Discussing the MLS CBA, the no pro/rel ruling from CAS, Red Bull New York hiring Kevin Thelwell, England replacing Harry Kane, Haaland in the Champions League and for Norway, Barcelona's DNA, a challenge system for VAR, and the 5 people most important to the US Men's National Team's World Cup qualification campaign.
00:00 — Daryl's solo take on the US Soccer CEO news
3:45 — Overview of the new MLS CBA
14:45 — The Court of Arbitration for Sport's final ruling on whether or not FIFA should force the US to implement pro/rel
18:40 — Should New York Red Bulls fans be happy or worried that Wolves' Kevin Thelwell has been named head of sport?
27:10 — Given Harry Kane's fitness issues, does England's best starting XI at the Euros still have him playing up top? What are some alternatives?
35:10 — Can Erling Haaland play in the Champions League for Dortmund this year having played for RB Salzburg?
36:20 — The Norwegian men's team hasn't been good for a while. Is Erling Haaland part of a new generation or a one-off for a team that is mediocre?
41:20 — Today's show is sponsored by Simple Contacts. Get $20 off if you visit http://simplecontacts.com/tss20 and use code tss20
44:30 — I’ve heard a few people say that Arturo Vidal isn’t a Barcelona player. What exactly is a Barcelona player? (Also: Leo Messi drama!)
53:40 — Would a tennis-style challenge system fix VAR?
59:20 — Who are the five most important people in the USMNT's World Cup qualification campaign?
1:13:30 — Updates from the TSS Scouting Network