The Aggregate Line - March 2nd

It's been a mostly slow news day for Major League Soccer as fans around the nation have to face the harsh glare of inadequacy in the CONCACAF Champions League.  Yes, Los Angeles, the people's champion, the best team (trademark pending)  in Major League Soccer History were vanquished at the hands of Santos Laguna.  But are they bothered about it?  

Not too bothered at all. 

Whatever LA, we don't care either. 

Collen Warner got traded to Houston.  You can read our very detailed account of the transaction here:

Hey look Columbus has multiple DPs!   Kei Kamara deservedly earned a brand new contract after his almost golden boot winning exploits last season.  This is great news for fans of last year's MLS Cup finalists and presumably Chipotle as well 

Where is Dilly Duka?  Seriously. Where is he? 

Vincy Heat in Seattle? Vincy Heat in Seattle.  Young striker Oalex Anderson signed a contract with the Sounders first team after impressing in his previous stint with S2. If you aren't familiar with Mr. Anderson's portfolio, you may have seen him do this:

FC Dallas signed super draft selection Colin Bonner to his first MLS contract.  Why is this newsworthy? Because it gives me the opportunity to post this again:
 

Raging Bonner.  Classic. 

Raging Bonner.  Classic. 

Colorado leaked their new kit accidentally last week, despite having an unveiling party planned for after the season starts.  They've been trying to soften that blow a little bit by slowly revealing the kit being held by notable Coloradans. The jersey itself is pretty "meh" and Colorado has kind of blown this play. Anyway, it looks like this I guess:
   

I know what you're thinking. Wait is that THE Erik Saravia? The one that owns a local Colorado Lincoln dealership?  Well. It is.

I know what you're thinking. Wait is that THE Erik Saravia? The one that owns a local Colorado Lincoln dealership?  Well. It is.

Ok that's all the news for today.  We've got some fun and potentially treacherous CONCACAF Champions League matches to watch and perhaps these teams will care.  We'll be back tomorrow with more exciting news and developments slightly after they happen.