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The youngest member of the will play in the MLS Homegrown Game.
Jorge Luis Pinto has quit the World Cup quarter-finalists due to a dispute over his assistants.
The CYSC runs a recreational league that introduces the sport to up to 150 children ages 4 to 14 each season.
The Union's home will host the game that will likely qualify the U.S. for next year's World Cup.
Former Chelsea star Frank Lampard joined MLS expansion team New York City FC on a two-year contract
Louis van Gaal started his tenure in charge of Manchester United with a 7-0 win at the Rose Bowl.
Reigning EPL champion Manchester City beat reigning MLS champion Sporting Kansas City, 4-1
Chris Wondolowski recorded a goal and an assist as the Earthquakes defeated the Fire, 5-1.
Real Madrid signed Colombian playmaker James Rodriguez from Monaco on a six-year deal.
Brazil is bringing back Dunga to coach the Seleçao, four years after he was fired from the job.
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