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December 22, 2020
by Sean McCaffery

The team's 2020 Defender of the Year is back as Gina has a new deal, it is a one year contract with a 2nd year option.

Lewandowski informed "I am excited to sign another year with Sky Blue FC. This club has a vision and a bright future. I am grateful for the opportunity to keep playing close to home and build the game in the Tri-State area."

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December 22, 2020
by Sean McCaffery

Remi Walker, a former youth international for France, now set to roam the midfield at Children's Mercy Parrk. The 25 year old inked a 3 year deal with a one year option for 2014, once his paperwork is done, he will take up an international spot. With over 200 games since 2012, he had played in France, and Turkey for a one year. At the U-17 & 21's he had been with his native France, he has played in top flite games not limited to UEFA Europa League, European Champions League qualifiers, French Ligue 1 with a trio of goals over 74 games and the Turkish Super Lig.

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December 22, 2020
by Sean McCaffery

Today marked the last day of final postseason roster mechanisms on the year for MLS. A total of 5 players were grabbed up.

Joe Corona was picked up by Joe Corona he had been selected by Austin in the expansion draft. In that he was an option-declined player, Joe had the ability to be in this process. His not opting out of the Re-Entry had him able to be selected by another team, the Dynamo now hold his rights.

Adrien Perez from LAFC was picked up by by DC United.

Eric Dick last with SKC is now with MLS Cup winners, the Crew.

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December 22, 2020
by Sean McCaffery

We last saw him at the Steve Nash soccer event in NYC 2 years ago with his mother, an inductee of the Long Island Soccer Player Hall of Fame, now we get to see him on TV scoring and doing oh so well in Germany with his Borussia Dortmund & of late, the USMNT.  In the Nov. 12 win facing a bit of a depleted Wales, Reyna became one of the bakers dozen of those less than 18 to be so capped.

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December 21, 2020
by Sean McCaffery

Forward Ifeoma Onumonu agreed to a one year deal to compete with once more with her club in the NWSL, the top women's league on the globe.

IIfeoma informed "I am very excited t sign a new contract to stay with Sky Blue. Although we didn't get a true NWSL season in 2020, I felt that the Challenge Cup and Fall Series exposed how much this team in capable of. I like the direction in which this team is headed. I feel tremendous support from my teammates and the coaching staff as well as the success we will have in the future."

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