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Premier League multi-club loan ban could impact Newcastle’s January transfer plan 

“Some teams are keen for the rules to include permanent transfers between associated clubs, rather than just loans. They also want to restrict clubs from signing players back within two transfer windows of them leaving, to ensure they do not gain what is seen to be an unfair advantage over their peers.”

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USL and CBS Sports reach landmark multi-year rights agreement 

“Through the deal, CBS Sports will broadcast select USL matches, including the USL Championship Final, on the CBS Television Network– the first time USL competition will be featured on network television in league history. Matches on the CBS Television Network will also simulcast live on Paramount+. CBS Sports will also televise more than 20 USL matches on CBS Sports Network annually and 75 USL matches each season on CBS Sports Golazo Network, the 24/7 soccer streaming network available across multiple platforms, including Paramount+.”

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NCFC signs historic global partnership agreement with Liga MX's CF Monterrey 

"North Carolina FC and Club de Fútbol Monterrey today jointly announce a multi-faceted partnership agreement, whereby the clubs will share knowledge and resources to create a powerful pro pathway opportunity for young players across the U.S. and establish an active and collaborative relationship between the two North American clubs at the academy and professional levels."

Read more from USL League One.

Kitman Labs Launches ‘The Football Intelligence Platform’ For Premier League Academies 

“The platform gives academies data accuracy and the ability to conduct advanced analytics at a league, club, or player level. Staff will manage player pathways through performance benchmarking and personalised development plans, in addition to providing tools, reporting, insights and actionable data to achieve specific operating and performance outcomes.”

Read more from Endurance Sportswire.

USL to Transfer San Diego Franchise Rights 

“Bottom line, no matter how well a team performs on the field, having the right stadium situation is essential for all professional sports teams. We are working with our current and expansion clubs to develop soccer-specific stadiums that will ensure a strong commercial foundation for the clubs and give fans a place to call home for decades.” - USL Deputy CEO Justin Papadakis


“That Miami team is going to go. Their ownership’s going to spend like crazy and they’re going to make them the best team in the league, and they might already be one of the best teams in the league. So yeah, that’s coming and I don’t think anything’s stopping that. It’s the way it’s going.” - Jim Curtin, Philadelphia Union Head Coach

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How the USWNT’s Pipeline Got Fractured by a Youth Soccer Turf War 

"If you look at the countries in Europe or Japan, those players, where they play, … the number of games that they play, the number of training sessions — compare that with all our players that are in college. If you're four years in college or four years in the youth academy of Barcelona or Olympique Lyon, that's a huge difference." - Mirelle van Rijbroek, Director of Girls Talent Identification, USSF

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This NJ Sports Agency Will Soon Be Rooting For Some of Their Star Clients at the World Cup 

“For me, being a player who didn't make barely any money, it's very nice to be on the other side, trying to get these girls as much as I can because I think they deserve it. I want them to be able to do this without having another job." - Jaime Freeman, General Manager of Women’s Soccer, Remington Ellis Management

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Failure Rate of American Soccer Clubs Worst in The World 

"From 1992 to present, the United States has seen more than 150 men’s and women’s professional soccer teams go out of business. .... It’s unlikely, short of relocation, that we’ll see another MLS team fail anytime soon. That’s a very good thing. However, at the division two and three levels and on the women’s side, losing a club, or clubs, remains a very real threat each year."

Read more from World Soccer Talk.