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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2019/2020 Season

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Seattle Sounders FCSeattle Sounders FC
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LAFCLAFC
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Houston DynamoHouston Dynamo
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San Jose EarthquakesSan Jose Earthquakes
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Philadelphia UnionPhiladelphia Union
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Houston DynamoHouston Dynamo
Portland TimbersPortland Timbers
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FC DallasFC Dallas
Houston DynamoHouston Dynamo
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New York Red BullsNew York Red Bulls
Houston DynamoHouston Dynamo
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Houston DynamoHouston Dynamo
FC DallasFC Dallas
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Houston DynamoHouston Dynamo
Real Salt LakeReal Salt Lake
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Columbus Crew SCColumbus Crew SC
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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 MLSSoccer.com 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...

DaMarcus Beasley re-signs with Houston Dynamo for 20th professional season

ESPN FC's Ale Moreno presents his top 10 goals from throughout MLS this season, but who will rank as number one in 2018?

DaMarcus Beasley will stay with the Houston Dynamo for his 20th professional season, re-signing with the Major League Soccer side for the 2019 campaign.

Beasley, 36, has played with the Dynamo since joining midway through the 2014 season.

The veteran left back played in 26 games -- all starts -- last season and finished with a goal and two assists for the Dynamo, who went 10-8-16 and missed the playoffs.

The Dynamo did enjoy some success last season, winning the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup in September.

"The...

Houston Dynamo signs Slovenian defender Aljaz Struna from Palermo

The Houston Dynamo have signed Slovenian defender Aljaz Struna from Italian Serie B side Palermo, the team announced on Monday.

The deal was used with targeted allocation money and Struna will occupy an international roster slot.

Slovenian defender Aljaz Struna has played in Italy since 2012.

Struna had been with Palermo since 2012, which included stints at Varese and Capri. He won Serie B titles with Palermo in 2013-14 and with Capri with 2014-15. 

Struna has earned 12 caps for the Slovenian national team, including six starts for his country during the...