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How Siad Haji immigrated from Kenya, fell through U.S. Soccer's cracks and still rose to No. 2 in MLS SuperDraft

Ale Moreno looks at the highs and lows for Major League Soccer in 2018 ranging from die-hard fans, pitch invaders, Vikings and absolutely bonkers celebrations.

On Friday afternoon, Siad Haji achieved his dream of becoming a professional soccer player when the San Jose Earthquakes took the 19-year-old Generation Adidas attacker with the second pick in the 2019 MLS SuperDraft.

Haji took a winding road to reach this point. He's a refugee who grew up playing soccer on the streets in northern New England, nobody's idea of a soccer hotbed. He was never tipped for stardom, spending his freshman year of college in Division III before landing on a D-I team....

MLS SuperDraft 2019: What you need to know as FC Cincinnati prepares for inaugural season

In an interview with ESPN FC's Seb Salazar, Bob Bradley opens up on what Carlos Vela must do to stand out in big games for LAFC in 2019.
Tim Howard explains how U.S. goalkeeper Zack Steffen can overcome the challenges posed by playing behind Ederson at Manchester City.

On Friday, college players from across the country will be hoping to receive the coveted call from one of Major League Soccer's 24 franchises during the four rounds of the 2019 MLS SuperDraft (Friday, 1 p.m. ET).

Here's what you need to know heading into the event:

Teams to watch

Fans of expansion franchise FC Cincinnati can expect their team to be very busy on Friday as it continues to try to stockpile talent for its first-ever season in MLS. This process will be helped in part by the purchase...

Why the MLS combine still matters, even as draft becomes increasingly unnecessary

ORLANDO, Fla. -- DeJuan Jones and Camden Riley were leaning against a wall in a tunnel underneath Orlando City Stadium, a look of satisfaction on their faces. Riley scored in Team X's 2-1 win over Team Nemeziz at the MLS Player Combine. His teammate Jones capped off a week in which he graded off the charts in terms of his athleticism and impressed with his production on the field as well. Each was content in the knowledge that he had increased his stock, in what could be the last ever combine,...

Major League Soccer's 10 can't-miss matchups of 2019

Ale Moreno looks at the highs and lows for Major League Soccer in 2018 ranging from die-hard fans, pitch invaders, Vikings and absolutely bonkers celebrations.

The 2019 Major League Soccer schedule is out with a number of matches sure to excite. Here are 10 matches not to be missed.

March 17: FC Cincinnati vs. Portland Timbers

While FC Cincinnati will be two games into its first MLS season, the first time playing in front of the home fans will feel like the franchise's true beginning. The fans in Cincy brought the goods to Nippert Stadium while the team was competing in the USL, averaging more than 21,000 fans in 2017 and more than 25,000 in 2018....

South American success now a path to MLS as much as to Europe's elite

Guillermo Barros Schelotto opens up in his first interview with the LA Galaxy as to why he chose the club and his thoughts for the upcoming season.

At the end of each year, the El Pais newspaper in Uruguay organises a survey to crown the best player of the Americas. The 2018 winner, with a commanding 41 percent of the vote, was River Plate's attacking midfielder Gonzalo "Pity" Martinez -- a player South American fans will not be seeing for a while. Martinez announced after the Club World Cup he was taking his left-footed flair to the United States to join Atlanta United in Major League Soccer.

Two conclusions can be drawn from this. One is...

Sigi Schmid's legacy as a builder in U.S. soccer goes beyond the many trophies he won

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno and Steve Nicol share their fond memories of mentor, friend and U.S. Soccer legend, Sigi Schmid.

In the spring of 2000, Jimmy Conrad was carrying a heavy burden. His stepfather, Rob Doty, was dying of cancer. With Conrad's family based in Southern California, an upcoming match at the Rose Bowl between his San Jose Earthquakes and the LA Galaxy was set to be the last time he would be able to play in person in front of his ailing stepfather.

There was one problem, and it was a big one. Conrad was suspended for the game due to yellow card accumulation. So the defender called up his old college...