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Royal Roundup March 24th, 2017

Coaching search, Expansion updates, Dissent cards, new UEFA initiative, and more

Serbia v United States
USMNT in action today
Photo by Kent Horner/Getty Images


  • Evidently a Red Bull Asst. Coach was on Weibel’s potential coach list.
  • FourFourTwo’s take on Cassar’s firing.
  • According to the SL Tribune, RSL has no intention of dragging the Head Coach search out. Meanwhile Mike Petke is focusing on the Monarchs.


  • Will the Revolution soon have their own Stadium soon?
  • Landon Donovan is putting his efforts into the San Diego expansion bid, and Don Garber is going to St. Louis to look over their support.
  • How many players will be sent off for dissent this year? Here’s PRO’s evaluation of last week’s decisions on Brek Shea and Kyle Beckerman. There’s a lively discussion on Reddit if you wish to weigh in.



  • The International Champions Cup is returning to the US; and here’s one opinion on why it’s bad.
  • Brazil is the only team to have gone to every World Cup, and that record will very likely continue as they are on game away from qualifying.
  • Europe may face new spending restrictions for teams. and the UEFA chief pushes for new Anti-Corruption initiative that could spread worldwide.
  • Premier League side Everton agree on a land deal for a new stadium.
  • Examining one grey area in “Laws of the Game” of soccer.


Promo for the USMNT vs Honduras match

Nice sportsmanship from Germany