A Houston Dynamo forward received more bad news on the injury front, while ticket sales are booming for one of MLS’ expansion teams.
Houston Dynamo striker Erick Torres, who is currently on loan at Cruz Azul in Liga MX, suffered an MCL sprain and will be out for 6-8 weeks as a result. (READ)
Minnesota United will begin MLS play in 2017, but the club has already reached 8000 season ticket deposits since announcing that it would join the league next season. (READ)
Colorado Rapids head coach Pablo Mastroeni has his team near the top of the Western Conference, but he still has not discussed a new deal with the club despite his current contract expiring at the end of the year. (READ)
Toronto FC’s Armando Cooper was suspended for one match by the MLS Disciplinary Committee for “violent conduct” in the 90th minute of TFC’s match versus the New York Red Bulls last Sunday. (READ)
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