The New England Revolution are looking for more consistency after struggling throughout 2016.
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2016 was a disaster for the Vancouver Whitecaps. With a couple of astute signings and a strong core of exciting young players, can they rebound in 2017?
The Dynamo legend is set to retire with the club, while the Red Bulls named a new captain.
The former Seattle Sounders striker is back in the league after stints in Portugal and China.
The Philadelphia Union made progress in 2016 and expectations are even higher heading into the 2017 season.
The Union have started the first two weeks of preseason camp in impressive fashion.
Borchers, a 14-year MLS veteran, is retiring from the game, while Toronto re-signed a key player to its success from a year ago.