Atlanta United president Darren Eales feels the Dutchman is a real match with the culture the MLS champs have built. Read the whole story
"That feeling of the way the city got behind the club in the aftermath of winning the Cup strengthened the sense that this is a big club."
-- Darren Eales on new coach Frank de Boer, who was impressed when they walked into an Atlanta Starbucks and their server recognized the Atlanta United president and comped him his coffee. (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
1. Thomas Rongen (83-98-9), Tampa Bay (1996), New England
(1997-98), D.C. United (1999-2001), Chivas USA (2005)
2. Hans Westerhof (3-14-4), Chivas USA (2005)
3. Ruud Gullit (6-8-5), LA Galaxy (2008)
4. Aron Winter (7-22-15), Toronto FC (2011-12)
5. Sacha van der Most (0-1-0), Chivas USA (2013)
Note: In parentheses is W-L-T record.
Mendelsohn follows Gregg Berhalter from the Crew to Chicago, replacing Ryan Mooney, who left to help run a new venture in Philadelphia. Read the whole story
Belgium Ethan Horvath, Club Brugge, 90 minutes (5-1 vs. Antwerp)
Germany John Brooks, Wolfsburg, 90 minutes (3-2 at Augsburg)
-- Joe Gyau, Duisburg/D2, sub-45 minutes (1-3 vs. Dynamo Dresden)
Spain Shaq Moore, Reus, 77 minutes (0-1 vs. Osasuna)