The Aggregate Line - March 1, 2016

The 2nd legs of the CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinals kick off tonight. MLS is going to need some goals if any of the four teams are to advance.

Today was roster compliance day in Major League Soccer, where teams trim their rosters to follow MLS rules. We saw a number of moves go down today.

Toronto FC parted ways with forward Herculez Gomez. Our own Rob Ditta offered thoughts on this shock move.

Sporting Kansas City and defender Marcel de Jong mutually agreed to terminate the Canadian's contract. Trialist Kenny Cooper will also not be in KC this season.

Orlando City is looking to Fill the Bowl again. The Lions announced that they have already sold 50,000 tickets for Sunday's game against Real Salt Lake. 

Toronto FC released their new away kit today, a nod to the history of soccer in Toronto. 

FC Dallas is set to release their jersey this week but we got a leak today.

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