Jalil Anibaba

Seattle Sounders #4 - Defender

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Hanauer: Sounders unlikely to make big move soon

Sounders have unused allocation money, but the lack of salary cap room means they'd probably have to move someone out in order to bring someone in.

2014 Season Preview - Depth Chart


With only 60% of last year's minutes returning the depth chart is a bit different than last year. Preseason even sorted out a few of the questions and raised the possibility of others. For now it...

Preseason: Sounders v Earthquakes - what to watch


At 10 AM Wednesday preseason enters the game playing phase. Down in Arizona Seattle will face San Jose. The match will be streamed on MLSsoccer.com

Report: Sounders halt pursuit of Steffen Hagen

Two sides apparently couldn't quite agree on a fair transfer fee.

Major Link Soccer: Montero in the World Cup?


The former Sounders striker (and current Sounder at Heart) may finally get the opportunity he so clearly craves.

Chicago Fire Draft Marco Franco


The Chicago Fire take a Right back in the draft, as needed. The Question, of course, is "Can he beat Lovell Palmer out for a starting spot?"

Scouting Report: Jalil Anibaba


You know a trade is well-conceived at a very basic level when both sides feel they've won; by that rubric, today's swap of Chicago's Jalil Anibaba for Seattle's Jhon Kennedy Hurtado and Patrick...

The Anibaba/Hurtado/Ianni Trade is Official


As rumored earlier this morning, the Chicago Fire are shipping Jalil Anibaba off to Seattle.

Reports: Sounders swap Ianni, Hurtado for Anibaba

Sounders send pair of center backs to Chicago Fire in exchange for oft-used defender.

Magee & Anibaba Nominated for Awards


One nomination is a surprise, and one is not.

Bakary Soumare Returning to Chicago (Updated)


Reports are out that the Chicago Fire and Philadelphia Union have reached an agreement to a trade that would send Bakary Soumare back to the Chicago Fire.

Still Room for Improvement: CUSA's forwards


Chivas USA have started the season very well, but we argue the team has room for improvement, as three returning strikers have not yet begun producing in 2013.

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