Harry Shipp doesn't know where he will be playing on the field, but he knows that he wants to be there for a while.
Sacramento to MLS seemed completely inevitable - right until the moment the bid all but fell apart. It seems that there has been a split between the Sacramento Republic and the group that put in the bid. Deadspin is calling it an "ownership coup".
The Sacramento Republic released a statement indicating that they were caught just as off-guard as everyone else.
The mayor of Sacramento is now actively trying to broker a deal between the two sides in an effort to restore the bid to what everyone was expecting.
According to the Sacramento Bee, it really all comes down to money. Specifically, to the perceived value of the Republic team and it's brand. It certainly seems that an MLS team starting in opposition to the Republic would be certain to fracture the fan base of a relatively small market.
Jelle Van Damme has signed a new contract with LA that will have the centerback occupying a designated player slot.
The rumors of Giovinco to China seem to be subsiding, but the Italian star may still be looking for a bigger contract.
Good news everybody! Blas Pérez is really gone this time. He has now signed with Árabe Unido of Panama, a club that will actually face FC Dallas in the upcoming Champions League finals.
Jesse Marsch has admitted that he has some regrets over the details of how the Dax McCarty trade was handled, and not only because Dax now has to be on the Fire.
That being said, Four Four Two thinks that the way that the Red Bulls' player development system is run should be seen as a guiding light for other MLS teams.
While the league had previously announced they’d move away from their in-house video product, MLS Live is officially back with subscriptions available for purchase.
In the category of politics, the Vancouver Southsiders have announced that they will not plan any formal away trips as long as the controversial immigration order remains in effect.