MLS Week Two Talking Points: Welcome Back Cubo Torres

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From Last Word on Soccer, by Joe Hojnacki It was a very cold week in MLS. Indeed, the New England Revolution-Orlando City match was cancelled due to cold and high winds in Foxborough, Massachusetts. Minnesota United, on the other hand, had no such qualms about the weather. Their first ever MLS home game was the […] READ MORE






LWSC’s Mock 2016 MLS Expansion Draft

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From Last Word on Soccer, by Joe Hojnacki and Daniel Sperry With the list of players able to be selected in the 2016 MLS Expansion Draft, we decided to take a stab at which players Atlanta United and Minnesota United will take from current MLS rosters. The draft will be five rounds long with each […] READ MORE


Rising MLS Expansion Fees Harmful to Growth

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If reports from MLS deputy commissioner Mark Abbott are to be believed, the league could be charging a lot more money for prospective expansion teams. MLS recently wrapped up its Board of Governors Meetings, and the topic of expansion was on the forefront of discussions. In a statement posted to mlssoccer.com on Monday, Abbott stated […] READ MORE



Minnesota United Supporters Should Be Furious

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Minnesota United, currently plying its trade in the NASL, is expected to make the jump to MLS for the 2017 season. Joining along with them will be Atlanta United, owned by Atlanta Falcons and Home Depot mogul Arthur Blank. This would mean a pair of “United” clubs would join the league at the same time, […] READ MORE