According to multiple reports, Columbus Crew left back Milton Valenzuela will miss the entire 2019 season with a torn ACL as he'll miss 9-12 months. Valenzula played a big part in the Crew's success last season, producing six assists in 30 appearances.
Comparing Super Bowl Llll & MLS Cup 2018 attendances both soccer and football Cup Finals. MLS Cup 2018 which was the most recent MLS season that occurred had the attendance of 73,019 people while the Super Bowl Llll had a total of 70,081 people attending it. MLS final had almost 3,000 more people attending the game than the NFL final.
Current Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has told ESPN FC he is interested in managing a Major League Soccer side in the future, saying: "Of course I see myself there one day." Many well known managers in the past and present have been know to either join MLS or have interest in joining and managing an MLS team. Could Pochettino possibly manage an MLS team in the near future with him pretty much confirming that he could possibly arrive at some point in the near future to the United States. His move to MLS could be huge in the world of football/soccer/futbol. The Argentine manager has managed Espanyol, Southampton, and at the moment manages Tottenham Hotspur.
1. FC Cincinnati: Frankie Amaya CAM UCLA
2. San Jose Earthquakes: Siad Haji CAM VCU
3. Orlando City SC: Santiago Patino ST FIU
4. FC Dallas: Callum Montgomery CB Charlotte
5. Colorado Rapids (Via Chicago): Andre Shinyashiki ST Denver
6. Toronto FC: Griffin Dorsey F/MF Indiana
7. Minnesota United FC: Dayne St. Clair GK Maryland
8. Houston Dynamo: Sam Junqua D CAL
9. New England Revolution: Tajon Buchanan F Syracuse
10. FC Dallas: John Nelson LB North Carolina
11. New England Revolution: DeJuan Jones F Michigan State
12. NYC FC (Via Galaxy): Luis Barraza GK Marquette
13. FC Cincinnati: Logan Gdula RB Wake Forest
14. DC United: Akeem Ward RB Creighton
15. Minnesota United (Via Chicago (Via Colorado)): Chase Gasper D Maryland
16. New York Red Bulls (Via Cincinnati): Roy Boateng CB UC Davis
17. Real Salt Lake: Sam Brown MID Harvard
18. Columbus Crew SC: JJ Williams ST Kentucky
19. LA Galaxy (Via NYC FC): Emil Cuello CAM SMU
20. Seattle Sounders: Tucker Bone CM Air Force
21. Sporting KC: Kamar Marriott CB Florida Gulf Coast
22. New York Red Bulls: Janos Loebe M Fordham
23. Portland Timbers: Ryan Sierakowski ST Michigan State
24. Atlanta United FC: Anderson Asiedu CDM UCLA
Official: LA Galaxy announced today that the club has hired Guillermo Barros Schelotto as Head Coach. Schelotto, 45, joins the LA Galaxy after completing his third season with Boca Juniors, where he led the historic club to two Argentine Primera División championships. Barros Schelotto has managed Lanús & Boca Juniors. During his playing career, he played a total of 118 games for Columbus Crew from 2007-2010.
Report: According to multiple reports, Guillermo Barros Schelotto has left Boca Juniors and is reportedly the number one target for Columbus Crew. Other reports coming out of Argentina has mentioned that he’s already negotiating with Columbus Crew to become the next manager. Barros Schelotto has managed Lanús & Boca Juniors. During his playing career, he played a total of 118 games for Columbus Crew from 2007-2010.
Official: Atlanta United today announced it has agreed a multiyear contract with Frank de Boer to become the club’s next head coach. A legendary Dutch player and coach, de Boer began his managerial career at Ajax, where he won a club-record four consecutive Eredivisie titles. De Boer also had an illustrious playing career, spending more than 15 combined seasons at Ajax and FC Barcelona. De Boer will be formally introduced to the media before the start of the 2019 season. The Dutch manager has managed Netherlands national team(Assistant), Ajax, Inter Milan, and Crystal Palace. He has been well know to being a very successful defensive player alongside his brother Ronald de Boer.
Report: According to multiple reports coming from all over the world. Frank de Boer is currently being targeted as a potential new manager for Atlanta United. I also have an inside source saying that he is currently being highly considered alongside Guillermo Barros Schelotto. The Dutch manager has managed Netherlands national team(Assistant), Ajax, Inter Milan, and Crystal Palace. He has been well know to being a very successful defensive player alongside his brother Ronald de Boer.
Rumor: FC Barcelona legend Centerback Carles Puyol is reportedly a candidate to become the next Atlanta United Head Coach. The 40-year-old, who made 392 appearances with Barcelona, has not managed a professional team before.
Report: A club source confirmed Orlando City SC received a proposal from Liga MX side Cruz Azul via Yotún and his agent. The source added the club is negotiating with Yotún, offering him options to stay in Orlando, and has “no intention” of selling him at this time.