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Portland Timbers

News Roundup: Union win, as do Steel, Orlando City gets disciplined, and Griezmann to Barcelona

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Plus- Castillo rumors still circulating, more Rooney scuttlebutt, Italy wins the World Cup? and Jurgen Klinsmann alternate-timeline fiction.

Major Link Soccer: Sports betting is now legal

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Well, federally legal. States will still have to decide on their own. Wayne Rooney should be coming soon, maybe you can bet on that.

Seattle

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It was a really really good celebration.

ATF: Veteran MLS Goalkeeper Jon Busch Retires

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Also: TMZ talking Wayne Rooney, the five most improved teams, Iniesta to MLS and more!

Portland

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"Portland-Seattle didn't need MLS. MLS needed Portland-Seattle." As much as anybody, Taylor Twellman would know.

Everton

Allardyce sacked as Everton manager, Silva favoured for job

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London (AFP) – Sam Allardyce was on Wednesday sacked as manager of Premier League side Everton after just six months and despite guiding them away from trouble to an eighth-placed finish, the club announced.

The 63-year-old had come under fire from fans over the route one style of play and former England and Manchester United star Wayne Rooney was rumoured to want to move if Allardyce stayed.

Allardyce sacked as Everton manager, Silva favoured for job

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London (AFP) – Sam Allardyce was on Wednesday sacked as manager of Premier League side Everton after just six months and despite guiding them away from trouble to an eighth-placed finish, the club announced.

The 63-year-old had come under fire from fans over the route one style of play and former England and Manchester United star Wayne Rooney was rumoured to want to move if Allardyce stayed.

Rooney and Allardyce futures set to be decided

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London (AFP) – Everton supporters should know by the end of the week whether Wayne Rooney and manager Sam Allardyce will be with the Premier League club next season.

Allardyce rescued the club from a perilous position when he took over last November but fans have criticised his direct style of football and it has been rumoured Rooney wishes to leave the club if the former England manager remains.

Rooney and Allardyce futures set to be decided

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London (AFP) – Everton supporters should know by the end of the week whether Wayne Rooney and manager Sam Allardyce will be with the Premier League club next season.

Allardyce rescued the club from a perilous position when he took over last November but fans have criticised his direct style of football and it has been rumoured Rooney wishes to leave the club if the former England manager remains.

Report: Wayne Rooney says goodbye to Everton team-mates ahead of MLS move

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Wayne Rooney has reportedly bid farewell to his Everton team-mates as he prepared for a move to Major League Soccer (MLS).

The 32-year-old Rooney made a return to his boyhood club last summer following a successful 13-year spell with Manchester United.

Though he is past his prime, Rooney endured a decent season and managed to score ten times across 31 Premier League appearances.

Everton boss Allardyce: Rooney has not yet asked to leave

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Everton manager Sam Allardyce confirmed in his news conference Friday there does appear to be some interest from MLS side D.C. United in signing forward Wayne Rooney.

It was revealed Thursday that Rooney could be on the verge of a move to MLS. Friday, that saga took another turn. News came out that Rooney would be missing Everton's final match of the Premier League season at West Ham United on Sunday due to a knee injury.

Rooney ‘hasn’t asked to leave’, says Everton boss Allardyce

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London (AFP) – Everton manager Sam Allardyce said Friday Wayne Rooney has not asked to leave the club despite reports he has agreed a “deal in principle” to move to the United States.

Rooney has reportedly agreed a £12.5 million ($17 million) deal with Major League Soccer side DC United that would see the 32-year-old leave his boyhood club just 12 months after rejoining them from Manchester United.

Rooney ‘hasn’t asked to leave’, says Everton boss Allardyce

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London (AFP) – Everton manager Sam Allardyce said Friday Wayne Rooney has not asked to leave the club despite reports he has agreed a “deal in principle” to move to the United States.

Rooney has reportedly agreed a £12.5 million ($17 million) deal with Major League Soccer side DC United that would see the 32-year-old leave his boyhood club just 12 months after rejoining them from Manchester United.

Wayne Rooney agrees MLS move

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Wayne Rooney’s sensational move to MLS club DC United has been ‘agreed in principle’ according to BBC Sport.

Over the past 24 hours speculation has been rife over the former England striker leaving Goodison Park.

Rooney returned to Everton last summer after spending 13-years at Manchester United.

Wayne Rooney Agrees ‘Preliminary £12.5m Deal’ To Join DC United, Three Different Clubs Likely To Be Paying His Wages

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It looks like Wayne Rooney will be stinking up the Premier League joint no longer after news broke that the Everton man has agreed a deal "in principle" to join DC United this summer.

Earlier in the week, we learned that Rooney's camp had held "serious talks" with DC, which in turn have lead to a deal being struck "in principle" between the two parties.

Rooney agrees ‘deal in principle’ to move to MLS: reports

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London (AFP) – Wayne Rooney has agreed a “deal in principle” to join Major League Soccer side DC United from Premier League club Everton, reports said Thursday.

It has been suggested a £12.5 million ($17 million) deal has been agreed that could see the 32-year-old leave his boyhood club just 12 months after rejoining them from Manchester United.

