Wednesday Kickoff: CONCACAF, Di Maria, Suarez and more

Wednesday Kickoff: CONCACAF, Di Maria, Suarez and more

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Wednesday Kickoff: CONCACAF, Di Maria, Suarez and more

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A major change may soon be coming to CONCACAF, while Angel Di Maria discussed a plan for a potential international retirement.

CONCACAF president Victor Montagliani says the federation could re-brand to distance itself from a “toxic” recent history. (REPORT)

Angel Di Maria says he will quit the Argentinian national team if they lose one more international final. (REPORT)

Luis Suarez is reportedly nearing a new deal with Barcelona that would keep him with the club until 2021. (REPORT)

Real Madrid midfielder Isco says he is “contemplating” leaving the club in the summer due to lack of playing time. (REPORT)

Paulo Dybala says he is not nearing a move to Barcelona as he nears a contract extension with Juventus. (REPORT)

England fullback Danny Rose says he agrees with Alan Shearer’s assessment that the Three Lions have become a “laughing stock”. (REPORT)

Cardiff City has appointed Neil Warnock as the club’s manager. (REPORT)

TUESDAY REWIND

Goalkeeper David Bingham is looking to prove himself with the U.S. Men’s National Team in the absence of Tim Howard and Brad Guzan. (READ)

With the Hexagonal closing in, Fabian Johnson remains the USMNT’s best option at left back. (READ)

John Brooks will reportedly return to Hertha Berlin following the USMNT’s clash with Cuba. (READ)

Bob Bradley discussed his move to Swansea following his final win in charge of Le Havre. (READ)

The Seattle Sounders continue to flourish to headline the latest edition of the SBI MLS Power Rankings. (READ)

Maryland remains atop the latest edition of the SBI College Soccer Top 25. (READ)

The Jacksonville Armada officially hired Mark Lowry as full-time head coach. (READ)

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