The RSL News Stand comes at you on this Monday with some more rear-view mirror views at the Desert Diamond Cup, fresh looks ahead at the start of Major League Soccer’s 17th season of play and much more from across the soccer universe …
It's not about lookin up and seeing how far u have to go but to look back and see how far I've come #noregrets
The RSL 3-Day Forecast
Monday, March 5: Off Day
Tuesday, March 6: Training at America First Field in Sandy at 1:00 p.m. MT
Wednesday, March 7: Training at America First Field at 11:00 a.m. MT
*** Please note that, unless otherwise indicated, RSL training sessions are entirely open to members of the media and public. While all RSL players and coaches are scheduled to be available for interviews following training session, media members looking for availability for specific players can arrange their requests through RSL Asst. Director of Media Services John Koluder at 801-918-5050 or jkoluder@RealSaltLake.com.
RSL’s “Quick Restarts”
- With the weather cooperating over the last 48 hours, Real Salt Lake will indeed be able to christen America First Field on Tuesday, with the initial training session at the new Sandy-based practice facility set to start at 1:00 p.m. MT. RealSaltLake.com will have the full training schedule for opening week posted by 12:30 p.m. today.
- With the advent of a new MLS season comes a new soccer-based show on ESPN 700 Sports, as the debut of “On Frame” will take place tonight from 6:00-8:00 p.m. MT. The weekly, two-hour program on Monday evenings will feature hosts Spencer Warne, Brian Dunseth and Brian Kamler guiding listeners through all things soccer, including interviews with RSL and MLS personalities to prepare fans for what’s next to come for the Claret-and-Cobalt in addition to discussing the relevant topics of the day across the “beautiful game.”
- Will Johnson will get to test out his German over the next few days, as the midfielder is arriving in Munich today in preparation for a Wednesday surgery to repair a nagging right adductor injury. The RSL stalwart and Canadian international will miss 10-14 days of training while recovering from the procedure, which could put him back on the field by month’s end.
RSL News & Notes
MLS News & Notes
Misc. Soccer News & Notes