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Kaka ready to embrace Orlando challenge

MLS: Former Real Madrid and AC Milan midfielder Kaka says he is relishing the challenge of guiding Orlando City in their debut MLS season.

(02:09) | Jan 24, 2015

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Giovinco heading to Toronto FC

MLS: Toronto FC have announced that they have signed Italian attacker Sebastian Giovinco from Juventus and he will join the Canadian club this summer.

(01:49) | Jan 19, 2015

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Ronaldo set for USA comeback

MLS: Brazil legend Ronaldo says he will come out of retirement to play for NASL side the Fort Lauderdale Strikers.

(02:04) | Jan 15, 2015

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Will Jozy be a good fit for Toronto FC?

MLS: ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno and Alexis Nunes weigh in on Jozy Altidore's possible swap with Jermain Defoe.

(03:20) | Jan 14, 2015

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Diskerud: I can't wait to live in New York

MLS: NYCFC's brand-new signing expresses his excitement for living in New York and United States.

(00:41) | Jan 13, 2015

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Arena: Gerrard acquisition makes me a better coach

MLS: LA Galaxy manager Bruce Arena believes that Steven Gerrard can help Robbie Keane to thrive at the club and explains why he believes he's become a better coach.

(01:42) | Jan 8, 2015

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Klein: A match made in heaven

MLS: LA Galaxy president Chris Klein believes Steven Gerrard will fit the profile of the LA Galaxy's success over the past decade in Major League Soccer quite well, following the announcement the longtime Liverpool midfielder is MLS bound.

(01:28) | Jan 8, 2015

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Carlisle: Arena has many options with Gerrard

MLS: ESPN FC's Jeffrey Carlisle discusses his conversation with LA Galaxy head coach Bruce Arena on his plan on where to play Steven Gerrard.

(01:13) | Jan 7, 2015

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Petke sacked by New York Red Bulls

MLS: The New York Red Bulls have sacked head coach Mike Petke and hired former Montreal Impact head coach Jesse Marsch in his stead.

(02:10) | Jan 7, 2015

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