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Royal Roundup - July 30, 2017

Monarchs Make Statement in Phoenix Romp, Sounders win third straight, Fanendo Adi leaves Portland in grand fashion, FC Dallas hat trick hero Michael Barrios, Wayne Rooney puts his nose on the line, United States 1-1 Australia: Horan preserves unbeaten run

MLS: Houston Dynamo at Portland Timbers Troy Wayrynen-USA TODAY Sports

The Royal Family

  • Bill Riley: A ‘hat trick’ of thoughts on Real Salt Lake and San Jose (KSL)
  • Nick Rimando’s reaction save helps Real Salt Lake earn a point on the road vs San Jose (Deseret)
  • San Jose Earthquakes 0, Real Salt Lake 0 | 2018 MLS Match Recap (MLS)
  • Monarchs Make Statement in Phoenix Romp (USL)


  • Seattle Sounders win third straight, roll past NYCFC (SBI)
  • Josef Martinez, Atlanta United continue dominance on the road (SBI)
  • Alphonso Davies’ dominant performance shows why Bayern Munich bought him (MLS)
  • Sporting KC’s Ike Opara: Every little thing that could go wrong is going wrong (SBI)
  • Fanendo Adi leaves Portland in grand fashion with game-winning goal (MLS)
  • FC Dallas hat trick hero Michael Barrios “rewarded” for hard work all year (MLS)
  • WATCH: Wayne Rooney puts his nose on the line to defend a corner (MLS)

Other US Leagues

  • Report: Fanendo Adi, Fatai Alashe heading to FC Cincinnati (SBI)
  • Chicago Red Stars vs Sky Blue FC Game Postponed to a Later Date (OSC)


  • U.S. defender Chris Richards ‘super ecstatic’ after first Bayern Munich start (Goal)
  • United States 1-1 Australia: Lindsey Horan preserves US Women’s unbeaten run (ESPN FC)


  • Valiant Spurs recover from first half football lesson to tie Barcelona at the Rose bowl (Prost Amerika)
  • Report: Qataris hired PR firm to sabotage rival World Cup bids (Pro Soccer Talk)
  • Neymar admits exaggerated reactions at World Cup in ad (Fox Sports)
  • Klopp sidesteps mind games (ESPN FC)
  • Manchester United problems increase with Ander Herrera and Eric Bailly injuries (ESPN FC)