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    MLS Player, Kaku Dismissed for Firing the Football into the Crowd

    Kaku, the star player of New York Red Bulls has become the talking point of Major League Soccer. Following the meltdown after the 88th minute, he fired a football into the crowd. This horrific incident left a supporter with a bloody nose. Alejandro Romero Gamarra, aka Kaku, had clearly been frustrated when he saw his side concede the late secured equalizer to their opponent, Sporting Kansas City. It seems like the frustration got the better of him. Following a stray pass, he just went for a throw-in. Being irritated with the progress of the match; he hurled the ball into the stands from the touchline. The ball hit the face…

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    NEWCASTLE EYE ATLANTA UNITED ACE

    Reports have emerged identifying Atlanta United ace Miguel Almiron with a move to Premier League outfit, Newcastle United. The player is said to be at the top of Rafa Benitez’s wishlist for the January transfer window. Miguel Almiron, who currently plays in the MLS, is said to be Newcastle’s main transfer target ahead of the winter transfer window, according to The Chronicle but the club have also lined up two other Europe-based players as possible alternatives.

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    KANSAS CITY EXTEND SINOVIC’S CONTRACT

    Sporting Kansas City faithful servant Seth Sinovic has extended his stay at the United States based club for another year after signing a contract extension, three days before facing Portland Timbers in the return fixture of the Western Conference Championship. The 31 year old defender has been a very important figure for Kansas City over the years, helping the club to three US Open Cups and an MLS Cup title since signing with his hometown club in 2011. He has led his team to 62 shutouts over the last eight regular campaigns and the club is 85-48-46 when he is in the starting lineup.

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    Schmid on leaving LA Galaxy

    Former LA Galaxy head coach SigiSchmid said that it was probably a good thing that he was replaced at the head of the team. He said that sometimes a new coach arrives and bring in fresh ideas and that the players feel motivated and this can ultimately bring an improvement in results. He said that he would have loved to continue with the team because he had a two-year project in place and he feels that he has not had time to complete it.

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    Rooney Says Not ‘On Holiday’ In MLS

    The Major League soccer is buzzing over the late-game exploits of Wayne Rooney in Sunday win of DC United over Orlando, Rooney, the former star of England on Tuesday said, he is not in North America on holiday. He said “I can understand that people get frustrated watching players coming over probably a bit later in their career, but for me that is to show with performances. I want to show them through my performances that I am not in the North America to be on holiday,”