Mayor Of St. Paul Hoping To Land Soccer StadiumBack in March it was announced that Major League Soccer would be coming to Minnesota. Just a few months later, however, that plan could be in jeopardy with a stadium site yet to be decided. Now, St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman is hoping to sway the league east of the Mississippi River.
Mexican Team Faces Off Against Minnesota United As Part Of Ibarra TradeWhen Minnesota United sold star player Miguel Ibarra to a Club Leon of Mexico last month, not only did the deal have a seven-figure price tag, but it also came with a condition -- that Ibarra's new team come to Minnesota to play a game against his old team.
Minnesota United Players Make A Multilingual TeamTiago Calvano speaks Portuguese, Spanish, English, German, French and Italian. Daniel Mendes speaks Portuguese, Spanish, English and Swedish. That's seven languages all together, and it's paying off on the field.
St. Paul Mayor Invites MLS To View Potential Stadium SiteWe learned Thursday that Major League Soccer may be coming to St. Paul rather than Minneapolis. This morning, Mayor Chris Coleman announced he's invited the MLS president to visit St. Paul and check out some land where a new soccer stadium could be built.
Player Style Files: Keeping Up With Chicago Fire Goalkeeper Sean JohnsonChicago Fire goalkeeper Sean Johnson unloads on what's behind the goalkeeper position, as well as takes us for a ride in his Lamborghini.
Minnesota United Head Coach, Owner Talk Soccer Ahead Of Season OpenerWCCO's David McCoy spoke to the team's owner and head coach ahead of Saturday's game to talk about the recent buzz around soccer in Minnesota.
Senate: No State Money To Build New MLS StadiumSenate lawmakers are leaving no room for debate: There should be no state money for a new professional soccer stadium. Minnesota's Senate overwhelmingly voted Monday to ban any state funds from being used to build a Major League Soccer Stadium.
Will Lawmakers Warm To Soccer Stadium Funding?There's a possible climate change at the Minnesota State Capitol. Top lawmakers will meet next week with the owners of Minnesota's new Major League Soccer franchise to discuss public funding for a stadium in Minneapolis.

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