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The Daily Dirt, July 5: Stir It Up

We hope you had a great holiday weekend, let’s get you caught up on what you might have missed here at Dirty South Soccer.

Andres Guardado confirms MLS interest
POLL: Will Atlanta United acquire a DP this summer?
Atlanta United Big Board: Central Midfielders
Atlanta United Big Board: Wingers
Alex Tambakis notches another shutout
How to spot a bogus transfer rumor

With the MLS transfer window now open, the news will be hitting all the time. Please be sure to follow DSS on Twitter and Facebook for the latest.

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Dallas claims the best record in MLS with a comprehensive 4-0 thrashing of Orlando. (Big D Soccer)

The only fireworks were after the game in Commerce City, Rapids and Timbers finish scoreless (Burgundy Wave)

Robbie Keane scores on a beautiful curler to lead LA to a 2-0 win over Vancouver (LAG Confidential)

But then, Nigel de Jong was on the field, so you knew this was a possibility:

Matt Doyle looks at transfer window possibilities around MLS (Armchair Analyst)

Houston Dynamo plan to be “incredibly proactive” in improving their roster during the transfer window (Houston Chronicle)

Vancouver could be busy as well, here’s an in-depth look at their options (The Province)

Great look at Toronto’s roster situation and what they might look at doing during the transfer window (Waking the Red)

Kwadwo Poku left New York in search of more playing time (Pulse)


Jose Mourinho dropping bombs at his first Manchester United press conference:

The chase is on for Andre Gomes as Real Madrid, Barcelona, Chelsea, and Manchester United are after his signature (Managing Madrid)

Has AC Milan been sold? (The AC Milan Offside)


Talking Chop has the latest news in Braves Country (Talking Chop)

With the Hawks still needing to shore up their roster, who is still out there for them? (Peachtree Hoops)

Sony Michel’s broken arm is a huge setback for the Georgia Bulldogs (Dawg Sports)