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Monday Morning Union Freekicks: Back To The Grind – Another EPL Player Contemplates MLS, SuperDraft Talk



It's back to the grind for us working folks…and I couldn't be any less happier.  As much as I'd like to always be on vacation, it can't last forever.

We have lots of fun stuff planned for you this week – we're always kicking around crazy ideas here at the Brotherly Game office.  I woke up way too early (6 am) and I am pretty sure that Scott never sleeps.  That's what you call dedications, folks.

Join the discussion below.

West Ham Striker Benni McCarthy Pondering An MLS Move [] – The 33-year old has seen his playing time decrease with the Hammers, and says he has other options in England and Europe, as well as North America.  Do I sense a theme here?

The High School Soccer Debate, and Where Did We Go Wrong? [Daily Soccer Fix, Steve Davis] – Davis explores the reasons why clubs discourage talent from playing with their local community and school teams.  Great piece.

2011 MLS SuperDraft Profiles: Perry Kitchen [Black And Red United, Martin Shatzer] – This Akron defensive midfielder is the top-rated player in the draft according to Soccer By Ives

My Years Timbers Resolutions [Stumptown Footy, Geoff Gibson] – What Geoff is hoping for from his team in their first MLS season.

Asian Cup 2011 About More Than Qatar Hosting a Tourney [Sounder at Heart, Dave Clark] – Don't overanalyze the hosting country – they've done this tourney before – but look at the depth of this region.

Looking Ahead to the SuperDraft [Hot Time in Old Town, Ryan Sealock] – Looking ahead to the SuperDraft from a Chicago Fire perspective.

Why 2011 Could Be Even Better For Real Salt Lake [RSL Soapbox] – How RSL could improve on their great 2010

Aston Villa Vs. Chelsea: 3-3 Draw, Ciaran Clark the Hero [7500 to Holte, Kirsten Schlewitz] – A calm game turns wild towards the end as Villa narrowly avoid defeat.

[EDIT 12:35 pm] – Please check out the "High School Soccer Debate" linked just added.  Not to be missed.

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