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Kick Off: Crew SC move leads Zardes back to USMNT | Seattle aim to maintain

Here is everything you need to know about MLS and North American soccer this morning:

Columbus leads to USMNT for Zardes


Gyasi Zardes was one of 12 MLS players called up to the USMNT on Sunday. | USA Today Sports Images

After largely being out of the US national team picture since the 2017 Gold Cup, Gyasi Zardes is predictably thrilled to be back with another shot at playing for his country. And he got there thanks to an offseason move to Columbus that has reaffirmed his center forward bonafides. READ MORE

Streaking Sounders see both sides of break

As can be expected, the rampant Seattle Sounders have bittersweet feelings about taking an international pause while on an eight-game win streak. Although they concede that it’s always nice to enjoy a rejuvenating pre-playoff breather, the hottest team in MLS is also a bit wary of losing their momentum. READ MORE

Bradley: We haven’t been up to challenge of defending crown

It’s been a rather rough season for defending champs Toronto FC, and not just because of rampant injury woes earlier in the year. Skipper Michael Bradley has admitted that the Reds did not adequately prepare themselves for how mentally difficult it would be to attempt a MLS Cup repeat. READ MORE

Report: Moyes interested in Atlanta

According to The Independent, David Moyes would love to take the Atlanta United reins if Tata Martino’s expiring contract is not extended. The erstwhile West Ham United manager has been without a club since the end of the 2017/18 Premier League season. READ MORE

Robbo keeps wide angle on Whitecaps legacy

After being extended two years ago through 2020, Carl Robinson is confident and comfortable with his track record and future at the helm. READ MORE

Sports world hails Dempsey

Some of the biggest names in American soccer were joined by former teammates, broadcasters and stars from other sports to record a best wishes video for recently retired Seattle Sounders ace Clint Dempsey. WATCH VIDEO Must-Watch


The Movement: How FC Cincinnati has quickly connected to its community


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