Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Hooligan's Daily: Navas heads back to Sevilla

Yesterday's Scores
None.

Headlines
Jesus Navas has sealed his free transfer to Sevilla. Navas was cut from Manchester City after last season after his contract expired. He signs four year deal with the Spanish club after serving as mostly a substitute in England last year. This will be his second run with Sevilla. He won the UEFA Cup there in 2006 and 2007 before making the move to City.

Also leaving the blue side of Manchester is Fernando. The Brazilian midfielder is set to join Galatasaray. No fee has been announced for the transfer. He only started one league game for City last year, but came off the bench 26 times.

The strange life of Freddy Adu continues with his abandoning his potential move to Polish side Sandecja Nowy Sacz after his manager called the move a joke. He was set to move to the newly promoted first tier club, but manager Radoslaw Mroczkowski was less than impressed with both Adu as a player and his lack of knowledge of the trial. Adu has played for 13 clubs in eight countries since he turned pro at the tender age of 15, and he's still looking around for club number 14.

Today's Matches
MLS
MLS All Stars v. Real Madrid- 8:30pm- FS1

U.S. Open Cup- Quarterfinals
Miami FC v. FC Cincinnati- 7:30pm

USL
Vancouver Whitecaps 2 v. Rio Grande Valley- 3pm- YouTube
Orlando City B v. Harrisburg City Islanders- 7:30pm- YouTube
Oklahoma City Energy v. Reno 1868- 8:30pm- ESPN3
LA Galaxy II v. Orange County SC- 10:30pm- YouTube

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