Galatasaray is letting Nigel De Jong leave this January, with a move to D.C. United looking likely. Elsewhere, SKC signed a homegrown player while the Impact resigned a key forward to a new deal.
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According to reports that emerged on Monday, the LA Galaxy are actively pursuing a transfer of Nigel De Jong to Galatasaray, due to the club’s reluctance to have him stay for two more seasons as a (…)
Nigel de Jong will serve an additional one-game suspension for his a red card on the Fourth of July, while David Villa and Oalex Anderson have earned fines from the MLS Disciplinary Committee.
Nigel de Jong picked up his first MLS red card on Monday, but his challenge on Blas Perez wasn’t the first controversy surrounding the LA Galaxy midfielder.
The LA Galaxy and Colorado Rapids played to a 0-0 tie on Wednesday night, as neither side could break past goalkeepers Brian Rowe and Zac MacMath.
The MLS Disciplinary Committee handed Nigel de Jong a three-game ban for his challenge on Darlington Nagbe, calling the tackle “egregious and reckless” in a statement.
LA Galaxy head coach Bruce Arena expects Nigel de Jong to be suspended at least one game, and is not happy with the “hysteria” surrounding the midfielder’s recent incident.
With American soccer fans raging over Nigel de Jong’s ugly challenge on Darlington Nagbe, we want to know how long you think the LA Galaxy midfielder should be suspended for.
LA Galaxy midfielder Nigel de Jong is coming under fire for his ugly studs-up challenge on Portland’s Darlington Nagbe on Sunday.