One big question facing each Eastern Conference team as preseason begins
Can Anthony Fontana fill Brenden Aaronson’s shoes?
Report: FC Dallas set to sign Hungarian winger
Szabolcs Schön turned 20 years old this last September and is a left wing player capable of playing on both wings. Szabolcs was signed in 2019 by MTK Budapest, arriving on a free transfer from the Ajax U19s, where he had played in 37 matches.
Inter Miami sign Brazilian defensive midfielder Gregore
Gregore made 101 Brazilian Serie A appearances with Bahia over the last three seasons and played 14 matches in the international club competition CONMEBOL Copa Sudamericana.
Report: Vancouver Whitecaps chasing Sporting CP defender Bruno Gaspar
Gaspar came through the famed Benfica academy before moving to Vitoria Guimarães. He was a regular with Portuguese youth national teams but recently switched affiliations to Angola, where he’s made a handful of appearances.
LA Galaxy officially unveil retro-inspired secondary jersey
The jersey, which features black and tech green vertical stripes with yellowish piping, is an homage to a 1997 jersey worn by the club, with Adidas putting their own small design touches on this edition, including the trademark three stripes running along the shoulders.
The Crew to sign midfielder Marlon Hairston
Hairston last played for Minnesota United in 2020 as he shifted from a wide right midfield role to play in the center of the park. He also has played fullback and could be a possible backup option to veteran right back Harrison Afful.
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Rapinoe scores twice as USWNT repeats at SheBelieves Cup
Carli Lloyd, Kristie Mewis, Alex Morgan and Christen Press also scored, and the U.S. women also become the first team to have three straight shutouts in the SheBelieves Cup, which is in its sixth year.
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UCL Rewind: Man City down Gladbach, Mendy winner propels Real Madrid
Manchester City’s stellar winning run continued on Wednesday with Pep Guardiola’s side taking one step towards a place in next month’s quarterfinals.
Euro 2020 will go on as planned, could have fans – COVID-19 chief
UEFA has asked the 12 host nations to provide their plans for stadium entry and other issues. The governing body last year outlined four operational scenarios — for full stadiums, 50-100% capacity or 20-30% capacity and games behind closed doors.