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Atlanta gets former No. 10 pick Adams from Fire

ESPN's Jon Champion and Taylor Twellman discuss Seattle's quality and Atlanta's continued struggles to find consistency under Frank de Boer.

Atlanta United acquired defensive midfielder Mo Adams from the Chicago Fire on Wednesday in exchange for $100,000 in general allocation money.

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Adams, 22, is in his second MLS season after being drafted No. 10 overall in 2018 out of Syracuse.

The Nottingham, England, native appeared in 15 games in 2018 and has one assist in 10 games in 2019.

"Mo is a talented young player with the ability to play multiple positions for us,"...

MLS and USMNT Rumor Rater: Long leaving for the Premier League?

Jon Champion and Taylor Twellman examine LA Galaxy's recent struggles as they prepare to take on city rivals LAFC, MLS's top team in 2019.
Sebastian Salazar and Steve Nicol dissect the controversial goal that condemned NYCFC to defeat at rivals NY Red Bulls in the Hudson River derby.

It has arrived. The MLS secondary transfer window, a time that traditionally has seen the most star power enter the league, just opened with a flurry of moves. This year may not be any different as plenty of big names are being linked all over the league. There's also some real interest overseas in the league's talent, especially in the emerging stars. It would continue a trend from the past several years of players using MLS as a stepping stone to one of Europe's big leagues.

We detail some...

Altidore fined for 'absolutely horrible' MLS refs tweet

The FC crew discuss the standard of officiating in MLS after Jozy Altidore took to Twitter following a penalty no-call in Toronto's draw with D.C. United.

Toronto FC striker Jozy Altidore was fined an undisclosed amount by Major League Soccer after describing the league's referees as "some of the worst in the world" and "absolutely horrible."

The outspoken Toronto forward, who was at the Gold Cup with the U.S. national team when he posted the tweet, criticized MLS referees after his Toronto team had a late-game penalty call denied in their 1-1 draw against D.C United on June 29.

The comments were in violation of the league's public criticism...

Atlanta's Shea out for season with 'destroyed' knee

ESPN's Jon Champion and Taylor Twellman discuss Seattle's quality and Atlanta's continued struggles to find consistency under Frank de Boer.
Raul Ruidiaz's incredible goal, and a Harry Shipp header saw the Sounders past Atlanta and moved them ahead of LA Galaxy in the West.

Atlanta United full-back Brek Shea is out for the season after suffering a serious right knee injury that will require surgery, coach Frank de Boer told reporters on Tuesday.

Shea was hurt early in Sunday's 2-1 loss at the Seattle Sounders. He tore the ACL and meniscus along with other damage in his knee, De Boer said.

"He has a really bad injury in his knee," De Boer said. "I feel really sorry for him. He was looking good, looking fresh, and he got this injury. Everything that almost can be destroyed...