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Royal Roundup - November 2, 2018

Kreilach leads RSL, Hertha bans after violence, De Bruyne injury ´not serious´, No. 8 SLCC, FIFA Hacked Again...more.

Hertha Berlin fans Photo by Stuart Franklin/Getty Images

The Royal Family

  • Kreilach leads RSL to playoff upset (MLS)
  • Riding defense and ‘blue-collar’ work rate, No. 8 SLCC soccer aiming new program high (KSL)

MLS

  • Josef Martinez grateful for Golden Boot, but looking for MLS Cup glory (MLS)
  • Orlando City SC announce new training complex at Osceola Heritage Park (MLS)
  • Valeri gives Timbers star power needed to push past FC Dallas (Goal)
  • NYCFC ”in their best moment” after knocking out Philly (SBI)
  • Is this the end for the New England Revolution’s longtime core? (SBI)
  • Crew survive penalty kicks to top D.C. United (Goal)

Other US Leagues

  • NWSL Announces Partnership with Soccerex (OSC)
  • Louisville City FC: We’re Not Ready for MLS Expansion Bid (SSD)
  • Everything You Need to Know About the 2018 USL Cup (USL)
  • ‘It’s Personal’: Red Bulls II, LouCity Renew Rivalry (USL)

USA

  • U.S. U-20 MNT downs Puerto Rico in Concacaf Championship opener (SBI)
  • 23 tickets to France: Projecting the USWNT’s World Cup roster (Goal)
  • Report: USMNT star Christian Pulisic sits atop Bayern’s wishlist (Bavarian Football Works)
  • Here’s where every member on the USWNT roster played college soccer (NCAA)

International

  • Guardiola hopeful De Bruyne injury ´not serious´ (Soccer News)
  • Arsenal to prove doubters wrong when they face Liverpool? (ESPN FC)
  • Report: Sterling to sign with Man City through 2023 (NBC Sports)
  • Hertha bans flags, banners after fan violence with police (NBC Sports)
  • Puel says result ‘not important’ as Leicester return to EPL (Fox Sports)
  • FIFA, Hacked Again, Braces for New Revelations (New York Times)