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Dockal speaks, new MLS transfer rules, and Manchester City pummel Arsenal again.

MLS: D.C. United vs. Philadelphia Union Jonathan Dyer-USA TODAY Sports

Philadelphia Union News

Philadelphia Union roster: Player-by-player breakdown of the depth chart
Starting with C.J. Sapong, who last season delivered a career-best 16 goals and earned a return to the U.S. national team. Now the pressure is on for him to do even more.

Philadelphia Union's Borek Dockal ready to be playmaker, star as he begins life in America
It's probably just a coincidence that Borek Dockal has never worn the No. 10 jersey in his soccer-playing career, even though he's been a midfield playmaker for a long time. Now the sport's most hallowed number is set to be his with the Union.

MLS News

MLS season preview 2018: More South American flair, LAFC's debut, better online streaming
As Major League Soccer begins its 23rd season, here are some top storylines to follow around the league.

Vancouver Whitecaps agree Jordon Mutch loan with Crystal Palace
The Vancouver Whitecaps have agreed a deal with Crystal Palace for midfielder Jordon Mutch, sources with knowledge of the deal have told ESPN FC.

How a new Homegrown transfer rule will impact MLS
Multiple sources have confirmed to MLSsoccer.com that the league is getting ready to announce that it will allow clubs to keep 100 percent of a transfer fee when they sell a Homegrown player.

MLS players in the 2018 World Cup: The MLS stars who will represent their nations in Russia
Goal looks at the MLS players who represent Mexico, Costa Rica, Panama and other countries and have a good chance to be in the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

David Beckham's Miami MLS stadium site may not be big enough
Mas says the nine-acre site in Overtown that the Beckham group secured for the venue two years ago just isn’t large enough to match his ambitions.

Rest of the World News

Man City move to within five wins of title as Arsenal flop on frozen night
Five wins are all that separate Manchester City from the Premier League title following their comfortable 3-0 win vs. Arsenal at the Emirates.