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Lion Links: 11/6/16

Pride players make use of their off-time, Molino gets replaced and more in today's Lion Links!

Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Good morning Lions fans! I hope your Saturday was restful, but if you're anything like me you missed pulling on your purple jersey to watch Orlando take the field. As you slowly adjust to life without Orlando City, check out these links to see what your favorite players are doing with their newfound freedom.

Molino Out for Trinidad and Tobago

As I am sure some of you are aware, Kevin Molino is serving a two-game suspension from the team for breaking the rules during camp for the Caribbean Cup. This means that Molino will miss the upcoming games for the CONCACAF 2018 World Cup Qualifying Tournament. To take his place, Trinidad and Tobago have named John Bostock to their 23-man roster ahead of the tournament. This is Molino's second infraction with the National Team and may prove to be costly for the attacker in the future. Fans are hopeful that once the suspension is up, Molino will be back to help the team prepare for the World Cup.

Ashlyn Harris Joins TV show

During her off-season break, Ashlyn Harris is back home in Brevard County, appearing on a local TV show. The Space Coast Office of Tourism-commissioned program will highlight places to visit and eat, which is why producers brought along Harris. The crew spent the day filming Harris at Yellow Dog Cafe in Malabar, talking about why Harris loves the town so much.

"I love this place, and it’s beautiful," Harris said.

Steph Catley may have a Career in Modeling

While back home in Australia, playing for Melbourne City FC, Steph Catley has taken some time off and ditched her soccer attire for some high-end fashion. Catley, along with her Matildas teammates Caitlin Foord and Ellie Carpenter posed for a fashion shoot with Stellar, the three of them nearly unrecognizable. The teammates then sat down to talk about their careers, their rise to the National Team, and their hopes for better pay and playing conditions for women.

For your Viewing Pleasure

In case you missed it, the U.S. Beach Soccer team scored a killer goal from midfield in their last match.

Pride Players Take the Field in Australia

Steph Catley and Melbourne City FC begin their campaign for the W-League Title today against the Newcastle Jets. Due to the game being played in Australia, there won't be many ways to watch the match unless you hope to stay up until 3:00 a.m.

That's it for today, enjoy your Sunday!