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After turbulent offseason, New York Red Bulls are Jesse Marsch's team now

The FC crew discuss the manner in which the Red Bulls went about trading Dax McCarty to the Chicago Fire.

As the dust settles on an offseason of upheaval for the New York Red Bulls, one truth has become very apparent: this is undoubtedly Jesse Marsch's team.

It could have broken differently. An offseason of seemingly very little activity in the transfer market burst into life with the sudden trade of captain Dax McCarty to the Chicago Fire, and in the fallout from that trade a swirl of rumors about the futures of Marsch and sporting director Ali Curtis ended with the announcement of Curtis's departure....

 By Arch Bell

Can past NASL stars Ramirez, Ibarra repeat feats with Minnesota in MLS?

Midfielder Miguel Ibarra discusses the details of his return to Minnesota United and his experience playing for Leon.
Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez react to reports American international Josh Gatt could be joining Minnesota United.

It's just like old times in Minnesota.

Miguel Ibarra and Christian Ramirez are back for Minnesota United. Ibarra spent just more than three years in the Loons' midfield from April 2012 through June 2015 before being sold to Liga MX side Club Leon, while Ramirez was a regular fixture at striker during the club's last three seasons in the North American Soccer League from 2014 to 2016, scoring 51 goals.

In their lone full season together in 2014, the two sparkled. Ramirez tallied 20 goals while...

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Major League Soccer fan focus: Top tifos from the 2016 season

Check out the best tifo displays from Week 1 of the 2016 MLS season.

From the travelling supporters to the home-field faithful, from the soggy Pacific northwest to the snowy Rocky Mountains to the scorching summers of Texas and Florida, Major League Soccer fans know how to represent.

Those fans are getting ready to roll once again, as MLS gets set to kick off on March 3, when the Portland Timbers host expansion team Minnesota United FC. With that in mind, ESPN FC takes a look back at the 2016 season with an eye to some of the best tifos fans created to show support...

 By Chris Wright

Robbie Keane shows son who's boss in garden kickabout/life lesson

Drew Brees sends Southampton his well wishes, Robbie Keane doesn't let up versus his young son and more in The Sweeper.

Messing around in the garden with his son, Robbie Keane was suddenly struck down by a chronic case of CDS -- Competitive Dad Syndrome.

What started as a gentle kickabout quickly got serious when the former Republic of Ireland striker belted a shot past his boy and into the top corner.

Keane's reaction, hilariously, was somewhat less than magnanimous.

"What do you say about that, little Keano?"

Somebody's got to teach the lad that life can be harsh -- who better than Robbie Keane?

Chris covers the funny side of the game for ESPN FC in the Toe Poke blog.

Transactions that stand out in quiet 2017 Major League Soccer offseason

Herculez Gomez and Sebastian Salazar examine the impact NYCFC's Maxi Moralez and RSL's Luis Silva can have for their new clubs this season.
Herculez Gomez and Sebastian Salazar discuss Fredy Montero's return to MLS, and other players' reaction to the move.
Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez react to reports American international Josh Gatt could be joining Minnesota United.

The preseason friendlies are getting more frequent, the CONCACAF Champions League is about to resume, and the seasonal flurries of trade rumors are beginning to die down as rosters fill up for the 2017 MLS season. Which have been the most significant transactions of the offseason?

It's perhaps not as clear-cut as in other years, when clusters of aging designated players defined the story of the offseason. Perhaps that's in part due to the Chinese Super League's skewing the market for superannuated...

After heavy investment in attack, MLS teams are spending big in defense

Alejandro Moreno explains the importance of MLS teams balancing their attack with a strong defense.

You don't have to go back too far in Major League Soccer to see that high-priced signings were almost the exclusive purview of attacking players. It made sense. In a salary-cap league, that was where teams -- especially those willing to shell out money for the league's highest paid players -- could get the most bang for the buck. But this offseason, there has been a noticeable shift in where teams allocate their precious financial assets.

So far this preseason, based on releases of player signings...