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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

New York Red Bulls' Marsch to miss training for UEFA coaching course

Mark Donaldson and Herculez Gomez break down the MLS power rankings after week 3, with undefeated Portland atop the list.

New York Red Bulls manager Jesse Marsch will miss team training in order to begin a UEFA coaching course this week.

"We fully support Jesse taking these courses. Our staff is fully capable of sharing the workload this week," Red Bulls sporting director Denis Hamlett said on Wednesday.

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"Everyone within our club is aware of what our goals are, how we prepare during the week, and what we need to do to be at our best. It will be business as usual getting ready for Salt Lake."

Marsch will miss...

Bastian Schweinsteiger will get Chicago Fire to new level - Friedrich

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Former Chicago Fire defender Arne Friedrich believes Bastian Schweinsteiger's move to his old club "is a good thing for both sides."

The 37-year-old believes his former Germany teammate can help his new team both on and off the pitch.

On Tuesday, Chicago Fire confirmed that Schweinsteiger, 32, has agreed a move from Manchester United, where he fell out of favour with Jose Mourinho this season.

The former Germany captain will be the second German to wear the Chicago Fire jersey, following in the...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Sir Alex Ferguson says Major League Soccer is 'definitely improving'

Nemanja Vidic chats with Alexis Nunes about this summer's ICC matches, and why it's important for Man United's global reach.

The quality of Major League Soccer is "definitely improving," according to former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson.

Ferguson, who was in New York City for the announcement of the schedule for the 2017 International Champions Cup, said he's been watching the U.S. top flight closely in recent seasons and is encouraged by what he's seen.

"I've been watching very carefully over the last few years," Ferguson told ESPN FC. "They've had some major changes. One, they've started some academy systems...