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MLS suspends Red Bulls’ Peguy Luyindula

 

 

NEW YORK (October 9, 2014) – The MLS Disciplinary Committee announced on Thursday that New York Red Bulls forward Péguy Luyindula has been suspended for one game and fined an undisclosed amount for serious foul play which endangered the safety of an opponent in the 73rd minute of the Red Bulls’ 1-0 win over the Houston Dynamo on October 4 (VIDEO).

 

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Revolution midfielder Clyde Simms retires due to kidney disease

Clyde Simms (2008 photo by Ben Stanfield via wikipedia commons)

Clyde Simms was in his prime at just 32 years of age when he retired from Major League Soccer recently.

He had a good reason too. His health!

The former midfielder of the New England Revolution decided to hang up the soccer cleats in early 2014 due to a battle with kidney disease.

Clyde’s disease – Focal Segmental Glomerlo-sclerosis (FSGS) – has now progressed to the point that he needs a kidney transplant.

The usual waiting time for a suitable match is about four years, and many people on the waiting list really don’t have that long before needing to go on dialysis, including Simms.

People interested in donating a kidney first need to contact a donation center and be tested. To be tested to see if you are a match to help Clyde, or any other person waiting for a kidney match, please contact the Massachusetts General Hospital’s Living Donor Program at (617) 643-7193.

For more information, www.revolutionsoccer.net/OurFriendClyde.

Simms is a graduate of East Carolina University. While playing as a Pirate, in 72 games, he scored 7 goals and handed out 7 assists and was the team captain his final three seasons.

In the MLS, he played for D.C. United from 2005-2013 and with the Revolution in 2012 and 2013. He played for the U.S. National Team in 2005.

The 5’9 defensive midfielder was born in Jamestown, North Carolina.

 

New England Revolution home attendance is among the MLS’ pacesetters

Gillette Stadium Home of NE Revolution (2008 photo by J. Poreda via wikipedia commons)

Over the years, the New England Revolution have been one of Major League Soccer’s top drawing teams at home.

With only two home games left in the 2014 season, the Revs attendance is far ahead of 2013′s attendance figures.

Through 15 home games, the club has increased its attendance by 11.3 percent. The Revolution is averaging 15,178 fans at Gillette Stadium this season; that’s almost 2,000 fans per game ahead of the team’s average of 13,237 through 14 games last season.

During the 2014 season, New England claims the MLS’ fourth-highest attendance growth rate behind D.C. United (19.4%), San Jose (19.0%, which also includes a match at the 49ers’ Levi Stadium) and Toronto (16.9%) through the same amount of games a year ago.

On the season, the MLS is averaging a 1.8 percent growth in attendance through the same number of games.

MLS Disciplinary Committee Week 22 suspensions include Eddie Johnson & Callum Mallace

 

 

NEW YORK (August 13, 2014) – DC United forward Eddie Johnson has been suspended two games and fined an undisclosed amount for violent conduct towards Real Salt Lake defender Carlos Salcedo in the 30th minute of their team’s August 9 game (VIDEO).

 

The MLS Disciplinary Committee has also suspended Montreal Impact midfielder Calum Mallace one game and fined him an undisclosed amount for violating the League’s policy regarding entering field of play/leaving bench and technical area in the 42nd minute of the August 9 game against the Philadelphia Union (VIDEO).

 

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MLS WORKS, ESPN to present a Special Olympics All-Star Soccer match between North America and Germany on Tuesday August 5

 

NEW YORK – On behalf of the 2014 AT&T MLS All-Star Game, MLS WORKS, ESPN and Special Olympics are collaborating to leverage the power of sports to promote an environment of social inclusion and acceptance, by uniting people with and without intellectual disabilities through Special Olympics Unified Sports.

 

On Tuesday, August 5th, MLS WORKS and ESPN will host a Special Olympics Unified Sports All-Star soccer match between Special Olympics North America and Special Olympics Germany, to coincide with the 2014 AT&T MLS All-Stars taking on German Bundesliga club, FC Bayern Munich.

 

The two Unified Sports soccer teams (comprised of players both with and without intellectual disabilities, wearing uniforms provided by adidas) will play a 7v7 small-sided match, consisting of two 20-minute halves, at 2 p.m. PT on the Providence Park game field.  The game will start immediately following the AT&T MLS All-Star open training session with free admission to the public. Special Olympics athletes and unified partners will be available for interviews following the game.

 

The game will showcase the Unified Sports exchange program that is the cornerstone of the ongoing partnership between MLS and Special Olympics North America.  Through the Unified Sports soccer exchange program, Unified soccer teams from MLS cities travel to other MLS markets to receive training from MLS players and coaches, as well as compete in exhibition matches with their Special Olympics counterparts in that MLS market.  Unified matches are scheduled in conjunction with MLS club matches, providing MLS fans with an opportunity to witness first-hand, the talents and abilities of Special Olympics soccer players.

 

Toronto FC All-Star and World Cup star Michael Bradley will be joined by Bayern Munich legend and club ambassador Paul Breitner to present the Special Olympic athletes and the Unified Partners with medals following the match.

The participants and coaches will also participate in a halftime recognition during the 2014 AT&T MLS All-Star Game at Providence Park (9:30 p.m. ET, ESPN2, Univision, RDS, TSN).  ESPN is the Global Presenting Sponsor and Official Media Sponsor of Special Olympics Unified Sports.

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Lauren Hayes; COURTESY MLS COMMUNICATIONS

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