Transfers News and Schedule for 2013 SeasonAs most players enjoy a break from soccer, the coaches are still hard at work negotiating and navigating the tricky transfer market.
One of the biggest news stories this off season is the return of Sébastien Le Toux to the Philadelphia Union. In an odd situation last year Le Toux was traded away from the Union despite being the teams highest scorer over the last two season.
After a season playing for Vancouver and then New York, the Union fired their head coach Peter Novak, and brought in John Hackworth who started the wheels turning to get Le Toux back.
The Union had a rather dismal 2012 season which saw them add several good players, but lack a center forward. Bringing Sébastien Le Toux back to the team not only makes the fans happy, it also gives the Union a target center forward with a goal scoring track record.
Home Game Openers for 2013 AnnouncedThe schedule, and more importantly the home game openers for next season, have been announced by the MLS.
All teams will play at home no later than week 4, with most teams getting their home opener in the first or second week.
The Philadelphia Union will have their home opener on March 2nd, one of the first games of the 2013 season. They will face Sporting KC in what will certainly be a test to see if the Union have made improvements since last year.
While waiting for the 2013 season to get underway, many may be interested in the Preseason schedule
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