By sending Cooper to Dallas, where he began his M.L.S. career in 2006, the Red Bulls have now traded, released and/or exiled about a dozen players from last season’s roster. (via Red Bulls Wheeling and (Still) Dealing - NYTimes.com)
Kenny Cooper (and his team leading 18 goals) will be missed badly. I hope RBNY knows what they’re doing.

By sending Cooper to Dallas, where he began his M.L.S. career in 2006, the Red Bulls have now traded, released and/or exiled about a dozen players from last season’s roster. (via Red Bulls Wheeling and (Still) Dealing - NYTimes.com)

Kenny Cooper (and his team leading 18 goals) will be missed badly. I hope RBNY knows what they’re doing.

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  1. katiewashere said: This has puzzled me ever since it was rumored he was out. I’ve heard nothing but great things about him off the field and with 18 goals, he was doing ok on the field.
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