Which MLS players can you trust with their lives in 2019?

The 2019 MLS season is now less than two months away, but we already have a great idea of the players to look out for in the coming months.

This article will be covering the MLS players with the highest risks of contracting CFS and other disease-related conditions.

It will also look at the players with low risk of contracting these conditions, as well as the players who could be expected to have lower risks of acquiring these conditions.

With all that being said, let’s start with a few names we haven’t seen much of this year.

The following is a list of the top MLS players at high risk of developing CFS or other diseases, along with the likelihood that they’ll develop the condition: 1.

Matt Hedges, Seattle Sounders: Matt Hedgers is currently the top-rated MLS defender and was a part of Seattle’s historic 2016 MLS Cup title run.

He has developed CFS during his time in Seattle, which has affected his performances and the team’s performances.

The Sounders have not yet confirmed that Hedges will be forced to leave the club, but his contract expires in 2020, and Seattle has a strong possibility of retaining him.


Thierry Henry, Sporting Kansas City: The Sporting Kansas and France international has not played in MLS in some time and is still only 28 years old.

His current contract with the MLS club expires at the end of 2020, meaning that the midfielder could be on the market after that season.

However, Henry’s contract will expire after the 2019 season, so it is unclear whether he will still be a Sporting KC player when his contract with KC expires.

If he is, Henry would have an excellent opportunity to sign a new deal before the end and avoid the risk of the risk that could befall him.


Clint Dempsey, Seattle: Dempsey is in his second season in MLS, and he is currently one of the league’s best players.

He recently underwent a back surgery that he said was a success, but he did not play for the Sounders for the entire season, and there are reports that Dempsey could potentially be on his way out of Seattle.

Although Dempsey is unlikely to be out of contract, it is highly unlikely that he will be able to stay in MLS for the full year and have his contract extended to 2021.


Chris Wondolowski, San Jose Earthquakes: Wondolowsi is a former World Cup and CONCACAF Gold Cup winner, and has played in Europe and the United States.

He is not likely to be in MLS any time soon, but if he were to be, he would have to sign with the San Jose team that would have the most cap space to sign him.


Omar Gonzalez, Orlando City SC: The forward has not had any sort of significant injury this season, but it’s safe to say that he could develop CFS if he does not have any sort in the foreseeable future.

Orlando City is a team that has been a mainstay in the top tier of the MLS for years now, and Gonzalez could be one of its most important players in the league.


Omar Holness, New York City FC: Holness is a veteran of both the MLS and CONCIFA levels.

The midfielder has played for New York for two seasons now, including a year in MLS with Sporting Kansas.

Holness has been one of New York’s top performers this season.

He would likely not be a part in MLS until 2022 if he did have to, and it is very possible that he would be forced out of New NY if he was to do so. 7.

Kellyn Acosta, Toronto FC: Acosta has played two seasons in MLS and scored three goals.

He currently plays for the LA Galaxy, and Toronto has not been in the MLS since 2019.

If Acosta were to have to leave MLS this season or not be able, it could be a huge blow for Toronto.


Fabian Castillo, Houston Dynamo: Castillo was a late bloomer in MLS who has played with the LA FC and the Houston Dynamo.

He will be a free agent in the summer of 2020 and could very well be on another team, as he would almost certainly be a top-level player.


Benny Feilhaber, Seattle Seahawks: Feilhal has developed a CFS in the past, but Feilhas only played for one MLS team, Seattle.

He was able to continue his development and earn a contract with Seattle.


Gyasi Zardes, New England Revolution: Zards contract with New England is up in 2021, and the winger has not appeared for the Revolution since 2014.

He could very likely not play in MLS again after 2020 and would be on a high-risk team with a high chance of acquiring CFS.


Cristian Techera, FC Dallas: Techeras contract with FC Dallas expires in 2021. He