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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2017/2018 Season

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 By Arch Bell

The biggest question facing all 22 MLS teams ahead of the 2017 season

Herculez Gomez evaluates the MLS rankings ahead of the new season, deciding who was properly rated and who was snubbed.

With the 2017 MLS season set to kick off on Sunday, ESPN FC looks at the biggest questions facing each club prior to the start of the campaign.

Atlanta United

Atlanta United 22 Questions

Of the two expansion franchises, Atlanta seems to be drawing the most intrigue due to a talent-laden South American midfield that boasts Paraguayan Miguel Almiron, Argentine Hector Villalba and Chilean Carlos Carmona. That trio will need to create a lot of scoring chances to overcome the defensive shortcomings that plague most expansion...

U.S. coach Bruce Arena won't favor Europe-based players over MLS talent

Despite a lack of goals for the U.S., Bruce Arena says he can take several positives from January camp.
ESPN FC's Herculez Gomez weighs the pros and cons of a 2026 World Cup joint-bid between the U.S., Canada and Mexico.

U.S. men's national team manager Bruce Arena indicated that when it comes to building his roster for the March World Cup qualifiers, "it doesn't matter" whether a player is playing domestically or overseas.

Arena just concluded the U.S. team's annual January camp, one that saw him get a close look at 31 domestic players. But with the MLS season not set to begin until March 3, there are questions as to how sharp they will be heading into the critical matches against Honduras in San Jose, California,...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Colorado Rapids sign Nana Adjei-Boateng from Manchester City

The Colorado Rapids completed the signing of midfielder Bismark "Nana" Adjei-Boateng from Manchester City on Tuesday.

Terms of the transfer were not disclosed, though the Rapids used targeted allocation money in the deal.

"Bringing Nana to the club was a key part of our offseason strategy and we're delighted to welcome such a promising young talent to our club," Rapids director Padraig Smith said in a statement.

"He's a powerful player with the drive and energy to be effective box to box. He possesses...