Warshaw: FC Cincinnati have more than enough talent to compete in MLS

After FC Cincinnati's 2-0 defeat at the hands of the Philadelphia Union on Wednesday, FCC's fourth straight loss, head coach Alan Koch publicly stated his team's need for talent upgrades in order to keep pace in MLS. 

"Luke [Sassano, FCC's technical director] and his staff are trying to find additional players," Koch said. "We’ve only had one window as a club. We have another window coming up where we need to find additional players to improve the group. I think we’re very aware of it. It’s a project. You can’t play a group like Philly tonight and they’ve got quality players."

But MLSsoccer.com's Bobby Warshaw sees it differently, as he explained in the latest edition of Extratime. 


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