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Alonso in Miami, Deila in NYCFC, Ramos in Houston and Wicky in Chicago: What to make of this quartet of new MLS coaches

Herculez Gomez questions Inter Miami's strategy after signing Rodolfo Pizarro for their first MLS season.

The 2020 Major League Soccer season is just around the corner, which naturally means a host of new players in the league. But who cares about those guys? We want to talk about what really matters: the coaches.

In the offseason, the Chicago Fire, Houston Dynamo, Inter Miami and New York City FC got new managers -- Raphael Wicky, Tab Ramos, Diego Alonso and Ronny Deila, respectively. There's also some dude named Thierry Henry in Montreal, whom we'll delve into in the coming weeks, and Nashville...

LA Galaxy did not make bid for Barcelona's Messi - Barros Schelotto

The FC guys discuss Lionel Messi's recent interview where he addresses many of the ins and outs of Barcelona.
Sid Lowe explains why Martin Braithwaite's late move to Barca will signal for change in the rules next season.
Martin Braithwaite explains how he'll immediately work to integrate himself into Barcelona's squad.
Steve Nicol thinks Antoine Griezmann still hasn't fully settled in at Barcelona despite his goal vs. Getafe.

LA Galaxy manager Guillermo Barros Schelotto denied a report that he had inquired about bringing Barcelona star Lionel Messi to Major League Soccer last December.

A Radio Continental report early this week claimed that Barros Schelotto reached out to Messi's father, Jorge, last year to see if there were any possibility of making a move to MLS after the club lost Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

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MLS reveals eight teams for Leagues Cup vs. Liga MX

Herculez Gomez calls LAFC's CONCACAF Champions League defeat "a perfect storm" of adversity.
NFL stars, rappers and actors model the new kits MLS clubs will wear in the league's 25th season.
Javier Hernandez says he joined LA Galaxy to win a championship, not to be Zlatan Ibrahimovic's replacement.
Javier Hernandez tells ESPN's Herculez Gomez the deeper meaning of his comments about joining LA Galaxy.
Javier Hernandez clarifies his "retirement" comments, saying his career could last until he's 40.

Major League Soccer has announced the eight teams that will participate in the second edition of the Leagues Cup, a competition that pits clubs from MLS against those from Liga MX.

The eight MLS teams will be the Philadelphia Union, Toronto FC, D.C. United, New York Red Bulls, Real Salt Lake, Minnesota United, LA Galaxy, and the Portland Timbers.

These represent the top four clubs from each of the Eastern and Western Conference from last season that did not qualify for the CONCACAF Champions...