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Musket Rounds: Predicting the U.S. Gold Cup Roster, plus more daily links

Eight stories worth reading from MLS, U.S. Soccer and beyond.

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In the latest edition of Musket Rounds, read about the legend of the late Tony DiCiccio, predictions for the U.S. Gold Cup roster and more. You can check out the complete roundup of stories below:

Revolution News

Horse Guy is a Revolution man, myth and legend /
Who’s the man behind the horse mask? Jon Sigal digs deeper.

Can the Revolution thrive in a 3-5-2 formation? / The Bent Musket
Join the conversation in this week’s open thread.

Major League Soccer News

Vieira laughs off rumors of opportunities abroad /
Though flattered by rumors of a move to Europe, the Arsenal legend says he’s focused on coaching NYCFC.

Ibrahimovic attracting interest from Serie A and MLS / ESPN FC
As rumors about his future swirl, the 35-year-old forward says “everything is possible.”

Who is the best MLS Designated Player signing of all time? / FourFourTwo
Keane or Villa? Scott French and Paul Tenorio duke it out.

National Women’s Soccer League News

Lloyd says Dash “not fit enough” / The Equalizer
Carli Lloyd wasted no time calling out her teammates after her recent return to NWSL.

U.S. Soccer News

Predicting the final U.S. Gold Roster /
Do Kelyn Rowe and Juan Agudelo deserve a spot? Matthew Doyle weighs in.

World Cup champion coach Tony DiCiccio passes away / The Equalizer
The world renowned coach, who led the Breakers from 2009-2011, left his mark on women’s soccer. Read more about his legend.