - Dec. 11th, 2017

TFC finally win cup, Garber’s state of the league, Net Neutrality for fans, Solo to run for US Soccer Pres., Dortmund fires coach, and more.

MLS: MLS CUP-Seattle Sounders vs Toronto FC Tom Szczerbowski-USA TODAY Sports


  • Fans won’t be able to buy beer at Monarchs games. (SLTrib)
  • Laura Harvey’s painful road to coaching. (SLTrib)


  • High points from Don Garber’s state of the league interview. (ESPN) The same with expanded evaluation of the Columbus Crew move. (PST) He further stated that missing the World Cup will have positive results for (MLS).
  • Toronto finally win MLS cup. (PST)
  • MLS Cup player ratings. (SA)
  • Satire Files - MLS working on ban for fans that celebrated during MLS Cup. (Nutmeg)
  • Seattle Sounders look for motivation after MLS Cup loss. (SBI)
  • A short post-cup trade window opened for MLS, here’s all the trades that went down. (MLS)

Other US Leagues

  • San Antonio won’t file suit over MLS “unethical expansion process”. (SSD)
  • Stanford beats Indiana to get 3rd consecutive NCAA title. (PST)
  • A look at NASL’s buyout rules for teams wanting to leave. (SocTakes)


  • How ending Net Neutrality will affect soccer fans. (S&S)
  • Hope Solo throws her GK gloves into the US Soccer Presidency ring. (Goal) While outgoing pres. Sunil Gulati has not decided on who to endorse. (SBI)
  • US U20 women play England to 3-3 draw in friendly. (SA) They later went on to rout Finland. (SA)


  • Huddersfield stop their Premier League slide. (PST)
  • Dortmund fires their coach after horrible run. (PST)
  • Arsene Wenger calls for refs to address time wasting. (PST)
  • Manchester City comes out on top of Manchester Derby. (PST)


  • Don Garber’s complete state of the league interview.