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Blue Links: Teal Bunbury, Los Angeles FC, and the 2018 NFL Draft

Lots of exciting moments in MLS this weekend. Unfortunately, none happened to Sporting KC.

MLS: Sporting KC at New England Revolution Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports

Good morning and happy Monday. Here’s what you need to know today:

Around the Club

  • (MLS) Did you miss Teal Bunbury’s weird goal on Saturday? Decide for yourself if it should’ve been allowed
  • (The Blue Testament) Our recap on Sporting KC’s 1-0 loss to the New England Revolution
  • (The Bent Musket) Diego Fagundez knew it was a goal. Peter Vermes was less sure
  • (Kansas City Star) Johnny Russell wanted to quit soccer two years ago. He’s thriving with Sporting KC
  • (St. Louis Post-Dispatch) STLFC rallies for tie with cross-state rival Swope Park in Kansas City

Around North America

  • (Backpage Football) Have MLS’s foreign imports affected the US National Team?
  • (Columbus Dispatch) Crew’s relocation threat, spring weather conspire to sabotage attendance
  • (Los Angeles Times) Banc of California Stadium raising the bar for soccer-specific venues
  • (Reddit) Minnesota United fans singing “Wonderwall” after their win on Saturday
  • (Atlanta Journal Constitution) Atlanta United has received no offers for Almiron
  • (Pro Soccer USA) Michael Bradley praised as ‘the perfect player’ by Gregory van der Wiel
  • (Eighty Six Forever) Opinion: Whitecaps’ Supporters’ Protests Are Well Meaning But Lacking In Direction
  • (The Star Halifax) Halifax expected to secure Canadian Premier League franchise soon
  • (MLS) Stejskal: How MLS teams are using discretionary Targeted Allocation Money
  • (Football Paradise) The MLS Player You Should Philosophically Fall in Love With

Around the City

  • (Royals Review) A Cheslor Cuthbert bomb sends the Royals past the White Sox 5-4
  • (Arrowhead Pride) Meet the six new Chiefs drafted this weekend
  • (Rock M Nation) The 2018-19 Mizzou men’s hoops roster is almost complete
  • (Bring on the Cats) K-State wide receiver Byron Pringle signs with the Chiefs
  • (Rock Chalk Talk) Jayhawks’ defenseman Dorance Armstrong selected by the Dallas Cowboys in the 4th round of the NFL Draft