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1. For the second time in two days FloSports came in for criticism from MLS fans. A day after technical issues plagued the start of Flo FC's first D.C. United broadcast, The Pride, an FC Cincinnati supporters group, criticized the terms of the deal the expansion MLS club reached for regional streaming rights on Flo FC through the 2020 season. The Pride objected to the cost of subscribing to Flo FC -- $30 monthly or $150 annually for all of the content on the FloSports streaming service -- and the lack of a discount offer for FC Cincinnati fans, like the one offered to D.C. United fans. FC Cincinnati's over-the-air provider is Star 64, which The Pride said in a statement some fans can't access.

2. Jermaine Jones is the latest former U.S. international to move indoors, signing with the Major Arena Soccer League's Ontario (Calif.) Fury. An announcement will be made on Tuesday. Jones, whose last season in MLS was 2017 with the LA Galaxy, follows Landon Donovan, who signed with the San Diego Sockers. Other former MLS players playing indoors include former MVP Dwayne De Rosario in Mississauga, Lamar Neagle in Tacoma and Kevin Ellis in Kansas City.

3. Hungary has called up Sporting KC's Krisztian Nemeth and Botond Barath for Euro 2020 qualifiers against Slovakia and Croatia in March. Nemeth opened the season with goals in each of Sporting KC's first three games (Concacaf Champions League matches against Toluca and the MLS opener at LAFC). Barath, who arrived from Honved in the offseason, has started both MLS games. Also called up for Euro qualifying: Chicago's Przemysaw Frankowsk (Poland)i.
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