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Players On The Move

Jonny Steele (Photo Courtesy Minnesota United FC)

Reports suggest 2 NASL teams are losing players for the Fall Season with one rumored to also be lining up a signing. Minnesota United FC and the San Antonio Scorpions are reported to be making roster changes prior to opening weekend. Editor's Note 7/7/2015: A previous version of this story included information from the 'Silverbacks Alliance'

Guillermo Hoyos Signs Deserved Contract Extension

Jacksonville Armada FC announced today that Guillermo Hoyos has agreed to a contract extension that runs through the 2019 league season. The extension comes after a mostly successful spring campaign that saw the club challenging for the spring title until a disastrous 4-0 loss to the Carolina Railhawks. While the

Cosmos Give Up USOC Quarterfinals Hosting

The Cosmos celebrate following their win vs. NYCFC

US Open Cup staff have confirmed on Twitter that the New York Cosmos have waived the right to host a potential USOC Quarterfinal. The Cosmos will have to defeat the New York Red Bulls on July 1st to advance to the quarterfinal. NEWS: @NYCosmos have withdrawn from hosting potential #USOC2015 Quarterfinal. Should

TUFcast Ep. 13

NEW TUFcast: Episode 13 New Site Launch! NASL Break News, and Fall Season Predictions Whether this is your first listen or you keep TUFcast on repeat in every room in your house welcome in the fall NASL season with a brand spanking new episode! Hear us discuss the launch of Midfield Press before

Looking Forward – Minnesota United FC

T.S. Eliot's poem "The Waste Land" opens with the classic line "April is the cruellest month." Loons fans have the poem memorized. A lousy opening four games had United playing from behind in the league standings the whole spring, and after a three-game winning streak put the team back in

NASL Drops Suit Against OKC

Ted Philipakos (@tphilipakos) shared the image below on Twitter Monday morning which suggests the short legal battle between NASL and prospective NASL franchiser Tim McLaughlin has ended before it even began. There has been no word from NASL suggesting the reason for dropping the suit, whether this had been settled outside