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UNITED SOCCER LEAGUE

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Cincinnati 23 8 3 77
2 Louisville 19 9 6 66
3 Pittsburgh 15 14 5 59
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FC Cincinnati midfielder Emmanuel Ledesma set to sign new contract - sources

FC Cincinnati is set to sign midfielder Emmanuel Ledesma to a new contract ahead of its first season in MLS, a source with direct knowledge of the situation has told ESPN FC.

Ledesma, 30, has enjoyed a standout campaign in the USL, scoring 16 goals and adding 15 assists this season for FCC. That level of production is expected see him named USL MVP at the conclusion of the season. He has twice been named the league's Player of the Month, having won the award in June and September.

While the financials...

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FC Cincinnati signs Fanendo Adi, Fatai Alashe ahead of MLS move

FC Cincinnati has signed its first two MLS players ahead of joining the league next season, completing deals for Portland Timbers forward Fanendo Adi and San Jose Earthquakes midfielder Fatai Alashe.

The Timbers will receive $450,000 in general allocation money and $400,000 in targeted allocation money for Adi, as well a potential $100,000 more in TAM in performance bonuses and a portion of any future deal should Cincinnati sell Adi to a club outside MLS by summer 2020.

Adi, who is making a...

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FC Cincinnati's inclusion has 'no effect' on Columbus Crew SC future - Don Garber

Ale Moreno says FC Cincinnati are a good fit for MLS, but uncertainty in Columbus means the league could miss out on a special rivalry.

MLS commissioner Don Garber has waved away suggestions that FC Cincinnati's introduction to the league will harm the Crew's chances of remaining in Columbus.

Cincinnati were confirmed as MLS's newest expansion team on Tuesday evening and, with a temporary venue already in place, MLS gave the former United Soccer League side the go-ahead to join the league next season -- leapfrogging two other recently announced expansion clubs in Nashville and Miami, which are expected to start in 2020.

Another...