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What They're Saying
October 29th, 2008 7AM

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"I figured if I'm going to take MLS seriously and want to make it a really good league and develop it, I should come now and not in three years' time. It took me three months to come to a decision of what I wanted to do, but the guys here have helped me in my decision by showing me around the city and what they want to do with the team."

-- Fromer Arsenal and Sweden Freddie Ljungberg, 31, upon signing with MLS 2009 expansion club Seattle Sounders FC for a reported $2.5 million a year. (Seattle Times)



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