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Thomas Chacon, the Loons' 19-year-old Uruguayan newcomer, adjusts to America as he and the team take the soccer slowly.
Loons players depart with no worries, as MLS playoffs no longer conflict with FIFA break.
Seattle on Sunday topped the Loons 1-0 and Houston's victory over LA Galaxy put Minnesota into fourth place and a home playoff date.
Sunday's 1-0 loss at Seattle determined who'd finish second and earn conceivably two home playoff games.
The Loons will secure at least one home playoff game if they win or possibly if they tie Sunday in Ozzie Alonso's return to Seattle, where he starred for a decade.
Newcomers to this year's team dot several MLS categories, led by former Defender of the Year Ike Opara, who is a threat to win it again.
Before Minnesota United plays the first playoff game in its MLS history in two weeks, it will play another Sunday at Seattle.Win and the Loons…
The veteran striker came on after halftime in a 1-1 tie against LAFC on Sunday and gave the team a boost.
The grass, hurt by a drainage issue, will be replaced and is expected to be ready for mid-October appointments.
Michael Boxall's header in the game's 75th minute was the equalizer after LAFC star Carlos Vela tied MLS's single-season scoring record by getting his 31st goal in the 67th minute.