the facundo torres one, that was posted on Dia de los inocentes ( December 28th), which is basically april fools day in latin america. some replies in spanish also mention this. i mean it can still happen of course buti dont take news as serious on that day.McKenzie, 21, moves on after three seasons as one of the best young centerbacks in MLS. He's joining the club that developed global superstars Kevin De Bruyne and Thibaut Courtois.www.inquirer.comDet har talats om en comeback för Gustav Svensson, 33, i IFK Göteborg.Men nu kan det i stället bli Guangzhou City FC (tidigare Guangzhou R&F) för mittfältaren, enligt kinesiska medier.www.fotbollskanalen.se
We are doing something. We just haven't done it yet.
he claims its not true, still could be they are negotiating.
We'll probably sign two DPs in the summer. Because of all the congested football, they won't be at 100% when they start playing around August. We walk into the playoffs and have another early exit.If we enter the season without 3 DPs, by god I swear...it will be just like all our other seasons.
Euros are this summer so they'll probably be fitWe'll probably sign two DPs in the summer. Because of all the congested football, they won't be at 100% when they start playing around August. We walk into the playoffs and have another early exit.
And sadly I think this will be an ongoing cycle until we have a stadium and CFG starts to spend more money since more money is coming in from sponsorship and ticket sales.
I definitely did not see FC Cincinnati, of all teams, putting out one of the highest incoming transfer fees in league history. Good for them.TRANSFER TRACKER STATUS: Signing FC Cincinnati have acquired forward Brenner from Sao Paulo as a Young Designated Player, the club announced Tuesday. Brenner, 21, is a highly regarded Brazilian youth international. He broke through at Sao Paulo in recent years and enjoyed his best season so far as awww.mlssoccer.com
The new Gabriel Jesus, they say!
I did - their foray into MLS hasn't been big, but their ambitions have always been high. They're one of those teams like Columbus, Philly, that I like seeing do well.I definitely did not see FC Cincinnati, of all teams, putting out one of the highest incoming transfer fees in league history. Good for them.