Soccer’s unsolvable piracy problem (The Atlantic)
Gus Johnson Isn’t Here Anymore (Vice)
Soccer fans fear future Fox coverage (National Sports Journalism Center)
World Cup 2018: Can Fox match ESPN? (Sports Illustrated)
David Beckham looks north
(The Miami Herald)
Soccer blogs profiled (PR Newswire)
Criticism of Michael Bradley is unfair
(CBS Boston) 
Does US really have the most fans in Brazil?
(BBC News)
World Cup breakout players
(USA Today)
The 2014 World Cup Broadcaster Draft (Awful Announcing)
Interview with Life Elsewhere (WMNF)
Gus Johnson 1-on-1: “I want to create an American sound” in Soccer Broadcasting (The Big Lead)
Gorkana meets Christopher Harris (Gorkana)
Manchester United and Real Madrid officially coming to Ann Arbor Aug. 2 (Michigan Live)
U-M still negotiating to bring Real Madrid-Manchester United match to Michigan Stadium (Detroit News)
Still unclear if Manchester United and Real Madrid will play at Michigan Stadium (Michigan Live)
Manchester United, City and Liverpool to play in summer US tournament (The Guardian)
Manchester United could play Manchester City, Liverpool and Real Madrid in pre-season tournament in USA (The Telegraph)
Liverpool might play in Chicago (Chicago Sun-Times)
Charlotte not ready to host a Super Bowl (ESPN)
AS Roma invited to the International Champions Cup (Corriere dello Sport)
Manchester United and Real Madrid may be playing in Michigan Stadium (College Football Talk)
Manchester United and Real Madrid to play at Michigan Stadium (NBC Pro Soccer Talk)
Liverpool returning to North America (SB Nation)
Manchester City vs. Liverpool soccer match coming to Bank of America Stadium (Charlotte Observer)
Report: Manchester United to play Real Madrid at Michigan Stadium on Aug. 2 (Detroit News)
Report: Manchester United and Real Madrid to play professional soccer game in Ann Arbor (Michigan Live)
Real Madrid and Manchester United Reportedly May Play in Michigan at Big House (Bleacher Report)
City, United and Real Heading to USA after World Cup? (Soccerly)
Big-time soccer match coming to Charlotte this summer (NBC Charlotte)
Interview with World Soccer Talk founder Christopher Harris (Swans FC)

Three questions about Swansea City (SB Nation)
Interview about Americanisms in soccer commentary (BBC World Service)
‘In the six’ and football’s other strange Americanisms (BBC News)
A Crash Course in X’s and O’s, Then C’s and Z’s (The New York Times)
FOX’s Gus Johnson is just what American soccer needs (New Republic)
Gus Johnson makes his world soccer broadcasting debut (Sports Illustrated)
Why Fox’s Gus Johnson Could Be a Good Fit, Eventually (Bleacher Report)
Radio interview, numerous appearances (World Soccer Radio)
Radio interview, numerous appearances (talkSPORT)

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