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Well, that sure was a weekend!

Aaron loves a good link dump
Aaron loves a good link dump
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ENGLAND:

QPR face Premier League discipline after a number of their fans threw stuff at Chelsea players yesterday.

Raheem Sterling learned it by watching Jack Wilshere.

Rotherham United may have three points deducted after the Football League determined they fielded an ineligible player.

Benik Afobe thinks Arsenal may have been "wrong" to loan him so many times.

Samir Nasri: Arrogant or misunderstood? I have an opinion.

EUROPE:

Manchester United target Edinson Cavani is not moving in the summer, say PSG.

Manchester United target Dani Alves is happy at Barcelona and is not moving in the summer, says Dani Alves.

Roberto Mancini is going to pick over the leftovers at Manchester City this summer and end up with Samir Nasri, Yaya Toure, and James Milner. Also from that link: In a classic case of "burying the lede", Dougie Freedman has pledged his future to Nottingham Forest. Not the actual forest, though, the soccer team.

MLS/US:

Yesterday was a bad day for Cascadia, as both the Timbers and the Sounders lost at home.

The Boston Red Sox' Shane Victorino has noticed a difference in Yankee Stadium's turf already, after only two NYCFC home games. Can't wait until October. Or September, I guess, since the Yankees won't be playing past October 4.

Jurgen Klinsmann has called up 13 MLS players for Wednesday's US-Mexico friendly in San Antonio.

MLS and US Soccer have a new sugar water sponsor.