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Soccer officials need to become anonymous again - SBNation.com
See, I think the opposite: soccer officials need to be answerable to the media after games. Accountability drives responsibility and consistency.

Facebook, Google and Netflix not ready to enter Premier League TV rights battle | Football | The Guardian
Facebook, Google and Netflix are not submitting bids for the next round of Premier League TV rights, with most analysts believing Sky and BT will remain the major players

Graham Potter: ‘I’ve shown there’s another path for English managers’ | Football | The Guardian
The 42-year-old former Southampton player is making his name at Sweden’s Östersund and now faces his biggest and most exciting test – a Europa League tie with Arsenal.

Mario Balotelli: Nice striker should be protected - Fare - BBC Sport
Mario Balotelli "should be be given added protection by referees" against racist chants and incidents.

Tottenham squad cost less than Everton to create - Football365
Transfer spend isn't really an indicator of anything, but this is kind of a cool look at who spends the most on transfers.

USMNT to play Paraguay, Ireland France in 2018 friendlies | SI.com
The U.S. men have filled out three dates on the international calendar, taking on two teams who also missed the World Cup in addition to one of the favorites in Russia.

Harry Kane: Ex-Arsenal academy director reveals rejection reason | SI.com
It was the right decision at the time, but it didn't quite turn out the way Arsenal had thought.

When Saturday Comes - From knotweed to music fans – how even top clubs' pitches used to suffer
With Mauricio Pochettino complaining about Rochdale's pitch, it's worth looking back at when most playing surfaces were a mess.

Lens supporters display banner urging Mona Lisa loan move - Howler Magazine
TRANSFER RUMOR: Mona Lisa to Lens?