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TMK: Chat with Robb Heineman today at noon

Just 3 weeks away from the opening of Livestrong Sporting Park (and the end of the disastrous road-trip that it caused), I guarantee you've got questions for Sporting Kansas City owner and president Robb Heineman.

Today at noon at KansasCity.com, Heineman will answer your questions during a live chat (

click here to join

). Ask him about Peter Vermes job security. Ask him about what the new stadium needs before it opens. Ask him whatever you want, it's rare that a sports owner has an open forum with his fans.

Also today, Sporting Kansas City's reserves are in Chicago to take on the Fire reserves today at 11 a.m. You can follow the highlights on

Twitter

.

Yesterday was a

very good day for the Major Indoor Soccer League.

I really was very pleased with my

Fight Club-Sporting KC mash-up yesterday

.

I want you to go ready this right now (but please come back):

We'll get you Peter Vermes, and your little dog too!

The stadium designer talks about creating Livestrong Sporting Park.

The translation doesn't entirely make a lot of sense, but the

Aaron Galindo-to-Kansas-City rumors are heating up again

.

I should probably really dust off my college Spanish, I have a nagging suspicion I'll need to get better at it this season.

Omar Bravo is happy in KC and hopes to train well enough to play this weekend.

Link is in Spanish.

Just about everything you ever wanted to know but where afraid to ask about MLS ticketing.

Tifos: Meaningless status symbols among fans or the new measurement by which MLS supporters' groups measure themselves? Discuss.

Seattle's was really, really big. MLS attendance up for week 9. Freddy Adu: Returning to MLS wouldn't be easy and I would like to stay in Turkey.

And with that Freddy Adu has left the building. MLS is too hard?

Sports Illustrated has Teal Bunbury on the U.S. Gold Cup roster

, but is it possible

he'll be battling former KC forward Herculez Gomez for that spot?

Should've linked this yesterday, but there was a massive brawl in Sunday's Mexican playoff game between Cruz Azul and Morelia. It began when a fan came on the field at the wrong time to get an autograph and ended with

Cruz Azul's goalkeeper getting kicked off Mexican Gold Cup squad for headbutting a coach.

Swansea City took a big step toward promotion by beating Nottingham Forest to get to the Championship play-off final. They will play either Cardiff City or Reading.

West Ham United -- who were relegated on the weekend and fired head coach Avram Grant -- had more trouble last night

as police were called to investigate an incident at the team's dinner

. Allegedly, fans turned their ire on striker Demba Ba.

The owner claims it was a racist fan causing the trouble.

I'll leave you this morning with two really fantastic goals (only, one is the greatest own goal header I've ever seen).

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