The 2010 season is upon us, so to help you get ready, or in case you’re bored, here are previews of each of the 16 teams. For each team, I’ve linked to more than one preview. I always find it interesting to see what different folks say about the same situation. Given the late settlement of the CBA and the many roster moves that have occurred in an effort to get rosters to the 24 man limit by Wednesday night, no preview is older than March 15.
Note: I generally like WV Hooligan’s previews, but he did most of his early on, and with all the late player movement I thought it best to link to more recent posts. But I would recommend heading over to Drew Epperly’s WV Hooligan for his views on various teams. Use the team logo links on the right side of the screen to find the previews.
Below the team reviews, I’ve also linked to a few general previews as well as a look at the Seattle/Philadelphia match. Take note that I’ll pick up again with my weekly attendance reports on Mondays throughout the season. In case you missed it, here is my 2010 prequel post.
Isaac Heath for Goal.com
Travis Clark for SBI
WV Hooligan’s Rookie Watch
Ridge Mahoney Ranks MLS Midfields
Some players that I’ll be watching this year …
- Brad Ring of San Jose, coming back after being out last year with an injury, if he can find time on the pitch.
- Kei Kamara of Kansas City, I saw him several times this spring and he looked very strong and eager to impose himself.
- Ryan Smith, also of Kansas City, former Arsenal academy player. Look for him on the left wing with Roger Espinoza behind him on defense.
- Geoff Cameron of Houston. Can he be the centerpiece of a new midfield? DeRosario, Clark, and Holden gone in the space of two seasons.
- Joel Lindpere of RBNY. He really impressed me in the Santos match. One of eleven new players on the roster.
Seattle v Philadelphia Preview
from Philadelphia Union ASN
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