Tuesday morning: What's in the news ...

1. Oscar Pareja could be headed back to MLS after only year at Liga MX's Tijuana. Pareja left Xolos on Monday after they failed to make the Torneo Apertura playoffs, and his name has been mentioned as a candidate for the head coaching vacancy at Orlando City. Lions executive VP of soccer operations Luiz Muzzi came from FC Dallas, where he worked with Pareja. The Colombian spent 18 years as a player and coach in Dallas before heading to Tijuana after the 2018 MLS season. Pareja led Tijuana to the 2019 Torneo Clausura playoffs but couldn't duplicate the feat this fall.

2. Ed Kelly has retired after 32 years as Boston College men’s head coach. He leaves with a record of 289-239-67. The Eagles have earned 13 NCAA Tournament appearances and made the quarterfinals three times. He began his college coaching career at Seton Hall, which he helped build into a national power, and was one of 15 active coaches with more than 325 career victories. BC’s season ended Sunday with a 2-0 loss at Washington.

3. Frenchman Laurent Courtois is one of four new staff hires at Crew SC Academy. Courtois, who played for Chivas USA and the LA Galaxy, had been an assistant coach at Galaxy II the last three seasons after beginning his coaching career in the famed Lyon youth academy. Besides Courtois, who will be the U-17 head coach, the Crew hired Evan Fuhs (U-15 head coach), Mutanda Kwesele (U-14 head coach) and David Winner (academy goalkeeper coach).
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