Report: D.C. United agrees to ‘deal in principle’ with Wayne Rooney

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It appears that Wayne Rooney's proposed move to MLS is getting closer.

According to BBC Sport, Rooney has agreed in principle with D.C. United on a deal worth approximately $16.2 million. It's unclear what portion of the deal would represent Rooney's salary and what portion would be a transfer fee to sign the English star.

‘Looooool’, ‘WTF’ – fans laugh at Everton flop in ‘advanced talks’ with MLS club

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Everton forward Wayne Rooney has been linked with a move to MLS side DC United, just one year after re-joining the Toffees from Manchester United. The England international has had a mixed return to Goodison Park and is reportedly in ‘advanced talks’ with DC United over a summer move.

Rooney has scored and created a respectable 14 goals in 40 games in all competitions for the Toffees, but his performances have left a lot to be desired.

Everton star linked with MLS move

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Everton striker Wayne Rooney is being linked with a sensational move ‘across the pond’ according to The Washington Post.

Rooney has found life difficult after returning to his boyhood club last summer.

First-team chances have been few and far between in recent months. With the ex-Manchester United man last netting a Premier League goal back in December.

Reports: Wayne Rooney In ‘Serious Talks’ To See Out Playing Days In MLS With DC United

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Wayne Rooney is in "serious talks" with DC United to see out the rest of his playing days in the United States.

The Washington Post have it that the MLS side currently have a "50 percent chance" of signing Rooney, with negotiations between the two parties "accelerating" over the past couple of weeks.

Rooney eyes jump to MLS with DC United – report

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Washington (AFP) – Former England captain Wayne Rooney is in advanced talks to join D.C. United of Major League Soccer from his Premier League club Everton, the Washington Post reported Tuesday.

The 32-year-old former Manchester United striker has a year remaining on his contract with Everton, but reportedly is frustrated with his role at his boyhood club, where he returned last July.

Rooney eyes jump to MLS with DC United – report

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Washington (AFP) – Former England captain Wayne Rooney is in advanced talks to join D.C. United of Major League Soccer from his Premier League club Everton, the Washington Post reported Tuesday.

The 32-year-old former Manchester United striker has a year remaining on his contract with Everton, but reportedly is frustrated with his role at his boyhood club, where he returned last July.

'Fringe player': Popular pundit claims 2017 Everton signing getting frustrated

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Popular football pundit Tony Cascarino has suggested in The Times that Wayne Rooney is becoming a fringe player at Everton and his fairy tale move to his boyhood club is not working out after his unimpressive display against Liverpool in the Merseyside derby on Saturday.

The 32-year-old joined Everton on a free transfer from Manchester United last summer after reportedly taking a 50% wage cut to reignite his career.

Rooney chose Everton ‘pressure’ over China payday

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London (AFP) – Wayne Rooney says he chose the “pressure” of returning to boyhood club Everton over a massive payday in China when he left Manchester United.

The former England captain was linked with a move to the Far East in the final months of his career at Old Trafford but eventually decided on an emotional homecoming 13 years after leaving Goodison Park.

Rooney chose Everton ‘pressure’ over China payday

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London (AFP) – Wayne Rooney says he chose the “pressure” of returning to boyhood club Everton over a massive payday in China when he left Manchester United.

The former England captain was linked with a move to the Far East in the final months of his career at Old Trafford but eventually decided on an emotional homecoming 13 years after leaving Goodison Park.

False Alarm: Incoming Missile Alert Accidentally Sounded During US Coverage Of Tottenham’s Win Over Everton (Video)

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Fans watching MSNBC's live coverage of Tottenham's thronking of Everton momentarily had their hearts in their mouths whenan 'incoming missile' alert was sounded.

As the players milled about on the Wembley pitch, an ominous scrolling banner appeared and issued a civil danger warning to alert viewers that a ballistic missile had triggered the Hawaii Emergency Alert System.

D.C. United

Analyzing Taylor Twellman’s comments about D.C. United and Wayne Rooney

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The former Revs striker had some thoughts about the Black-and-Red on tv during Sunday's Cascadia clash

Over the past couple of years, as D.C. United has waxed and waned between a playoff contender and one of the worst teams in the league, the team has been a quiet presence within MLS. With all the new exciting expansion teams entering the league, and United's insistence upon prudence, cobbling together teams while paying rent at RFK Stadium waiting for Audi Field to become a reality, United has slipped into anonymity for the most part.

D.C. soccer teams still lose, a (paid) Audi Field stadium tour & more: Freedom Kicks for 5/14/18

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And...all the Wayne Rooney you can handle.

Hi, hope the mother you know by blood or marriage had a good day yesterday.

Recaps of D.C. United's 3-2 loss to Real Salt Lake by us, WaPo, MLS and RSL Soapbox. Happy 200th win to Nick Rimando by the way. Drop a gamer you like in here if you'd like.

Wayne Rooney Freedom Kicks: Rooney

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If you're going to keep pondering this Rooney thing, at least do it outside

Before we descend into the world of Wayne Rooney to D.C. United talk that is consuming us all, I'd like to take this time to note that it's supposed to be beautiful outside today. Find a way to get out there.

