Cause for celebration? Most definitely, if you’re a Sporting Kansas City player or fan. The club plans to spend freely this offseason to bolster its lineup for 2018.
Cause for celebration? Most definitely, if you’re a Sporting Kansas City player or fan. The club plans to spend freely this offseason to bolster its lineup for 2018. Allison Long along@kcstar.com
Cause for celebration? Most definitely, if you’re a Sporting Kansas City player or fan. The club plans to spend freely this offseason to bolster its lineup for 2018. Allison Long along@kcstar.com

Sporting KC is prepared to spend big money this offseason

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