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Disciplinary Committee suspends Acosta; Altidore, Cascante, Zahibo fined |

Injury-plagued Portland Timbers focused on capturing a win in midweek matchup with Orlando City -

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Which Rivalry Tops the List? - YouTube

Atlanta's Shea out for season with 'destroyed' knee
Atlanta United full-back Brek Shea is out for the season after suffering a serious right knee injury that will require surgery, said Frank de Boer.

New groundbreaking West End Stadium design unveiled | FC Cincinnati

Power Rankings: LAFC can't be knocked off perch at the top |

Explaining Atlanta, the unforeseen soccer hotbed of America - Once A Metro
A trip for Red Bulls-Atlanta became a search into how the Five Stripes captured the imagination of a once-derided sports city.

Sacramento still on radar for Major League Soccer expansion team
In an update released Monday, Major League Soccer confirmed Sacramento remains in the running for a new expansion team during an announcement highlighting the bids of other cities.

Rumor: LAFC’s Diego Rossi a transfer target for Krasnodar? - Angels on Parade
Report in Russia claims talks are underway.

The new LA Galaxy supporters’ section: First impressions - LAG Confidential
Pretty, pretty, pretty good.

D.C. United’s Luciano Acosta loses appeal of MLS suspension, will miss a second game - The Washington Post
Midfielder will miss Thursday's game at FC Cincinnati in wake of red card against FC Dallas that already cost him one match.

The Earthquakes have adapted to Matías Almeyda’s tactics, and MLS should be on notice – The Athletic ($)
Breaking down how players' comfort with the unique man-marking system has led the Quakes to a hot run of form

LA Galaxy tip caps to LAFC, particularly midfield, ahead of El Trafico duel |

CHARLOTTE MLS: Charlotte reps give update on MLS bid | WSOC-TV
Charlotte got another chance to make its case to Major League Soccer for expansion.

Revs show signs of ambition with Gustavo Bou signing, leadership changes, new training ground – The Athletic ($)
It appears that the Krafts may finally be bringing the Revolution up to speed with the rest of MLS

Chicago Fire: Trading Mo Adams another step in wrong direction
By trading away a player like Mo Adams, the Chicago Fire are making yet another mistake that will only further disappoint their ever-shrinking fanbase.

A refereeing controversy where both teams are right was this week’s one weird thing in MLS – The Athletic ($)
The latest Hudson River Derby was won thanks to poor communication from the officials, leaving everyone confused

It's gut-check time for Philadelphia Union | Pro Soccer USA
After falling 4-0 on Saturday night, the Philadelphia Union face a gut-check moment of their season against three Eastern Conference foes.

Do LAFC have a goalkeeper dilemma? - Angels on Parade
It appears they have two capable starters in Miller and Sisniega.

With his contract ending, what does Michael Bradley’s future look like with Toronto FC? – The Athletic ($)
Few MLS players are as synonymous with one club as Michael Bradley is with Toronto FC.

Colorado Rapids supporters start GoFundMe to get Italian fan to home match |

Leagues Cup: Liga MX, MLS teams square off in quarterfinals next week |