These days, a club following a player on Twitter is pretty much the same as announcing that they have signed, right?
#VillalbaWatch is getting a little batty, okay?
While we wait for more news on Tito, it became official yesterday that Kenwyne Jones was added to the provisional 30 man squad for Central FC of Trinidad and Tobago for the Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League. As the club told us earlier this week, they expect that Jones will be joining Atlanta United in January.
"He's on the provisional squad but we have not agreed anything contractually or anything of the sort," Central FC CEO Brent Sancho told Newsday. "What we did was submit a list of players to CONCACAF.”
Stay tuned to us here at Dirty South Soccer in case news breaks today!
Mallory Pugh delaying her start at UCLA for the Olympics and U20 World Cup (Denver Post)
Patrick Vieira would be willing to trade Mix Diskerud (Empire of Soccer)
Diskerud's contract (750k+ & I'm told 2 more years are guaranteed) makes it tough to move him in MLS. https://t.co/vd7C5i5YPF— Jeff Carlisle (@JeffreyCarlisle) July 14, 2016
Liam Ridgewell contract extension in Portland? (Yahoo UK)
Federico Higuain getting closer to making a return to the Columbus Crew (Columbus Dispatch)
Crystal Palace is looking forward to playing FC Cincinnati on Saturday in front of a huge crowd (Cincinnati.com)
Sheffield Wednesday signs US U20 midfielder James Murphy (SBI Soccer)
Boca Juniors crash out of the Copa Libertadores in the semifinal stage to Independiente del Valle of Ecuador (ESPN FC)
Nicolas Lodeiro road to Seattle: #Boca eliminated by #IDV after 3-2 loss#SoundersFC #SSFC #MLS #CopaLibertadores— Emmanuel Quispe (@emaquix) July 15, 2016
Liverpool injuries force them back into the transfer market (The Liverpool Offside)
Official: Marc Wilmots is no longer the coach of Belgium. https://t.co/ufF1d0xliQ— Priya Ramesh (@Priya8Ramesh) July 15, 2016
The Top Drawer Soccer crew took at look at how Atlanta United is building its roster (Top Drawer Soccer)
Check out the new Locked on Hawks podcast (Peachtree Hoops)
A midseason report on the top prospects in the Braves’ farm system (Talking Chop)