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It's back to work for MLS clubs
January 26th, 2014 3:36PM
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[SEEN AROUND TOWN] While U.S. national team players are back at the National Training Center for their fourth and final week of training, MLS players are just getting going. The good news: they get free stuff. The bad news: it's time for two-a-days.

FREE STUFF. The opening of training camp means Columbus Crew players get outfitted with new adidas equipment.



SIGI SCRUM. Few teams garner the media coverage that the Seattle Sounders get. After a volatile offseason, the attention is all on Coach Sigi Schmid.



TOUR DE CASA GRANDE. It's bike time for Devon Sandoval and Chris Schuler (right) as Real Salt Lake begins two-a-days in Arizona.



BACK IN TOWN. Brad Davis, Kyle Beckerman, Clarence Goodson, Chris Wondolowski and Nick Rimando (left to right) check out Venice Beach on the U.S. national team's first day back in California after its trip to Brazil.



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