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Bayern Munich's striker Mario Gomez cele

Bayern Munich’s striker Mario Gomez celebrates after Bayern Munich won the UEFA Champions League second leg semi-final football match Real Madrid against Bayern Munich at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid on April 25, 2012. AFP PHOTO / PIERRE-PHILIPPE MARCOU (Photo credit should read CHRISTOF STACHE/AFP/GettyImages)

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What we’re thinking, what we’re watching, what’s coming on the blog today and the RASNoD (Random American Soccer Name of the Day). Setting up your day in soccer …

Big Important story of the day: Coming out of Europe, the final Champions League semifinal leftovers will be cleared off the media table. And on our side of the Atlantic, Major League Soccer will (probably) hand out suspensions today.

What you should watch on TV: Not much out there today. Honestly, I don’t know about the rest of you, but with Champions League tenseness the last two days, and with a big mid-day match ahead on Monday from England, I could use the break.

Ahead on the blog today*: As its NFL Draft Day, college selections are on my mind. I’ll look back on which MLS clubs have done well for themselves at recent SuperDrafts.

RASNoD (Random American Soccer Name of the Day): Leo Cullen

Twitter dap: Jürgen Klinsmann ‏ (@J_Klinsmann): “It has been another great season of Champions League. Looking forward to the Final between Chelsea and Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena.”

PST background noise while blogging today: Jessica Lea Mayfield

We’ll leave you with this: I know a lot of people are upset about all the starters out for the Champions League final, and the issue of caution accumulation will be topical in days to come. The cry will rise to eliminate or curtail the practice cards carrying over from one round the next in a tournament. But there’s another way to look at it: Don’t get yellow cards!

*Always subject to change; you know how it is