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Costa Rican Keysher Fuller solves a lot of problems on the cheap (transfer market 250k). Perfect for Red Bull corporate.

Also 25 years old so still the possibility of a sell on. In any case young enough to stay with us and have an impact for a few years.

A poor mans Tyler Adams of sorts. Played right back in the gold cup for Costa Rica sort of in the similar style as Adams did for us a few years ago. Would tuck inside to defend as a CDM at times and would also bomb down the wing in attack and high press the opponent.

If you get this guy and a LEGIT attacker I think were good to go.

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Apparently Real Madrid is willing to let Bale go to China for free. Why doesnt the MLS swoop in for the interception?!!

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Apparently Real Madrid is willing to let Bale go to China for free. Why doesnt the MLS swoop in for the interception?!!


1. I think it would be difficult to convince Bale to play in China or the US.

2. Im going to take a guess and think that MLS might not be interested in playing Bale $32 Million a year.

But hey, you never know......


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2. Im going to take a guess and think that MLS might not be interested in playing Bale $32 Million a year.

Aka 4 times our entire payroll



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Costa Rican Keysher Fuller solves a lot of problems on the cheap (transfer market 250k). Perfect for Red Bull corporate.

Also 25 years old so still the possibility of a sell on. In any case young enough to stay with us and have an impact for a few years. go.


Good to bring up someone new! Im not really familiar with him. Where is he playing currently?

Also, Id love to bring in Jovan Jones, if possible to acquire. For whatever reason, hes been a sub for Seattle recently. Hes very fast, tough and creative. And can fill in at LB if needed (if Kemar got hurt).

Not sure who/what wed have to give up for him though.


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Minnesota signed an international full back and the Fire signed Bornstein.

Does anything think Hamlett is even aware the transfer window is open?


BTW, thank goodness Chicago is so stupid.


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Weve got less than one week to make this statement true.

https://twitter.com/...4959425536?s=21

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[Butler] Also, a secondary transfer window signing seems imminent for #RBNY "I wouldn't be surprised in the next two weeks if you see a signing," Armas said.


The last three guys Ive seen us linked with are attacking mids wingers. Romanian Guy, Ecuador guy, so logic says maybe were getting that LW?


Then again maybe its just Rito.



Got one week....

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Good to bring up someone new! Im not really familiar with him. Where is he playing currently?


Herediano. Costa Rica.

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Griezmans brother

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As Hamlett sits at home, with question makes swirling around his head.......

Good news! Red Bulls in Germany have made a few signings. This may mean that the dominos start falling. They offer their unwanted players to Salzburg. Then maybe Jessie throws us a bone.

Funny, that maybe our biggest GM hope is Jessie Marsh, whos coaching in Austria.


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maybe our biggest GM hope is Jessie Marsh


While he still remembers us!

We are good enough to beat the best teams, and bad enough to lose to the worst teams. 


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It's been 12 days since Armas told Dylan Butler that he'd be surprised if a move didn't happen within two weeks. 48 hour countdown clock until shocked-Armas-face starts now....



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I know he's been injured a lot in recent years, but I wish we'd go in for Danny Williams. On a free, counts as domestic, plays in central/defensive midfield. Feels like a no-brainer.

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I think we should get Fabian Johnson to play RB. Have him as a DP on a 2 yr deal.




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