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MLS Ticker: Crew waive Gall, Sporting KC kit and more

Photo by Greg Bertram/USA Today Sports
Photo by Greg Bertram/USA Today Sports

The Columbus Crew have reportedly waived Romain Gall and Sergio Campbell. Gall, a former U.S. Under-20 Men’s National Team midfielder, made three appearances in two years for the club, while 2015 draft pick Campbell played once. (REPORT)

Sporting Kansas City has unveiled its new dark blue secondary kit, which features a henley collar, a new stripe pattern and a pair of silver stars to recognized the club’s MLS Cup victories. (REPORT)

Facing off with South Korean side Seongnam FC, Sporting KC couldn’t muster a goal in a scoreless draw. (REPORT)

Hadji Barry scored twice to lead Orlando City to a 4-0 victory over Eastern Florida State College. Tyler Turner and Tony Rocha join Barry on the scoresheet. (REPORT)

Real Salt Lake is reportedly nearing a deal to add Honduran midfielder Elder Torres. The 20-year-old Torres most recently featured for Vida in Honduras. (REPORT)

The Vancouver Whitecaps added depth to their roster on Monday by signing MLS Draft pick Cole Seiler. Taken with the 16th overall selection, the centerback joins the club after making some good initial impressions in preseason training camp. (REPORT)

What do you think of the Crew’s roster moves? What do you think of Sporting KC’s new look? Any takeaways from the preseason games?

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  1. This league has $7M per year players. Some teams have $20M payroll. The pressure is on. The days of development players on the senior team are over. Hopefully these guys can catch on at the usl level to continue their careers.

    • I’d rather teams spend the 50-125K on young players like Gall than spend 150-250K on Old, Injured, relics like Gordon, MaGee, & the other Old washed up players.

  2. Disappointed to hear about Gall. He showed well during the U-20 WC Qualification tournament last year. Hopefully he gets picked up by someone else and has a chance to continue to develop.


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