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2019/2020 Season

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5 DC United 0 0 0 0
6 Montreal 0 0 0 0
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Manchester United should go 'all out' to hire Mauricio Pochettino - Wayne Rooney

Wayne Rooney joins the ESPN FC set to discuss who should manage Man United and does not hesitate with his choice of Mauricio Pochettino.
DC United star-man Wayne Rooney joins the FC crew to share his thoughts on Manchester United's drama filled season.
Wayne Rooney addresses Paul Pogba's resurgence at Man United under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and what was going wrong for him under Jose Mourinho.

D.C. United striker Wayne Rooney believes his former Manchester United team should go "all out" in their efforts to lure Mauricio Pochettino away from Tottenham and into the dugout at Old Trafford.

Rooney, 33, prefaced that by saying United interim boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is doing a great job and deserves an opportunity, but said he'd go with Pochettino if the decision was left to him.

"First of all you have to give Ole an opportunity and that's a discussion that has to take place with the Glazers,"...

D.C. United manager Ben Olsen agrees to new 3-year extension

Take the mic away? Avoid him? Kick him? MLS coaches have their (tongue-in-cheek) say as to how to stop the great man.

D.C. United has signed manager Ben Olsen to a new three-year contract, the club announced on Thursday.

Olsen is the second-most tenured manager in MLS behind Sporting Kansas City's Peter Vermes, and has been with the Black-and-Red in some capacity for the past 21 years.

"This is a very important step for us," said owners Jason Levien and Steve Kaplan. "Ben is a special part of our club's rich history and a major part of our future. He delivered one of his best performances as our on-field leader...

FC Cincinnati selects UCLA's Frankie Amaya with top pick in MLS SuperDraft

Frankie Amaya, left, poses for a picture with MLS commissioner Don Garber after FC Cincinnati picked him No. 1 in the SuperDraft.
Frankie Amaya is the youngest player in this year's draft.

Expansion side FC Cincinnati selected UCLA midfielder Frankie Amaya No. 1 overall in the 2019 MLS SuperDraft on Friday.

"This is what I worked my whole life for," Amaya told at the draft in Chicago. "This is a crazy moment."

Amaya, 18, is the youngest player in the draft, but his upside is such that he's expected to adapt well to the professional game, even in a central playmaking role that is usually the domain of foreign players.

The Generation Adidas player spent just one season...