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On Sunday, Major League Soccer’s only authentic derby will be born. Manchester City’s brothers from across the pond, New York City FC, will play the New York Red Bulls in Harrison, N.J.
It’s not often that a kid from southern California, playing youth soccer year-round outdoors at the highest level, would then choose to move to the East Coast for his college experience.
After partnering with MLS to produce trading cards two years ago, Topps has teamed up with MLS WORKS, the league’s community outreach initiative, to create the “Topps Healthy Habits Card.”
Lloyd Sam scored in the 90th minute and New York tied D.C. United 2-2 on Saturday night.
Marsch is engaging, honest and straightforward. He’s perhaps the ideal replacement for Petke in a media market that crucifies those who fail to be transparent.
MLS may be 20 years old but there is a lot that’s new this season, from the overall league rebranding, to a pair of high-profile expansion teams and an influx of internationally proven talent.
Major League Soccer and its players’ union have agreed in principle to a new CBA, establishing free agency for the first time and averting a possible strike ahead of Friday’s season opener.
Grella, a Long Island native, made the team after a tryout during the team’s first preseason trip to Orlando, Florida.
The all-time leading goal scorer for Australia, Cahill hopes to announce his future plans soon.
American midfielder Sacha Kljestan is returning to Major League Soccer with the New York Red Bulls.
Felipe was pulled aside by Montreal coach Frank Klopas ahead of practice Tuesday and told he was headed to New York. The 24-year-old Brazilian was a regular in Montreal’s lineup since the team joined Major League Soccer three years ago.
The move came two weeks after Ali Curtis was hired to replace Andy Roxburgh as the team’s sporting director.
Curtis, 36, will be responsible for all soccer activities at the club, including player acquisition, scouting and oversight of the coaching staff.
Former Arsenal, France and Red Bulls striker Thierry Henry announced his retirement on Tuesday, ending a 20-year career in which he earned a place in the pantheon of modern greats.
It was as improbable a love story as has ever been written in New York City sports, an enigmatic Frenchman and a city that wants passion from its stars.