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    Kljestan, Wright-Phillips named to MLS Best XI

    New York Red Bulls midfielder Sacha Kljestan and striker Bradley Wright-Phillips were named to Major League Soccer's Best XI for 2016. The team was selected by a combination of players, club executives, and media members. Both players were previously named to the Best XI, Kljestan in 2008 and Wright-Phillips in 2014. The Red Bulls are one of three teams with multiple players on the squad, along with FC Dallas and the LA Galaxy. Kljestan had 20 assists this season, the second highest single season total in league history. He also scored six goals, while leading the Red Bulls to a first place finish in the Eastern Conference. In addition to serving as the focal point of the attack, he's active

  • VIDEO: Lee Trundle scores amazing penalty kick

    VIDEO: Lee Trundle scores amazing penalty kick

    Former Swansea City striker Lee Trundle was always known as a bit of a maverick. He remains no different. This penalty kick in a charity game sums him up perfectly. 40-year-old Trundle is now an ambassador for Swansea City and is involved with coaching their academy. Check out the video below as Welshman Trundle goes to trick a goalkeeper that he’s picking up the ball but instead, without moving forward, he knocks it into the top corner. Confused? Let the clip below dazzle you.

  • Building for 2017: How the FCD midfield stacks up
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    Building for 2017: How the FCD midfield stacks up

    Like we’ve stated on here a few times as of late, the bulk of the offseason is about to pick up with all the various drafts that the league does. Today we continue on in our look at next year’s FC Dallas roster with a look at the midfield. Background information For starters, something I would like to point out with is that the MLS salary cap this year was right at $3.66 million. So for our purposes in this series, we will use a baseline cap of $3.75 million as the cap is expected to slowly reach $4.2 million by 2019. MLS teams as most of you know can buy down a players salary with allocation, a number that seems made up on a case by case basis in some ways. But in all reality it is real and