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RSL acquire Everton Luiz

January 7, 2019 by Kenneth Russo – Real Salt Lake added some veteran depth to its squad, acquiring Brazilian midfielder Everton Luiz on a season-long loan from Società Polisportiva Ars et Labor (S.P.A.L.) in Italy’s Serie A for the 2019 season. He will join RSL in preseason, pending receipt of his International Transfer Certificate (ITC) and […]

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D.C. United in talks with Amazon for shirt sponsorship

Club has been in contact with some of the world’s largest corporations D.C. United is in talks with at least six brands to replace Leidos as the club’s next kit sponsor when the current deal is up at the end of this season. United’s jerseys have been emblazoned with the name of the Virginia-based contractor […]

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MLS Flashback – March 6, 2015: Players Union, MLS Agree On Five-Year Deal

A look back to March 6, 2015 — Major League Soccer and the MLS Players Union avoided the first work stoppage in league history, as the two sides reached an agreement in principle on a new collective bargaining agreement thanks to compromises by the players union on key issues, including free agency. The league confirmed the […]

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Issues In 2015 MLS CBA Negotiations: A look back

March 15, 2015 — Collective Bargaining Agreement negotiations between the MLSPA and MLS, are underway. Before the 2015 Major League Soccer season can begin, a new collective bargaining agreement was negotiated by the league and the players’ union. Last time the two sides went to the negotiating table, the discussions went down to the final […]