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New York Red Bulls add Chris Armas to coaching staff

HARRISON, N.J. -- The New Jersey Red Bulls have added former MLS and U.S. national player Chris Armas to their coaching staff.

New coach Jesse Marsch announced the choice on Thursday, saying Armas will join the team in Bradenton, Florida, where it is training...

Red Bulls sign Mike Grella, waive Ian Christianson

HARRISON, N.J. -- The New York Red Bulls have signed forward Mike Grella and waived midfielder Ian Christianson.

Grella made the team after a tryout during the team's first preseason trip to Orlando, Florida.

The 28-year-old who played at Duke and spent last year with the Carolina RailHawks of the second-tier North American Soccer League.

He has played in England with Leeds, Carlisle, Swindon, Brentford, Bury, Scunthorpe and Denmark's Viborg.

Christianson was drafted by the Red Bulls in the second...

 By Jason Davis

D.C. United wins a preseason trophy plus America's new star soccer couple

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno sits down with Sporting KC forward Dom Dwyer as he believes his side are preparing for a special 2015 MLS season, and proclaims he is quite the singer.

The countdown continues, with the planned start of the MLS season, March 6, creeping closer with every minute. As team preparations kick into high gear, coaches are fleshing out their best lineups in preseason matches from Arizona to Manchester.

Although preseason doesn't have any bearing on the upcoming season, there are hints of what's to come in each match, even it isn't always obvious at first sight.

With this period still being the offseason, the focus remains split between the on-the-field...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Tim Cahill signs with Chinese Super League giants Shanghai Shenhua

It was an eventful transfer deadline day for Tim Cahill as he announced he'd be leaving the New York Red Bulls, and now is headed to the Chinese Super League with Shanghai Shenhua.

Former Everton and New York Red Bulls star Tim Cahill has confirmed that he has joined Chinese giants Shanghai Shenhua.

Cahill, 35, announced the news just hours after the MLS side said on Monday that the Australian midfielder had left the club by mutual agreement, making him a free agent.

Speaking to Fox Sports News, Australia's all-time leading goal-scorer said: "I'm proud to announce that next move in my career will be in China with Shanghai Shenhua.

"China is a growing market in football. You...