Welcome to Hudson River Blue’s weekly roundup of all things New York City FC, MLS, and the world of soccer. Jack Harrison looks to be on his way back to England and NYCFC bring some new faces into the fold as training camp begins.
- New York City FC need to sell Jack Harrison: Arguing why it’s time to let Jack go back home to England.
- New York City FC draft recap: Rounds 1 and 2: NYCFC elect to take a GK with their first pick.
- New York City FC sign Norwegian striker Jo Inge Berget: More attacking options for Patrick Viera.
- Who is New York City FC trialist Sebastien Ibeagha?: The 2017 USL Defender of the Year could earn a spot with NYCFC in 2018.
- Sounders aren’t in any rush to make big signings : GM Garth Lagerwey preaches patience with a roster that finished 12-3-6 last year.
- A Look Back at Orlando City’s Transition from the USL to MLS: Orlando City moved from USL to MLS with a solid plan for success, and seemingly none of it has gone well.
- Revolution Reaffirm They’re Not Listening To Offers for Lee Nguyen: Lee Nguyen wants out but the Revs aren’t even picking up the phone to hear offers, something’s got to give.
Around the World
- Liga MX is in the TV rights dark ages and that needs to change: While the league continues to make strides in many areas, it can do much better with the distribution of television rights.
- Phil Neville is the new women’s England manager: An appointment that reeks of “let’s just get this over with.”
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