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    PETROVIC SET FOR FIRST MLS START

    New England Revolution shot stopper DjordjePetrovic is set to make his first start in MLS football for his team ahead of the away game against Sporting Kansas City on Sunday.Petrovicwill most likely start the MLS football game at Sporting Kansas City in the absence of Arsenal-bound Matt Turner who’s on national team duty with the United States of America (USA). Petrovichas big shoes to fill as regards replacing Turner in the New England Revolution goal for the Sporting Kansas City game. Speaking on Friday ahead of the game, the Serbian shot stopper said he has settled well to the team, but not as much as the city and the lifestyle.

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                        PLAYER RATINGS: NEW YORK CITY FC 2-0 PHILADELPHIA UNION

    The Philadelphia Union continued their strong run of form to start the 2022 MLS season, picking up a 2-0 road win at Yankee Stadium over New York City FC. Philadelphia was looking to avenge their 2021 postseason loss to NYC in the Eastern Conference final, adding extra emotion to a usually physical matchup. Player Ratings Andre Blake – 7 Wasn’t a whole lot for the goalkeeper to do on the afternoon, did make one big stop early on a Talles Mango opportunity.

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    DYNAMO CONFIRM ZECA TRANSFER

    Houston Dynamo have announced the signing of Brazilian defender Zeca. The ex-Santos and Internacional star has penned a one-year deal with the option to extend for the 2023 season and 2024 season. MLS football side Houston Dynamo confirmed the transfer on Thursday. 27-year-old Zecapreviously played for a couple ofBrazilian clubs. The defensive player featured for teams such as Bahia, Internacional, Santos and Vasco da Gama in his native Brazil.Zeca will have a taste of MLS football when the 2022 season starts later this year.

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    BRADLEY CONFIRMED AS TORONTO FC MANAGER

    American manager Bob Bradley has been named the new head coach at MLS football side Toronto FC less than a week after he ended his four-year stay at fellow MLS football club Los Angeles FC (LAFC). 63-year-old Bob Bradley was officially unveiled as the new manager at MLS football side Toronto FC on Wednesday. He’s now at the same club with his son and brother. Son, Michael Bradley is the Toronto FC captain, while brother, Jeff Bradley is the communications director at the MLS football side.

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    ALBRIGHT NAMED FC CINCINNATI GM

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/FA6fnfDWUAArYzi.jpg Former MLS football player Chris Albright has been made the General Manager (GM) at FC Cincinnati. The MLS football outfit confirmed Albright as the new GM earlier this week. Albright is expected to be unveiled at a press conference later this week. The 42-year-old is armed with over twenty (20) years of experience on the American soccer scene ahead of resumption as the FC Cincinnati General Manager having served as a player and as technical director. The new FC Cincinnati GM spent 15 seasons as an MLS football player winning three MLS Cup titles in the process.