1. Work on the Miami Freedom Park deal was placed on hold by Miami city attorney Victoria Mendez
less than 24 hours after voters gave
the city the green light to negotiate with David Beckham's Inter Miami CF group, which plans to build a soccer stadium and commercial development on a municipal golf course near Miami International
Airport. Mendez instructed city commissioners and employees not to communicate with the Beckham group while an ethics complaint was resolved. The complaint alleges Beckham and his partners were
registered as lobbyists for a previous business entity -- but not their current company for which they lobbied the city on behalf of the Miami Freedom Park project. 2. Sebastian Soto, 18, was one of two players German club Hannover 96 brought in for training
this week from its U-19 team. Soto, who led the
Development Academy U-18/19 age group in scoring last season with 42 goals in 27 games for Real Salt Lake, has eight goals and three assists with the U-19s since arriving in the summer.
3. Telemundo Deportes will air all 32 Under-17 Women's World Cup matches from Uruguay.
Nine matches will air live on Universo, while the
rest will stream on Telemundo Deportes' app and via TelemundoDeportes.com. The 16-team tournament kicks off on Tuesday. The USA opens play the following day against Cameroon.