ATLANTA, GEORGIA—Sensing urgency with regards to the recent lackluster performance of Atlanta United FC, United FC president Darren Eales has vowed to do some moves to further improve the team.
In a recent interview with 92.9 The Game this week, Eales revealed they are set to use the coming transfer window to make some moves to improve the team who is having a hard time winning as of late.
“It’s too early in terms of panicking, but that doesn’t mean we’re not going to look to improve the squad,” Eales said.
“We’ve got another opportunity with the window coming up and the ability to try to make some moves,” Eales added.
Making a move in the transfer window has been a clamor for the team who is currently 10th in the Eastern Conference.
In its last game on June 27 at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, the home team suffered a scoreless draw against the visiting New York Red Bulls.
While the team failed to achieve a win, it is still happy since they were able to extend their home unbeaten streak in league play to five matches.
Playing in front of its 42,575 fans, the United played solid from the get-go but the Red Bulls defense is just too hard to crack.
The visiting Red Bulls also played superbly in the game but United veteran goalkeeper Brad Guzan foiled all their goal attempts.
Guzan has a solid performance in the game as he recorded four saves to post his third clean sheet of the regular season.
United (2-2-6, 12 points) hopes to get back to its winning ways when they visit Chicago Fire FC at Soldier Field on July 3 (8:00 p.m. ET, Bally Sports South, Sports Radio 92-9 The Game, La Mejor).

By bob

A veteran soccer journalist who is an avid fan of Atlanta United and Lionel Messi.