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Timbers Tid Bits: Longest Week Ever Edition

The New York Red Bulls mix things up in the front office and MLS goes purple.

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Can you believe it's only Wednesday? Yesterday I convinced myself on numerous occasions that it was Friday. I also had a dream about this weekend's game, the first of many I'm sure. In it, a Bright Dike header was the opening goal, but a player named Flickert (a new signing, I assume) scored a brace to win it for Seattle. I can't wait to see what other versions of the match R.E.M. sleep will produce.

May the weekend come quickly. Until then, enjoy today's news.

Former AS Monaco President Takes Over for General Manager & Sporting Director Erik Soler
Erik Soler will remain as an internal adviser of the Red Bulls.

What the front office shake up means going forward
Once a Metro talks about what the RBNY news actually means.

Should TFC take a run at Erik Soler?
Waking the Red with a different take on the news.

MLS: five things we learned in week 30
The Guardian calls the Cascadia matches this year "a bit of a let down."

Major League Soccer to Go Purple for Spirit Day
Spirit Day is an annual event to speak out against bullying and show support for LGBT youth.

Zinedine Zidane headbutt statue unveiled in French capital
Not MLS news, but simply too awesome to omit.

The Designated Player: The Indomitable Snowman, Part 1
Kei Kamara is much more likeable than I care for the opponent to be.

Five best MLS fanthems
We're on the list. Is anyone surprised?

Soccer By Ives: USMNT Daily Update: Who should partner Cameron in central defense?
For Ives Galarcep, Geoff Cameron starting in the next World Cup Qualifier is a given. Between Clarence Goodson and Carlos Bocanegra, who else should get the start?