We are now in a world where TMZ is asking Ben Olsen about Wayne Rooney | Black and Red United
I wrote this last night in part to try to wrap my own head around this bizarre world we find ourselves in.

Major Link Soccer: Wayne Rooney ready for D.C. United move

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MLS mid-week clashes, US Open Cup games and some NWSL games as well.

Seattle

That 5-4-1 formation for the Sounders seemed to work out just fine against Toronto FC last night. It worked so well that it led to this for the first time in 2018.

First "Jingle Bells" of the year!

Reports: Wayne Rooney has agreed in principle to a D.C. United deal

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This has gone from 0-60 very quickly

In news that has developed very quickly, D.C. United has gone from interested in Wayne Rooney last year, to in serious talks with him earlier this week, to now an agreement in principle with the all-time leading scorer for the English men's national team.

News Roundup: Union are losers; Fabi & C.J. injured?; MLS & USOC results; more

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Plus EPL scores, beIN can't catch hackers, new Chicago USL team, and more.

Thursday Freedom Kicks: Rooney to DCU talk dominates

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Wayne Rooney, Wayne Rooney, Wayne Rooney!

Good morning! There was a ton of soccer stuff yesterday and not only was a lot of domestic, the hottest news is in D.C. Let's get to it.

Wayne Rooney transfer would be a big gamble D.C. United appears willing to make | The Washington Post
D.

D.C. United versus Real Salt Lake, and an Eastern Conference check-in

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Finally, some games

Wayne Rooney may or may not be coming to D.C. United, but Filibuster will always be coming to your ears. Jason and Adam kick off the show (12:29) by going team-by-team up the Eastern Conference standings to get a lay of the land in the first segment. Ben had been sidelined by goat fever and was unable to participate, though he still used his goat hooves to edit this episode.

Report: Wayne Rooney in serious talks with D.C. United

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English star Wayne Rooney could very well be joining Major League Soccer in the near future.

According to the Washington Post, Rooney is in 'serious talks' with D.C. United in regards to joining the club this summer. Talks have reportedly accelerated over the past few weeks and the report states that D.

Sir Alex Ferguson

Top Five Memories from Arsene Wenger’s battles with Manchester United

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Arsene Wenger said it best when he visited Old Trafford for the last time as Arsenal manager at the end of this April; it was easy for Manchester United to be nice to him because, in his own words, he's no longer a 'danger'. That's certainly been true of his North London side for the best part of the last decade, but that doesn't stop his intense rivalry with Sir Alex Ferguson from continuing to provide both sets of fans with some remarkable memories.

Football World Reacts As Sir Alex Ferguson Has Emergency Surgery For Brain Haemorrhage

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Manchester United legend Sir Alex Ferguson has had emergency surgery for a brain haemorrhage.

The 76-year-old Scot, one of the true greats of the game, had the procedure on Saturday in Salford and, according to a statement from United, all went well.

Sir Alex Ferguson has undergone surgery today for a brain haemorrhage.

Top Five United Memories from the Etihad

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Trite as it sounds, one of the reasons that we all love football to ridiculous levels is its ability to surprise us, and Saturday's Manchester derby at the Etihad Stadium was no exception. 2-0 down at half time, playing poorly, big names struggling and City ripping United apart at will...well, of course, we were going to win 2-3.

The Rest

Jermain Defoe Reveals England’s 2010 World Cup Camp Was So Boring He Watched Wayne Rooney’s Entire Wedding On DVD

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Jermain Defoe has given us all an insight into what life was like playing for England under Fabio Capello's strict rule, specifically the day-to-day monotony of the Three Lions' 2010 World Cup camp.

England were based inRustenberg for the tournament in South Africa, with Capello "tightening the screws" (his words) to instil a sense of professionalism and belonging in a squad that arrived "switched off".

Chelsea Make Laughable 63m Bid For Mauro Icardi

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Chelsea have made the first move to sign in-demand Inter Milan striker Mauro Icardi.

The 25-year-old Inter captain is a target for a number of Europe's top clubs, including Real Madrid, after scoring 22 goals in 26 appearances for the Serie A side this season.

Crowns, Car Washes And Coolboxes: 16 Of The Strangest, Naffest ‘Man Of The Match’ Awards Ever Bestowed

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Last week, Franco Armani put in a stoic 'Man of the Match' shift to keep Boca Juniors at bay as River Plate triumphed in the Argentinian Super Copa.

As a fitting reward for his endeavour, the goalkeeper was subsequently forced to appear on television wearing an actual crown at the behest of sponsors Burger King, thus somewhat diminishing the prestige of his award.

Mourinho says no problem with Pogba after dropping midfield star

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Manchester (United Kingdom) (AFP) – Jose Mourinho says his relationship with Paul Pogba remains rock solid despite having dropped his star midfielder, hitting back at pundits who questioned whether the Frenchman is being used in his best position.

Pogba, 24, has been under an intense spotlight since being substituted in Manchester United’s defeat at Tottenham and left out of the starting line-up for last weekend’s home win over Huddersfield.