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    USL PRO: Why Jay Vidovich’s move from Wake Forest to Timbers 2 matters
    New head coaching hires in USL PRO, North America's third-tier professional soccer league, rarely draw much attention beyond the most devoted fans of the club in question. But this week's news that the Portland Timbers have lured Jay Vidovich away from Wake Forest to take the top spot at T2, their new USL PRO entry, are a noteworthy exception to that norm.
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    MLS announces opening-day schedules for 2015 season
    Major League Soccer announced the opening matches on its 2015 schedule on Friday, providing fans and observers with information about their teams’ first matches as well as their home openers for the season ahead. The league’s two new expansion fran...
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    NYCFC receives Sebastian Velasquez in trade with Real Salt Lake
    Real Salt Lake announced Thursday that it has traded MF Sebastian Velasquez to New York City FC in exchange for Allocation Money. Per league and club policy, the amount of allocation money exchanged will not be disclosed.
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    Washington D.C. Council approves D.C. United stadium
    The D.C. Council has approved the District of Columbia Soccer Stadium Act of 2014 in its second and final vote, approving the development of the new 20,000-25,000-seat stadium for D.C. United in the Buzzard Point neighborhood of Southwest Washington.
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    Andy Roxburgh departs as Sporting Director of New York Red Bulls
    The New York Red Bulls announced on Monday that Sporting Director Andy Roxburgh will not return to the club in 2015. During his two years with the club, the Red Bulls captured the 2013 MLS Supporter's Shield and advanced to the Eastern Conference Final in 2014.
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    D.C. United’s long-deferred stadium dream finally nears fruition
    After a decade of fits and starts, observers of D.C. United's endless quest for a soccer-specific stadium to call their own have come up with any number of cautions, qualifiers and dismissals whenever significant signs of progress in the process appear. But it seems that a deal to build United the downtown venue they crave has finally gotten done.
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    D.C. United’s Homegrown talent leads the way in MLS awards
    Since Major League Soccer introduced the Homegrown players initiative in 2008, only two have managed to win individual awards from the league, and they have one crucial aspect in common. Both 2010 Rookie of the Year Andy Najar and 2014 Goalkeeper of the Year Bill Hamid won those awards as Homegrowns with D.C. United, having both signed professional terms after being developed in the club’s academy.
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    MLS Cup: LA Galaxy outlast NE Revolution as MVP Robbie Keane plays extratime hero
      CARSON, Calif. – The New England Revolution did their utmost to break up the party, and nearly did so over 123 tense, hard-fought minutes. But it wasn’t quite enough to stop Robbie Keane and the LA Galaxy from claiming their fifth MLS Cup title ...
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    MLS Cup: Childhood rivals AJ DeLaGarza, Kevin Alston carry Maryland flag
    *photo by Pablo Maurer; all rights reserved CARSON, Calif. – When the LA Galaxy and New England Revolution face off in MLS Cup at StubHub Center on Sunday (3 p.m ET, broadcast live on ESPN/WatchESPN, UniMas, Univision Deportes, ESPN Deportes), it will renew ...
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    MLS turns page on Landon Donovan era as LA Galaxy, NE Revolution clash in MLS Cup
    CARSON, Calif. – Major League Soccer will close its 2014 season – and turn the page on a pivotal chapter in its 20-year history – with the MLS Cup championship match between the favored LA Galaxy and the upstart New England Revolution at StubHub Center o...

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