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Royal Roundup - Mar. 30, 2018

Unlimited Passion: Gunnhildur Yrsa Jonsdottir, Crew fans need to stop beating themselves up, World Cup referees selected, more...

2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifier - New Zealand v Peru Photo by Hagen Hopkins/Getty Images

The Royal Family

  • Jason Mims takes job with MLS franchise Real Salt Lake (Omaha)
  • Toronto FC searches for first goal, first win vs. Real Salt Lake (Fox Sports)
  • The Iceland international who scored the first goal in Utah Royals history is making an immediate impact in the NWSL (SL Tribune)
  • Unlimited Passion: Gunnhildur Yrsa Jónsdóttir (RSL)


  • Attendance thoughts: Crew fans need to stop beating themselves up over things they cannot control. (Prost)
  • Zlatan signing symbolizes philosophical differences between LA Galaxy, LAFC (MLS)
  • Dynamo extend contracts for head coach Wilmer Cabrera, GM Matt Jordan (SBI)
  • Kljestan looking forward to first match against former team when Red Bulls visit Orlando (SBI)

Other US Leagues

  • United Women’s Soccer: The Emerging Platform of American Women’s Soccer (WSZ)
  • Soccer referees could start keeping official time (NCAA)
  • Albert Friedberg Buys Minority Share of Orlando City SC (SSD)
  • Meeting on FC Cincinnati Stadium Scrapped (SSD)


  • The good and the bad of USMNT 1 – Paraguay 0 (US Soccer Players)
  • What is Behind Dave Sarachan’s Approach as Interim USMNT Coach? (SI)
  • Timothy Weah, USMNT newcomers are a bright spot in American soccer’s darkest days (Yahoo)


  • World Cup referees selected - Two from MLS, none from Premier League (Goal)
  • A look at several of the largest international defeats in history (MSN)
  • Racism problems taint Russian soccer ahead of World Cup (Chicago Tribune)
  • 11 Things Pre-World Cup 2018 International Friendlies Teach Us (NESN)


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