— Sean Sittnick (@SeanMNUnited) January 9, 2017
These paid outreach positions are something many people who follow the team have been clamoring for (for a while). Great work, Sean!
Something that seemed in the works for a while, Jamie Watson will be retiring from soccer and joining Minnesota United FC in a media and broadcast capacity, according to a report by Andy Greder in the Pioneer Press.
NASL referred to their league as “strong.” Such an adjective is surprising as the league has gone from 12 to eight teams, two of which folded and have not paid their players and staff. In addition, the league will be running Jacksonville for at least the Spring Season to maintain eight teams. Not exactly the definition of strong.
Minneapolis City’s tryout will be in March:
Play in front of the best supporters in #TheNorth
— Minneapolis City SC (@mplscitysc) January 10, 2017
Rochester’s Med City FC will be announcing open tryouts this week:
Expect some announcements THIS WEEK regarding the Med City FC coaching staff and open tryout dates!
— Med City FC (@MedCityFC) January 9, 2017
While VSLT is running a gofundme to help them raise money for their team.
Donaciones mayores a $50 y te llevaras tu kit de Fan!!… https://t.co/8TLvDDIxDI
— VSLT FC (@VSLTFC) December 31, 2016
Their tryouts will be January 17th – 19th.
Good luck to all the players going out for these teams!