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The Daily Dirt, September 16: I Hear You Knockin’

Let’s catch up on #Tata2ATL, shall we?

Club Atletico de Madrid v FC Barcelona - UEFA Champions League Quarter Final Photo by Gonzalo Arroyo Moreno/Getty Images

Interesting day yesterday on the rumor front, huh?

Let’s play catch up on where everything stands with the Gerardo Martino rumors this morning. Last night, Argentine media began reporting on the possibility of Tata coming to Atlanta to become United’s first manager.

The reports run the gamut, from Martino discussing the opportunity with Atlanta to it being a done deal. Some reports have placed Martino in Atlanta now. As with all reports, anything can happen until the contract is signed and the press release goes out. We will keep you posted on anything that breaks on this front today, make sure you are following us on Twitter and Facebook for the latest.

You have to admit, it’s a little exciting to see this graphic though:

For more discussion on Martino, check out this morning’s new edition of the Peachtree Post as Jarrett Smith and I talk about his career and what he could bring to the table in Atlanta.


The U.S. Women’s National Team won big in Heather O’Reilly’s farewell game (Stars and Stripes FC)

Megan Rapinoe did kneel during the national anthem while representing the U.S. (Stars and Stripes FC)

The Red Bulls win 1-0 in the CONCACAF Champions League on a 90th minute goal from Sacha Kljestan (Once a Metro)

In an excerpt from his autobiography, Steve Nicol talks about how things ended for him with the New England Revolution (ESPN)


Hull City finally offers their vacant managerial job to Mike Phelan, who has done shockingly well in an interim basis (BBC)

Liverpool and Chelsea meet today in some Friday Night Football in the Premier League (Liverpool Offside)


Will Bagrou coming into his own for Mercer (WGXA)