Wednesday Links

Story of the Day:

ESPN Soccernet sits down with Adrian Heath manager of the Austin Aztex to talk about his legacy in English Football among other things: An Englishman in Texas.

Other Good Reads:

Beau Dure has a great piece on Robbie Findley in this morning’s USA Today.

My piece on Bob Bradley’s decision to cap several players eligible to play for other nations.

Jeff Carlisle reports that Aaron Pitchkolan is facing a potential a suspension.

Former Atlanta Silverback Mac Kandji is the MLS Player of the Week . MLS Daily has all the details.

Next Season Sports tries to rationalize James Riley’s red card.

Climbing the Ladder has some MLS stats you can use.

WVHooligan on FC Dallas continued problems.

(My Take: Firing Colin Clarke three years ago set this current situation in motion. The die was cast at the end of the 2006 season.)

Miami FC finally expects USSF clearance for the two Cuban defectors signed a month ago.

Speaking of Miami FC it appears like Facundo Erpen is headed to Europe.

MLS Rumors reports on a potential Superliga match in St Louis.

MLS loosens its Academy Rules.(This is long overdue)