Stars Falling Right Out of MLS' Sky

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The growing list of talent leaving MLS this offseason reads like the beginning of a Best XI honor roll. Plenty of star power is departing for an array of reasons, and that is not a positive as the league heads into its 18th season.

Brek Shea's prospective move from FC Dallas to Stoke City would be just the latest in a series of high-profile departures from the league that depends heavily on its superstars for exposure, fan relations and stability.

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