March 20, 2020
by Sean McCaffery

This was forwarded on behalf of Major League Soccer by the Chicago Fire. It was announced today that the training restiction has been reset for March 27, given that the earliest the league will begin games again is May 10, It will surely extend this restriction as well.

Players are expected to stay in their environs and of course keep up as all of us should with social distancing. Team faciliites are only to be entered for treatment.

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March 20, 2020
by Sean McCaffery

This from the FIre, MLS season is suspended through May 10.  This is done in step with the advice provided to the MLS on Sunday out of the CDC for stopping 50 or more people gathering for the next 2 months. The league does fully intend on fulfiling their entire 2020 season. Many teams sent out these statement yesterday, thus far one today. The Red Bulls stated "We are in full support of Major League Soccer's decision to further postpone the season."

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March 17, 2020
by Sean McCaffery

This was addressed to our "New York Red Bulls Family". He hopes all are well in these difficult circumstances. The team keeps all and their families in their thoughts. Despite missing seeing all at RBA, the key is the safety of everyone. They always put a lot of effort into putting people first and thusly have been in close contact with players and staff during this crisis to assure health, safety and general welfare in order to better serve all in the time to come.

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March 17, 2020
by Sean McCaffery

This time of year is when most of the leagues in the local region put it in gear, not this time, thank you Cronavirus. The Assoc. has advised all 9 of the leagues under it to put off matches until April, staying in line with the USSF and the best for the health and well fare of all.

Below see what most are up to:

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March 16, 2020
by Sean McCaffery

This 2nd year MLS team is building their new home ground in this neighborhood which is of lesser means, now not only are they hiring locals to work for them but they als set their sights on fundraising. In light of the statewide order to shutter the schools, they are now taking in funds to help such families during this hard time at the hand of the Coronavirus. The money brought in will serve to assist the youth and their families to eat, fully 100% will go toward this end. The money is bound for Cincinnati College Preparatory Academy, Hayes Porter & St.

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