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Gerardo Martino: Nothing to say about Mexico, I'm still with Atlanta United

MLS commissioner Don Garber says Mexico's move to get Tata Martino as their head coach was a bold one.

Atlanta United boss Gerardo "Tata" Martino gave no definitive answer when asked on Friday about his reported link to the Mexico managerial job.

"I have nothing new to say about that," Martino said, according to the Atlanta-Journal Constitution. "I did see what [MLS commissioner] Don Garber said yesterday. I'm still contractually linked to Atlanta United."

Speaking to reporters at the Soccerex conference in Miami on Thursday, Garber congratulated Mexico for their "aggressive move" for Martino.

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MLS commissioner Don Garber lauds Mexico on 'aggressive move' for Gerardo Martino

MLS commissioner Don Garber says Mexico's move to get Tata Martino as their head coach was a bold one.
Alejandro Moreno and Ross Dyer talk the next steps for both Tata Martino and Atlanta United as the manager has decided to leave at the end of the season.

The United States men's soccer team are without a permanent manager, but MLS commissioner Don Garber may have inadvertently confirmed Mexico's new boss. 

Speaking to reporters at the Soccerex conference in Miami on Thursday, Garber congratulated Mexico for their "aggressive move" for Atlanta United coach Gerardo "Tata" Martino.

"Good for the [Mexican football federation], I am very close friends with [Liga MX president] Enrique [Bonilla] and [FMF head] Yon de Luisa and they were bold," Garber...

New England Revolution defender Chris Tierney announces retirement

Chris Tierney is retiring after 11 seasons and 246 appearances for the New England Revolution.

New England Revolution defender Chris Tierney, 32, announced his retirement on Thursday, bringing an end to his 11-year career with his hometown team.

Tierney, who grew up in nearby Wellesley, Massachusetts, was selected by the Revs in the 2008 Supplemental Draft. He made 246 appearances for New England, third most in club history, and scored 13 goals throughout his career.

"After 11 seasons, the time has come for me to step away from the game I love," said Tierney, the longest-tenured field player...