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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Atlanta 0 0 0 0
2 Chicago 0 0 0 0
3 Columbus 0 0 0 0
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Zyen Jones, 17, becomes latest American to sign for Schalke

ESPN FC's Brian McBride echoes similar sentiments to DeAndre Yedlin, who believes quality players are "slipping through the net" in the U.S. development system.
In an interview on the Max & Herc Podcast, Bob Bradley explains how to give all American players, such as 19-year-old Manchester United defender Matt Olosunde, a chance to develop.

United States prospect Zyen Jones has signed with Bundesliga club Schalke after a successful trial.

Jones, a product of Atlanta United's academy, will join Schalke's under-19 team in the summer once he turns 18.

The forward has played for the United States under-17 team and scored twice at the CONCACAF U-17 Championship last year.

He is the latest American addition to Schalke, who have signed U.S. youth internationals Haji Wright, Nick Taitague and Weston McKennie in recent years.

McKennie has become...

Bocanegra says Atlanta United won't pressure record-signing Barco

Alejandro Moreno explains why Atlanta United's record move for 18-year-old Independiente standout Ezequiel Barco is a significant moment for MLS.

ATLANTA -- Atlanta United technical director Carlos Bocanegra wants to temper expectations that could accompany the record price the team paid for 18-year-old Ezequiel Barco.

Barco, a 5-foot-5 midfielder, was acquired for an MLS-record transfer fee of $15 million from Club Atletico Independiente of the Argentine first division. The deal was announced on Jan. 19.

Bocanegra said on Thursday Barco brings more of the dynamic, attacking style that helped take Atlanta to the playoffs in its inaugural...

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D.C. United finalizes trade with Atlanta United to land Yamil Asad

Take a journey with Atlanta United midfielder Yamil Asad to how he became a professional in MLS.

D.C. United has completed the acquisition of midfielder Yamil Asad after sealing a trade with Atlanta United, where the Argentine played on loan last season.

Asad, 23, scored seven goals and added 13 assists for Atlanta last season, becoming a key piece of a formidable attacking line. But Atlanta could not come to an agreement on personal terms to secure another loan from Argentina club Velez Sarsfield for this season, allowing other interested MLS teams to move in.

However, Atlanta still retained...

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MLS veteran Bobby Boswell announces retirement

Major League Soccer: Bobby Boswell (31') DC United 2-0 NYCFC

Veteran center-back Bobby Boswell has announced his retirement at age 34 after 13 seasons in Major League Soccer.

The 2006 MLS Defender of the Year, Boswell played six and a half years over two stints with D.C. United and another six seasons with the Houston Dynamo, before finishing his career with Atlanta United.

He played in 366 MLS games, the eighth most all-time, sixth among outfield players. His 32,233 minutes rank sixth among all players, and fourth for outfield players.

He announced he...

D.C. United agrees deals to sign ex-Atlanta midfielder Yamil Asad - sources

Take a journey with Atlanta United midfielder Yamil Asad to how he became a professional in MLS.

Yamil Asad is heading for a return to Major League Soccer with D.C. United, sources with knowledge of the deal told ESPN FC.

D.C. United has agreements with Argentina club Velez Sarsfield to acquire Asad on an initial loan with an option to buy, as well as with Atlanta United, where Asad played last season on loan.

D.C. will send at least $500,000 in allocation money to Atlanta for Asad's MLS rights, sources said. D.C. will also pay $300,000 in loan fees to Velez for Asad, with an option to make...