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1. The Montreal Impact signed Kenyan midfielder Victor Wanyama as a Designated Player following a free transfer from Tottenham. He signed a three-year contract after four seasons at Spurs for which he dressed in the 2019 UEFA Champions League final. Wanyama, 28, made his English debut with Southampton in 2013, becoming the first Kenyan player to appear in the Premier League. Before that, he played for Swedish club Helsingborg's' U-21s and Beerschot in Belgium and Kenyan clubs Nairobi City Stars and AFC Leopards.

2. Arlo White, NBC Sports' lead play-by-play commentator for its English Premier League coverage, will return to MLS in the offseason to work on the Chicago Fire's local broadcasts on WGN-TV and ESPN+. Prior to joining NBC in 2013, White was the play-by-play voice of the Seattle Sounders. U.S. Soccer Hall of Famer Tony Meola will be the color analyst while 26-year-old Tyler Terens will handle the play-by-play when White is unavailable.

3. The NPSL has added Coyotes FC from Central Texas as an expansion team for the 2020 season. The club is based in Temple, Texas, and will play at Holy Trinity Catholic High School. Other teams in the South Region’s Lone Star Conference include such established clubs as the Laredo Heat, Fort Worth Vaqueros, Denton Diablos and Midland-Odessa Sockers.
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