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    • Sporting Kansas City sign former Philadelphia Union youth Colton Storm
      Brotherly Game

      Sporting Kansas City sign former Philadelphia Union youth Colton Storm

      Another former Philadelphia Union youth drafted last month has signed on with a club in Major League Soccer. Defender Colton Storm, of Mechanicsburg, was drafted by Sporting Kansas City with the 14th overall pick out of the University of North Carolina. He’s appeared in two preseason matches with the club in Arizona, logging 75 minutes. “I am very excited to sign my first professional contract with Sporting KC," Storm said in a news release. "Since the moment I got here, the players and staff have welcomed me with open arms. I look forward to continuing my progression as a player with the club and playing in front of the great fans at Children's Mercy Park." A right back, Storm had two goals

    • Rule Changes Coming to MLS in 2017
      The Blue Testament

      Rule Changes Coming to MLS in 2017

      When Major League Soccer started play 22-years-ago they didn’t follow the rules that most of the rest of the world were using. One such example is that their clock counted down instead of up. This was in an attempt to align themselves with other American sports instead of playing football (soccer) like the rest of the world does. Starting in 2005, MLS adopted the rules from the International Football Association Board (IFAB). People often mistake FIFA as the governing body over the laws of the game. That said, FIFA represents half the voting members of IFAB, but they are separate institutions. You are probably wondering why all of this matters. Well IFAB have released a new set of rules that