From the Wide World of Soccer:
The NCAA is moving forward with video review in soccer: should the MLS? [Empire of Soccer]
Jurgen hints that Pulisic will make the Copa squad, making all other 17-year-olds feel unaccomplished. [ESPNFC]
MLS tries to sound confident about Miami despite nothing actually being financed. [Orlando Sentinel]
US Soccer Federation says the gender pay gap between national team players is only 2.2% [ESPNW].
The Guardian sits down with Sebastian Giovinco to talk TorontoFC and Europeans coming to play in the States. [The Guardian]
Serie A club Sassuolo gifts us one of the worst own goals I've ever seen. [VICE]
Steven Gerrard gives a shout out to Nagbe, but says Seattle has the best game-day environment. [MLS]
Right in Stumptown:
Don Garber chastises Bruce Arena for his hot take on the De Jong tackle. [NBC Sports]
Shocking research shows that the better the team is, the more expensive tickets are on the secondary market. [Yahoo Finance]
Jaime B. interviews Klute on his rehab process. [Oregon Live]
FiveThirtyEight's ELO predictions for NWSL this year aren't kind to the Thorns. [FiveThirtyEight]
Darren Mattocks is interviewed as part of a KICK profile on the Reggae Boyz, and their influence on soccer culture in Jamaica. [Youtube]
Feel free to discuss these and any other soccer-related stories in the comments below. If there are any links that you think would be of interest to the wider community, let me know and I'll be happy to update the post.