Wrapping up a days worth of news, links, rumors and rampant speculation.
“We feel that the Seattle player [Evans] got an unfair advantage on the throw-in,” [U.S. Soccer Director of Referee Development Paul] Tamberino said. “We always give our players a little bit of leeway on the point of the throw, two or three yards. But in this case it’s a good 12 to 15 yards advantage, and it’s an unfair advantage.”
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