— Minneapolis City SC (@mplscitysc) December 14, 2016
On Wednesday afternoon, Minneapolis City SC announced that they’ll be a part of the NPSL for the 2017 season. Our own Kyle Eliason has the backstory, complete with info about a couple other Minnesota teams making the jump.
Sounds like Minnesota United is not expected to be active in Major League Soccer's waiver and re-entry draft processes in next couple days.
— Andy Greder (@andygreder) December 14, 2016
Minnesota United is awash in drafts at the moment, and no, we’re not talking about sub-zero air seeping through the windows. The Loons took part in an expansion draft on Tuesday and now look forward to the waiver and re-entry draft. So far, so good it seems!
Sources: @FTLStrikers have new ownership and they will meet with "players they are interested in bringing back" tomorrow morning.
— Pedro Heizer (@pedroheizer) December 14, 2016
First, the good news. Pedro Heizer reports that the Fort Lauderdale Strikers have new ownership and were to begin talks with players on 12/14. The bad news? What was left of the NASL continues to fall apart, with reports that Jacksonville Armada have terminated all player contracts.
— Detroit City FC (@DetroitCityFC) December 14, 2016
Take that Portland and Minneapolis bike hipsters. Detroit Bikes now makes a Detroit City FC-themed bicycle. You know you’re jealous.