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Royal Roundup - Jan. 31st, 2018

Miami to start in 2020, Harrison headed to UK, Meram to OCSC, Bolt wants to play for Beckham, NWSL trades, Italian FA in trouble, and more.

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The Royal Family

  • RSL family integrates all levels in Herriman. (SLT)
  • Former RSL pres. Bill Manning learned much from his time at RSL. (SA)


  • Jack Harrison set to join Middlesbrough in roundabout transfer from NYCFC. (ESPN)
  • Miami to start in 2020. (USAToday)
  • Satire files - Beckham’s Miami colors and crest to be announced in another 10 years. (Nutmeg)
  • Justin Meram traded to Orlando City from Columbus Crew. (Goal)
  • Usain Bolt offered his services as striker for Beckham’s new team. (FFT)

Other US Leagues

  • USL - Are the Pittsburgh Riverhounds re-branding? (SAB)
  • NWSL - David Beckham open to possibility of women’s team in Miami. (WST)
  • Indy Eleven to play at Lucas Oil Stadium. (USL)
  • NWSL - The legacy of the Boston Breakers. (SA)
  • NWSL - 5 player trade between Orlando Pride and Seattle Reign. (NWSL)


  • US Soccer hasn’t learned anything from 2017. (Yahoo)
  • Some thoughts on the US vs Bosnia game. (ASN), and more from (Yahoo)


  • African soccer is a big market for scouting. (NYT)
  • Italian Football placed under administration after failure to elect president. (FOX)
  • Rumor confirmed - Tim Cahill signs short term deal with Millwall. (FOX)
  • CONCACAF Champions League matches moved from Honduras due to political unrest. (Goal)


  • BBC interview with David Beckham on becoming a team owner. (BBC) Sorry, no embed available.
  • Questions remain after Miami announcement. (ESPN) - No embed for this one either.