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Around the Club
Tidbits from the training ground today:
Manager Peter Vermes says Felipe Gutierrez has "progressed a lot." He did a "little training" yesterday, will do more today, and will be "built up" over the week. My personal guess is that he will not feature Friday. @BlueTestamentKC @SportingKC— SpKCLife.com (@SpKCLife) April 17, 2018
Asked about interest in strikers Bobby Wood or Fernando Torres, Peter Vermes replied, "Probably all of the above, and we will kind of see where it goes from there." @BlueTestamentKC— SpKCLife.com (@SpKCLife) April 17, 2018
Erik Palmer-Brown is getting the start for KV Kortrijk today.
De opstelling van onze Kerels tegen @ohl_official ! ⚪️ #KVKohl #COYR pic.twitter.com/E389xSrpp9— KV Kortrijk (@kvkofficieel) April 17, 2018
(Major League Soccer) Power Rankings: Sporting KC drop from #4 to #5. Atlanta jumped ahead of Toronto for #2 behind NYCFC.
(Sporting KC) Sunday was the coldest regular season match in club history.
Around the League
(ESPN) Jurgen Klinsmann: World Cup failure set United States back ‘by several years’
(Major League Soccer) Team of the Week: Seattle’s Roldan made the bench.
(ESPN) MLS fines Portland Timbers owner Merritt Paulson for ref criticism. He was mad at Dom’s flop.
(Major League Soccer) Toronto FC mount up for “one more mission” in CCL final
(Go90) Nobody bought the rights so the CCL Final is still streaming for free on Go90.
(MLS YouTube) Instant Replay: They open discussing the Medranda handball.