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Former USWNT goalkeeper Briana Scurry, pictured here after the U.S. beat Brazil in the 2004 Summer Olympics, earned a Hall of Fame selection this week.
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During a busy week in soccer, Real Madrid claimed the MLS All-Star Game in penalties, Briana Scurry earned a selection to the USSF Hall of Fame and an Israeli club made an offer for Lee Nguyen. Get caught up on all the action with these 10 stories:

Revolution News

Revs reject transfer offer for Nguyen / Seth Macomber, The Bent Musket
An Israeli side tried to swipe the Revolution midfielder.

Watch every Revs goal from July /
Teal Bunbury and Kei Kamara dominated a busy month for the Revolution.

Who’s the greatest Revolution player of all time? / Nick Hemming, The Bent Musket
Join the conversation in this week’s open thread.

Major League Soccer News

Schweinsteiger: Europe could use an All-Star Game / Thomas Floyd,
The MLS captain thinks a superstar showcase would catch on across the pond.

Beckham gets approval for Miami expansion side / multiple authors, Miami Herald
Miami could have an MLS club by the end of the summer.

Zidane praises MLS following All-Star Game / Alicia Rodriguez,
The French legend had nothing but good things to say about the league’s quality.

How RSL’s youth movement saved its season / Paul Tenorio, FourFourTwo
Mike Petke’s side has a new foundation to build on.

Two teams file lawsuit over lack of pro-rel in U.S. /
Does the American soccer system violate FIFA rules? These semi-pro teams think so.

U.S. Soccer News

Briana Scurry first black woman to enter HOF / Stephanie Yang, Stars and Stripes FC
The former USWNT goalkeeper finally got her due.

Klinsmann vs. Arena by the numbers / Jared Young, Stars and Stripes FC
What separates the current and former U.S. boss?