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Tuesday Links

Here’s a sampling of what’s making the rounds in the world of soccer today:

 

Revolution homegrown signing Diego Fagundez was among the goalscorers at the US Soccer Development Academy Winter Showcase this past weekend. [New England Soccer Today]

I’ll never pass up an opportunity to link a Ginge rant. Today, he spouts off on the Clown Prince of CONCACAF, Jack Warner. [Ginge Talks The Footy]

Jonathan Kraft called into the DA Show on 98.5 the Sports Hub to talk Revolution with Damon Amendolara. [revolutionsoccer.net]

Hey, look! More reasons to hate Qatar 2022! [Unprofessional Foul]

Unfortunately, it would appear rumors linking Herculez Gomez and Jose Francisco Torres to MLS are false, or at least misinterpreted. [Soccer By Ives]

Yesterday, Mike Ashley made one of the most widely-panned personnel moves in the world of soccer when he fired promotion-winning coach Chris Hughton for apparent "lack of experience." I’m a Magpie fan, I can’t even begin to contain my hatred of Ashley and his Cockney Mafia right now. [Two Footed Tackle]

Taylor Twellman is doing an interview series with Matthewsf about his retirement, injuries, depression and future in the game. Part 1 is a must-read. [The Shin Guardian]

The Washington Post is reporting that the LA Galaxy are still making a play for Ronaldinho, but the ball is firmly in his court at this juncture. [Soccer Insider]

Our good friend Frank Dell’Apa explains how the upcoming Club World Cup in Dubai might be a preview of Qatar 2022 [Boston.com]

Jamaica won their second straight Caribbean Cup, finalize all but five of the remaining places in the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup [US Soccer Daily]

….I still hate Mike Ashley, and so does Magnakai Haaskivi [Avoiding The Drop]

Finally, Drew Epperley is working tirelessly to get everyone up to speed on the Re-Entry Draft. His latest examines the process and the behavior we can expect from both clubs and players. [WVHooligan]