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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2019/2020 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 NYCFC 18 10 6 64
2 Atlanta 18 4 12 58
3 Philadelphia 16 7 11 55
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Flamengo hero Gabigol was called 'Gabi-no-gol' at Inter Milan - Atlanta's De Boer

Frank de Boer, Inter
Frank de Boer and Gabriel Barbosa were at Inter Milan together in 2016.

Frank de Boer has said Gabigol, Flamengo's Copa Libertadores hero, was known as "Gabi-no-gol" while the two were together at Inter Milan during the 2016-17 season.

Gabigol, who is on loan from Inter, scored twice in the 89th and 92nd minute as Flamengo came back from a goal down to beat River Plate 2-1 in the Copa Libertadores final on Saturday.

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Some big names were on the lists of players who won't have options picked up at some of the top clubs in Major League Soccer on Thursday.

The New York Red Bulls have declined the contract option on Luis Robles, the league's goalkeeper of the year in 2015, and longtime frontman Bradley Wright-Phillips, while Atlanta United did the same with Florentin Pogba, Justin Meram and Brek Shea

The LA Galaxy also announced that they are in contract talks with Romain Alessandrini, but they don't intend...

Columbus Crew acquire Darlington Nagbe from Atlanta United

Seattle beat Toronto FC 3-1 to secure their second MLS Cup win in franchise history.

The Columbus Crew have acquired United States international midfielder Darlington Nagbe from Atlanta United for at least $1.05 million in allocation money, the club announced on Wednesday.

Atlanta is receiving $700,000 in Targeted Allocation Money (TAM), $150,000 in General Allocation Money (GAM) and an international roster spot, all for the 2020 season. The Five Stripes will also receive $200,000 in TAM for the 2021 season. Should Nagbe hit certain performance-based incentives, Atlanta will receive...

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Atlanta United midfielder Darlington Nagbe is heading back to Ohio via a trade to Columbus Crew SC for an undisclosed amount of allocation money, according to a report from the Athletic.

Multiple sources have told ESPN that there have been ongoing discussions between the two teams regarding Nagbe. Spokespersons from both Atlanta and Columbus declined to comment.

The long-rumored deal will see Nagbe, 29, reunited with Crew manager Caleb Porter, who coached the United States international when the...

Major League Soccer teams values up 30 percent from 2018

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Atlanta United leads Forbes list of most valuable MLS franchises for the second year running, with a valuation of $500 million, while clubs league-wide saw franchise valuations rise by 30% on average.

Los Angeles-based sides the LA Galaxy ($480 million) and LAFC ($475 million) ranked second and third, while MLS Cup finalists the Seattle Sounders ($405 million) and Toronto FC ($395 million) rounded out the top five.

Forbes said its valuations were for the team only, and excluded stadiums and real...