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Around the Forest: Nagbe Up, Owen Coyle down.

Noteworthy links from Stumptown and the rest of the web on 5/26/16.

Sean Pokorny-USA TODAY Sports

From the Wide World of Soccer:

Orlando City SC and Philadelphia Union managed a 2-2 draw last night; Ken Tribbett scored his first career MLS goal. [Brotherly Game]

Does Giovinco's exclusion from Italy's Euro 2016 squad hurt MLS recruitment? [World Soccer Talk]

Rightly or wrongly, Owen Coyle has been put out of his misery as manager of the Dynamo. [BBC Sports]

Mike Francesa is pissed that a SOCCER PLAYER is on the cover of Sports Illustrated. Things like that didn't use to happen in polite society, you know? Other things Mikey is mad about: women having the right to vote, Hostess changing the formula for Twinkies, and CBS taking JAG off the air - that Commander Harmon Rabb had real moxie, the type not seen since Perry Mason!  [Deadspin]

Right in Stumptown:

Nat Borchers confirms that he gave his new baby girl the middle name 'Rose' as a homage to the Rose City. [Oregon Live]

Jamie B. focuses on the traveling issues in MLS; avoids making a "What' AIRLINE FOOD!" joke. [Oregon Live]

Looking ahead to Saturday's matchup, Fire Coach Veljko Paunovic's talks injuries and how to matchup with the Timbers. [Chicago Now]

More highlight from last night's USMNT game, in which Nagbe and Pulisic really stood out. [ESPNFC]

Klinsmann coy about how much he will increase Darlington's role for Copa America. [MLS]

Amadine Henry and Lyon have advanced to the UEFA Women's Champions League Final. []