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Topic - Peter Vermes
One of the participants in the MLS championship game went through a long-term rebuilding project under new ownership, complete with a rebranding of the organization, construction of a $200 million stadium and the revitalization of soccer in the surrounding community.
There's humbleness to Graham Zusi that belies his artistry. On the field, he is respected as a risk-taker, as an author of visionary passing and stunning strikes. But off it, he's calm. He's calculated. Never high, never low.
Peter Vermes never thought another Major League Soccer team would put together the kind of start that the Los Angeles Galaxy accomplished during the league's inaugural season.
Sporting Kansas City says Ryan Smith is leaving the MLS team for family reasons and will not be back this season.
After a five-day tryout proved that he was a good teammate who lacked enough soccer skills, NFL star Chad Ochocinco got what he was hoping for Tuesday _ a spot on the reserve team for Sporting Kansas City.
When it comes to soccer, Chad Ochocinco looks like a football player.
Switching from football to soccer won't be easy for Chad Ochocinco, if it happens at all.
Chad Ochocinco will try to play a different kind of football during the NFL lockout.
The head coach of the Kansas City Wizards was arrested earlier this month on suspicion of drunken driving.
"We've made such a turnaround in all aspects of the club," said Sporting KC manager Peter Vermes, who played on that 2000 team. "So much of it has to do with the ownership group and the vision and commitment, and not just their commitment from the financial aspect but also from their participation within the community. That's been a major impact on our team."
"He's realistic," Kansas City coach Peter Vermes said. "He knows that as much as you work hard to get to where you are, in a fleeting moment, it can also go away. I think that's why he is very determined, he's very focused."