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The Blue Links: 7/18/13

The best links from Sporting Kansas City and around the soccer world.

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CJ Sapong is back in Kansas City after a brief stint with Orlando City. Kevin Ellis was also recalled quite quickly after he was loaned out. I don't know who is more annoyed, Orlando City, or Sporting's travel agent.

The New York Times has a great article about Matt Besler and his ascent to the United States National Team.

Graham Zusi is now refocusing his attention on the Supporters Shield race after losing the highly sought after and highly publicized MLS player of the year ESPY to Theirry Henry.

There was an, ahem, interesting goal attribution in the Colorado match last night. Not sure if it's as good as "buttfumble" but "assgoal" is pretty good.

Calvin Lasister has a passionate and well written piece on what the Cauldron means to him and how the group has evolved into what it is today.

Sporting Kansas City is going all out in their menu for the All-Star game, serving up an international culinary experience. serving up an international culinary experience.

The Montreal Impact are starting a new member's club that will give the supporters a bigger voice within the club. With all the success that Sporting's had, this should continue to catch on throughout the league.

Finally there's this delightful website that archives Jurgen Klinsmann's interesting style choices. Whatever you may think of him as a coach, there's no denying his fashion sense.