every yr, RB2 replenishes via the draft and guys that show up via 1st team preseason invite.
Currently they have:
typically, the reserves usually start out with 12-13 players, then a couple more trickle in as the season progresses. plus the team is supplemented by guys in the academy (Tolkin, O'Toole, plenty of examples) and guys sent down from the 1st team.
building the RB2 roster is the least of my concerns every yr. there are existing avenues/methods to ensure that the reserves will have enough personnel by the beginning of the USL-C season.
My buddy (used to come to a bunch of games with me and my friends) who is an athletic trainer for the Houston Texans, is going to apply. I sent him the link. He's looking to come back closer to home and such. How do MLS trainers get paid? Anyone have an idea?
welp, maybe theyll sign someone with a little more experience for CM.
The Sacha for Rivas/Redding trade happened in early Jan of 2018. In the 5 weeks at the end of Jan to early Mar, they brought in contributors to our best ever season: Rza Casseres Kaku Parker Duncan
The big productive acquisitions in 2015 were brought in by Curtis close to the end of Jan through mid Feb: Felipe Zubar Sacha Grella.
And in both offseasons, they brought in influential CMs. Whether they're [C] material is something else. Maybe they do a trade within MLS, they do have a bunch of open senior roster spots and we need the help in CM. I like Valot, but he's a possible injury risk.