THE LOAN ARRANGER
Red Bulls have plenty of flexibility with Lade's loan to the Cosmos
Connor Lade last week played a Reserve League game with the Red Bulls while he returned to the club for therapy on his left shoulder.
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Now you see him, now you don't. After suffering a dislocated left shoulder in his Cosmos debut while on loan, Connor Lade returned to the Red Bulls for therapy. While with the Major League Soccer club, the midfielder-defender played in an MLS Reserve League match. He came back to the Cosmos to train Tuesday.
Gallucci: Coaches, parents, athletes can find ways to minimize injuries by planning ahead
It's that time of the year again. With the women's college season about to begin this weekend, high school practice ready to start next week and the kickoff of fall youth soccer just around the corner, Major League Soccer medical coordinator John Gallucci Jr. expects an uptick in injuries. Complete
Red Bulls' Bustamante expected to miss rest of the season after ACL operation
Red Bulls midfielder Michael Bustamante underwent successful ACL surgery on his right knee at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York Wednesday. Complete
COSMOS IN THE WORLD CUP 27 have been on the sport’s biggest stage
During their heyday in the 1970s and 1980s, the New York Cosmos were known across the globe for their assemblage of international stars. Many of these stars shone brightest on the world's biggest stage, the World Cup. In fact, 26 players from the original incarnation of the Cosmos competed in the World Cup finals, with four of them getting a chance to stand on the winner's podium.
OFFSIDE REMARKS Recalling a memorable game on the day The King died
It was quite easy for me to remember the 37th anniversary of the death of Elvis Presley -- on Aug. 16, 1977. If you were around at the time, do you know where you were when you heard The King had died? I certainly know where I was. Complete
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CUTTONE’S CONCEPTS Threads in soccer’s colorful tapestry
Phil Stephens never met Nancy Osserman. It’s too bad. They would have gotten along famously, if for no other reason than each provided a rather long thread in the colorful tapestry that is American soccer. Complete
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MY TWO CENTS Ronaldinho to Cosmos: Is it really too far-fetched?
The battle continues to rage on as to who is the best player in the world – Messi or Ronaldo? However, once upon a time Ronaldinho was on that lofty pedestal. Now not so much, but he still is a very good player. Complete
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