Audi Recap July 18

Audi Sunday Recap: Kaká Up For All-Star Captain; Ashe Makes His Debut

Brek Shea Undergoes Successful Sports Hernia Surgery
Earlier this week, Orlando City star midfielder Brek Shea underwent successful surgery to repair a sports hernia, which had been nagging him for several weeks. "As the official medical provider for Orlando City SC, we're very pleased to confirm Brek's surgery was a success," said Daryl Osbahr, Orlando City's physician and chief of sports medicine for Orlando Health. "We look forward to helping Brek rehabilitate, and like all Orlando City fans, see him return to the pitch at full strength and in full health soon."
Read: Orlando City SC’s Brek Shea has sports hernia surgery operation, anticipated to return to action this season

West Brom Friendly Featured Father – Son Coaching Duel
Orlando City assistant coach Anthony Pulis faced his father and West Brom head coach, Tony Pulis, in the clubs’ friendly on Wednesday. Pulis has always been inspired by his father’s career, and coaching under Adrian Heath, who’s offensive tactics contrast those of Pulis’ father, have given him a “best of both worlds” scenario.
Read: Orlando City’s Anthony Pulis inspired by father Tony Pulis’ career

Orlando City Acquires Corey Ashe from Houston Dynamo
In a move to bolster a depleted lineup, Orlando City traded for Houston Dynamo left back Corey Ashe. Ashe is a nine-year MLS veteran and former MLS Cup champion. He was also part of the United States 2013 Gold Cup-winning roster.
Read: Orlando City acquires left back Corey Ashe from Houston Dynamo

Kaká Up for All-Star Captain
You can vote to make Orlando City’s captain the captain of the MLS All-Star team for their game against Tottenham Hotspur. The other candidates are Toronto FC midfielder Michael Bradley and LA Galaxy forward Robbie Keane. Learn how to vote by clicking here!
Vote: Vote Kaká for MLS All-Star Captain on Snapchat


September 11, 2020: Major League Soccer has announced the 2020 regular season schedule through the end of September. From September 18-27, each MLS club will compete in three regular season matches. Additional 2020 MLS regular season matches will be announced pending further developments regarding travel protocols. Attendance at matches will be determined in accordance with applicable state and local guidelines.