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Rose City Roundup: Two CONCACAF Draws

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Today's Roundup wraps up the weekend's games, including two U.S. wins on the 100th birthday of U.S. Soccer and a demoralizing Thorns loss at the hands of a team that had not won a game yet. Plus, after a couple tries, the CCL group stage is set and people are already whispering about expansion in Florida.

Champions League Groups Set After Botched Draw
CONCACAF momentarily forgot its own rules for the group stage, but after a second draw the groups are finalized.

Chivas USA fans crowdfunding a skywriting protest against owner
Fox Soccer gets wind of a fan protest that started on Reddit.

Reversal of Fortune
Slide Rule Pass tries to address some of the questions raised by the Thorn's loss to the Chicago Red Stars.

WNT vs. Canada: Alex Morgan Second Goal - June 2, 2013
Alex Morgan's second goal this weekend made me want to beg and plead with Tobin Heath to come to Portland and never ever go back to PSG. Here it is for anyone who may have missed it.

Breaking Down the United States' Win Over Germany
What the United States did well on Sunday and what problems are still there to be fixed.

A Tale of Two Cities: Kansas City and Orlando
One of the flaws in the USOC draws is that a few MLS/USL Pro affiliate pairs have ended up facing one another.

Orlando and Miami in MLS for 2016?
Little more than a week after the NYC FC announcement, there are already rumors about the next MLS expansion.