Abject failure. Coaching not good enough. Roster not good enough. Hard to invest emotionally when they won't invest money, time or effort.
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Atlanta supposedly is shopping around Villalba who wants more playing time to boost his chances of being selected by Paraguay for the Copa America this year.
He knows the league, could play up top and has a countryman here in Kaku. Lawrence also might not be here much longer so that beef between him and Villalba is a non-factor.
Will Hamlett and Armas do anything?
Atlanta supposedly don't want to trade / sell him within MLS either.
Hearing per multiple sources that John Tolkin has been offered a contract by #RBNY and is likely to sign with the first team. U17 national team player is a big Homegrown signing for club.
Can play outside back or central midfield.
Anyone have more intel on what to expect from him?
Seagrist will be our starting LB after Hamlett salary dumps Lawrence.
Did anyone see the video Red Bull posted on Twitter prior to the draft where Hamlett was mumbling about players needing to fit our system? Its like he has rehearsed lines ready to say.
SuperDraft picks, homegrowns and RBNYII players. "Cheap" is a system I guess.
Unless you are an ardent follower of Hull City, you may not have heard of Leo Lopes, a 21-year-old Portuguese midfielder who has spent the last six years working his way through Englands lower leagues. He may, though, represent something of a changing of the guard for an entire league.
This month, Lopes could move to Major League Soccer, to play for the Red Bulls. To most, it would not represent a dial-shifting transfer: Lopes is hardly a Zlatan or a Rooney or a David Villa. But he is precisely the sort of profile of player that M.L.S., increasingly, is trying to attract: young, gifted, energetic a player seeking a stage to demonstrate the scale of his talents, rather than a place to mask how much they are waning.