The United Beat
The rookie forward left the 2-1 loss against the Los Angeles Galaxy this past weekend late in the first half with a groin injury.
Minnesota United's rookie forward has former teammates on the Los Angeles Galaxy.
The starting 11 against the Los Angeles Galaxy is the same one from the past two matches.
Surprise, surprise, Ibson's at the top of the gaffer's list.
Los Angeles is tied with United in the Western Conference with 11 points, one spot out of playoff contention.
The two teams will now meet four times this year.
Minnesota United will travel to Atlanta United on Oct. 3 at the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The match was originally Aug. 13, but Atlanta postponed several matches because of continued construction.
Bobby Shuttleworth endured a kick to the face in the 2-0 win against Sporting Kansas City on May 7 but stayed in the match and also played against Toronto.
The Brazilian, according to Loons coach Adrian Heath, is arguably the "best footballer" with whom he has ever worked.
The Costa Rican midfielder was absent during Wednesday's session after coach Adrian Heath him to "stay away" and "clear his head."
"He's very frustrated at this moment in time," said Loons coach Adrian Heath. Venegas was replaced in the starting 11 for Sunday's game by top draft pick Abu Danladi.
Two days removed from the boot-to-face collision in the 2-0 win against Sporting Kansas City, Bobby Shuttleworth is less bloody but more blue with his two black eyes.
Major League Soccer's primary transfer window closes Monday.
The rookie takes the place of Johan Venegas in the starting lineup against Sporting Kansas City.
The right-back was sick ahead of Minnesota United's 12:30 p.m. Sunday clash with Sporting Kansas City.
Midfielder Rasmus Schuller has battled a hip injury the past several weeks.
The center-back, initially on loan for about a month to the United Soccer League's Pittsburgh Riverhounds, now might not be back until the U.S. Open Cup competition that starts in June.
Minnesota United FC is still training indoors at the National Sports Center, despite it being a 55-degree and sunny Tuesday in May. Here's why.
Coach Adrian Heath said his team was "better than" a 1-0 defeat to the San Jose Earthquakes.
With last week's success and no injuries, coach Adrian Heath hasn't made any changes for the first time in eight matches.