Experienced defender Gavin Hoyte is the latest addition to John Still’s new-look Maidstone side.
North Carolina FC midfielder Dre Fortune has been voted the USL Championship Player of the Week for Week 14 of the 2019 season. Fortune scored a pair of goals as NCFC took a 3-1 victory on the road against the Tampa Bay Rowdies on Saturday night, handing the Eastern Conference-leading Rowdies their first regular-season loss of 2019.
He is the man with the never-ending smile who always acknowledges FC Cincinnati fans during games.
Since going down with a season-ending injury on March 10 last year, midfielder Kevin Molino has been steadily working his way back to the pitch. Against the Philadelphia Union last Sunday, Molino showed he’s ready to be dangerous again, coming in off the bench in the 69th minute and combining with fellow sub Abu Danladi to score an equalizing goal in the 77th minute.
Few Manchester United players can claim to have enjoyed a debut season quite like Dwight Yorke, who had a huge impact during the iconic 1998/99 campaign following his arrival from Aston Villa.
There was a familiar face at Starfire Sports on Thursday, as Joevin Jones trained with his teammates for the first time since he rejoined the Seattle Sounders on May 8.
Kevin Molino was one of the last Minnesota United players to leave the training field in Blaine on Monday, May 20. The Loons midfielder did an extra two-touch juggling drill with goalkeeper Vito Mannone before calling it a day.
Indy Eleven defender/midfielder Neveal Hackshaw has been voted to the USL Championship Team of the Week for Week 12. Hackshaw was a powerhouse for Indy’s backline last Saturday against Nashville SC, as he won 10 of 14 duels, accumulated 14 recoveries and three interceptions that helped lead the team to its fifth consecutive shutout in all competitions. Hackshaw also completed over 80 percent of his passes on the evening, checking another box on the Trinidad & Tobago international’s impressive effort up and down the left flank.
The Seattle Sounders made two surprise signings on the last day of the MLS Primary Transfer Window when they agreed to terms with centerback Xavier Arregea and left back/winger Joevin Jones. On paper, both of those signings are more long term than short term moves since the Sounders entered the season with what many believed to be the deepest left back and center back pools in MLS. In reality, both signings actually address immediate needs for the Sounders, though it should be noted that neither Arregea nor Jones are likely to be fully available until mid-summer.