FC Cincinnati general manager Gerard Nijkamp continues his roster build amid challenges of a global pandemic. Photo provided by FC Cincinnati. FC Cincinnati general manager Gerard Nijkamp recognizes there are now time pressures with the league announcing an April starting date this week, but he continues to preach patience as he and his staff try
Photo provided by FC Cincinnati When Franko Kovacevic found out he was joining FC Cincinnati on loan from Hoffenheim, it was “a little bit strange” to know he likely would only play one or two games before breaking for the offseason. Still, the 21-year-old forward made the most of the experience and noted that the
FC Cincinnati hasn't made any additions to the roster since the turn of the calendar year, but there's movement among former players. Meanwhile, Jurgen Locadia's loan status remains unchanged despite the club's uncertainty on when the preseason and season will begin.
MLSPA executive director Bob Foose spoke to media to address MLS commissioner Don Garber's comments the day prior indicating there was a 30-day window for CBA talks. Foose said there is no "magical deadline."
General manager Gerard Nijkamp is working on his first full roster build with FC Cincinnati this offseason. Photo courtesy of FC Cincinnati. FC Cincinnati general manager Gerard Nijkamp knows fans are anxious for some new player signings to start pouring in. He wants to see that too, he said Wednesday, but he also needs to