|STORY OF THE DAY!|
Expansion teams learn hard MLS lessons
| New York City FC and Orlando City are finding out just how hard it is to compete in MLS as expansion teams even when they've shelled out big money for international stars. They've learned some hard
MLS lessons that Designated Players must be healthy and must be producing.|
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