The New York Red Bulls celebrated Bradley Wright-Phillips and his 100 MLS goals on Sunday night by taking a look at his past, but in doing so they opened up questions about his future.
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Bradley Wright-Phillips is more than just a prolific goal scorer. His selfless attitude contributes to the Red Bulls both on and off the field.
The New York Red Bulls’s 2-1 win over LAFC certainly provided it’s share of entertaining soccer.
With David Villa and Zlatan Ibrahimovic set to miss out on Wednesday’s MLS All-Star Game against Juventus, a young midfield star and a surging forward have been named as replacements.
On Wednesday, just about five years to the day after he signed, Wright-Phillips reached another milestone with the team, further cementing his status as a club legend.
Rumors continue to swirl regarding Tyler Adams’ club future and, while the midfielder admitted to keeping one eye on Europe, the other is firmly fixed on the New York Red Bulls’ season.
Newly appointed Red Bulls head coach Chris Armas earned his first MLS win on Saturday with a 3-2 triumph over Sporting KC.