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News roundup: MLS season starts April, NWSL signings, Chelsea’s new manager

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ICYMI: the season is scheduled to start on April 3, with the MLS Cup slated for Dec. 11.

Sporting Kansas City has hired Benny Feilhaber as part of its technical staff.

Looks like D.C. United’s Paul Arriola transferring to Swansea might happen.

The Vancouver Whitecaps signed Colombian youth international winger Déiber Caicedo.


Sky Blue FC signed midfielder McCall Zerboni to a new two-year contract, with an option for a third.

Washington Spirit signed Swedish international Julia Roddar.

U.S. Soccer

Abby Dahlkemper on her move to Man City.

Over at Forbes magazine: What’s Soccer Pro Crystal Dunn’s Next Chapter? Fighting For The Recognition She Deserves

Around the globe

Canada’s national women’s team is looking to play catch up after a COVID layoff.

Thomas Tuchel replaced Frank Lampard as Chelsea manager’s job on an 18-month contract. The German will be on the sidelines during today’s game against the Wolves.

The San Francisco 49ers have increased their ownership in Leeds United — 37%.

Buffon could face ban for blasphemous remark.

Rumor has it that ESPN is trying to acquire LaLiga’s U.S. rights.

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  1. El Brujo was signed to an extension through 2022 with a club option through 2024.

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