Inter Miami Roster OR

Inter Miami Roster OR

Inter Miami Roster:

Inter Miami have announced the roster for their new Major League Soccer franchise. "The construction of the roster is also an opportunity for 'trying out new talent,' according to manager Matias Almeyda, who's hoping to build a team of players under contract, not just those on loan from parent club River Plate".



On May 28, 2021, MLS announced that it would sanction Inter Miami CF, owner Jorge Mas, and former sporting director Paul McDonough for violating roster rules during the 2020 season. The club had signed Blaise Matuidi and Andrés Reyes using targeted allocation money (TAM) to comply with salary cap requirements and avoid using its three Designated Player slots, but were found to have exceeded the TAM maximum of $1.61 million per player. MLS fined the club $2 million and reduced its allocation dollars by $2.27 million for the 2022 and 2023 seasons, while Mas was fined $250,000 and McDonough was suspended from league activities through the end of the 2022 season.The club's name has been the subject of a trademark dispute with Italian club Inter Milan, which had filed a claim with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for the protected use of "Inter" in 2014. MLS filed an objection to the trademark claim in April 2019, arguing that the name "Inter" was generic due to its use by other clubs and could not be claimed exclusively.

The new training complex consist of over 30 acres (12 ha) of grass and green space, that will include various amenities such as a park, youth soccer fields, and a community center. Upon completion, the complex is used as the permanent training facilities for all levels of Inter Miami's teams ranging from their Youth Academy teams and USL League One team to the first team that plays in MLS. On October 9, 2019, the club announced that they will be fielding a reserve team in the third tier of US Soccer, USL League One. This team allows the club to prepare future players with quality competition in hopes of being called up to the first team. The unnamed League One Miami team will train at the training facilities of Inter Miami CF Stadium.Mabika was brought in under similar circumstances earlier this month via use of that regulation, which allows teams to temporarily add players to their squads if there are fewer than 16 outfield players available for selection. He started and went the distance afterwards in his Inter Miami debut, a 1-0 loss to the New York Red Bulls on Oct. 9. (Source: miamitotalfutbol.substack.com)



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