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Musket Rounds: Revs Youth, Rangers Going Down, Soumare, And More

Is Captain America coming home? Also, good Lord but Giorgios Samaras is ugly. (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)
Is Captain America coming home? Also, good Lord but Giorgios Samaras is ugly. (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)
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It's been a longer layoff than I would have liked, but I'm back with the Musket Rounds. Despite the fact that we've gone something like four or five days (including the weekend) without a link roundup, I don't actually have too much for you today. But the news that's here is quite juicy, if I say so myself. So, I won't keep you. On to the Rounds!

Revolution Links

Revs' extra push pays off in Toronto - Boston New England Revolution Blog - ESPN Boston
Brian O'Connell looks at the attitude and drive that turned around a two-goal halftime deficit in Toronto.

Youth Playoffs Update: June 25 | New England Revolution
The Revs U18s and U16s are in the playoffs this year, and the U18s kicked off their campaign with a 1-1 draw against New York.

Other Soccer Links

Reports: Rangers will not get approved for Scottish Premier League - Soccer By Ives
Um...holy @$@%. So...Boca and Bedoya to MLS? I bet Edu goes to France or something.

Bakary Soumare, former rising star in MLS, joins Philadelphia | ProSoccerTalk
The man who once fetched a record MLS transfer fee for a defender is back in the league, set to join Philadelphia when the international transfer window opens Wednesday. This could absolutely solve all of Philly's defensive problems. Soumare's the real deal, or at least he was.

More Conclusions In Progress: The State Of The Homegrown Program " The Shin Guardian
Always a good idea to read The Shin Guardian, and always a good idea to check up on the Homegrown program in MLS. Darius Tahir writes.