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The Daily Dirt, July 4: Made in America

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Fans at watch fireworks explode

Today is the start of a big month for Atlanta United as the MLS transfer window is now open through August 3. All signs are pointing to some important activity for the club in preparation for the 2017 MLS season.

Stay tuned with the whole Dirty South Soccer crew as we will be on top of anything Atlanta United related that will break over the next few weeks.

Today, we will finish our Big Board series along with other looks at the transfer window and the lovingly called Silly Season.

Enjoy the holiday, but keep one eye on Twitter and Facebook in case news breaks...


New York City FC gets the job done, finally defeating a team from NY, with a 2-0 win over the Red Bulls (Hudson River Blue)

Matt Besler comes off the bench to notch a late winner for Sporting Kansas City, taking them to a 3-2 win over 10-man Columbus (The Blue Testament)

This might have been the true highlight though, Crew coach Gregg Berhalter with the skills exhibition on the sideline:

The MLS transfer window is now open through August 3. (MLS)

Orlando City expects to be busy this summer (Orlando Sentinel)

The fans are not happy in Orlando (The Mane Land)


Portugal’s Nani being chased by Stoke City and Valencia (The Guardian)

Noel Gallagher interviews Pep Guardiola... yes, you read that right (Manchester City)


The Hawks are not done remaking their roster (Peachtree Hoops)

Braves fall to the Marlins in the Fort Bragg game (Talking Chop)

Let’s all laugh at the Saints, shall we? (The Falcoholic)