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Royal Roundup: Columbus Crew name restored after supporters pressure owner

BYU Women ranked #17 in final poll, NYRB defender Aaron Long out for 2021 season, Manchester United owner will meet with fans, and more.

Syndication: The Columbus Dispatch Adam Cairns/Dispatch via Imagn Content Services, LLC

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Supporters and MLS fans revived the “Save the Crew” vibe after the club owners re-branded nearly two weeks ago to drop the “Crew” name. It was announced Wednesday that the “Crew” will be restored. [Massive]/[TS]


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  • [SocWire] BYU Women land in 17th in the NCAA 2020-21 final coaches poll.
  • [MLS] Two Real Salt Lake players made the list of standout players for the league thus far.


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  • [USSP] Seattle Sounders are one MLS Cup win away from being the best MLS dynasty team in history.
  • [NWSL] Rose Lavelle has joined OL Reign as an allocated player after playing for Manchester City during the WSL season.
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  • [ESPN] PRO’s Howard Webb says that VAR is working well in MLS, and other leagues should learn from it.
  • [FRS] NBC Sports have named the announcer team that will call the Olympic soccer games this summer.
  • [SBI] US International Tyler Adams has returned to the US to rehab after a back injury playing for RB Leipzig.


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  • [FIFA] Four Asian teams are vying for the final two berths in the Futsal World Cup set to begin in Lithuania this September.
  • [Guardian] Manchester United co-owner Joel Glazer will meet with fans in aftermath of protests against his family ownership.
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