Injury news could put a damper on one of Major League Soccer’s brightest draft picks, while several front office moves were completed on Monday.
New York City FC first-round draft pick Jack Harrison will be sidelined for the team’s preseason training due to the same pelvic injury that kept him out of the MLS Combine. (REPORT)
Jake Reid has been named Sporting Kansas City’s new president, after having had worked with the club since 2010. (REPORT)
Orlando City SC announced today that Niki Budalic will join the organization as assistant general manager, and will report directly to team president Phil Rawlins. (REPORT)
The Portland Timbers have reached an agreement with television broadcast partner KPTV FOX 12. The multi-year deal will continue the network’s coverage of Timbers soccer, which it has been broadcasting since 2011. (REPORT)
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