Report: Union Trade for Le Toux!

image from mobilwi.typepad.comLe Toux in the Dub C a couple years back

Doop!

According to Soccer By Ives, the Union and Red Bulls have completed a trade that will send Sebastien Le Toux back to Philadelphia:

The New York Red Bulls have traded LeToux to the Philadelphia Union for allocation money and the rights to a player to be named later, sources with knowledge of the trade confirmed to SBI on Thursday. The trade came the same day the Red Bulls made a Bona Fide offer to LeToux to secure his MLS rights, which paved the way for the trade.

 

There’s no place like home.

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16 Responses

  1. ABSOLUTELY LOVE IT!!! Well done Hackworth. Now if the Flyers start playing it’ll be a decent winter.

  2. I tried to give soccer a chance, but the LeToux trade killed it.
    Soccer lets its *coaches* make asshole trades? I mean, regular coaches, who haven’t been promoted to Vice President of Football Operations and Chief Walrus? And are actually just blowing up the team out of apathy en route to handing out Gatorade to a minor team in Europe, which is considered a lateral move from head coaching in the MLS?
    Now maybe I’ll try to pay attention again.

  3. easily makes union the fav for the champship LE TOUXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

  4. The return of Le Toux was the second best Philly sports story of the week behind the firing of Jim Washburn. And who said you can never go home again? Awesome!

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