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Cooper adds size and experience to Impact

Kenny Cooper has been a lot of things to a lot of Major League Soccer teams over the years. But as the 30-year-old American striker settles into the next chapter of his career with the Impact, he appears reluctant to be classified the team’s saviour. 848 more words

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Impact has little choice but to sink or swim with McInerney

In many ways, Jack McInerney is beginning to discover, it can be both a blessing and curse to be regarded as a scorer in professional soccer. 921 more words

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Rookie Porter makes mark with Impact

Cameron Porter swears it has been at least a week since he shaved — not that the evidence is readily visible. The inability to grow a suitable playoff beard, potentially, should be the least of his concerns. 1,021 more words

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Impact counting on designated-player Ignacio Piatti

He might have only started six games for the Impact last season following his August arrival, but it quickly became apparent Argentine midfielder Ignacio Piatti stuck out like a sore thumb. 881 more words

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Impact tries to forget the past as MLS training camp begins

When Frank Klopas addressed the players for the first time on Thursday — a welcoming meeting, designed to set the tone for the new Major League Soccer season — the Montreal Impact head coach made no mention of 2014. 928 more words

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Thierry Henry e os craques que deram adeus ao futebol em 2014

O ano de 2014 marcou algumas despedidas marcantes no futebol mundial. O craque francês Thierry Henry, que anunciou sua aposentadoria dos gramados na última terça-feira, infelizmente, não foi o único a terminar sua vitoriosa carreira no mundo da bola. 1,003 more words

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Montreal Impact acquire former Napoli defensive midfielder Marco Donadel

MONTREAL — The Montreal Impact have reached agreement on a contract with free-agent midfielder Marco Donadel.

Donadel, who was released by Italian club Napoli last summer, played 244 games with six teams in Serie A between 2001 and 2014. 146 more words

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