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Kirby back with the Blues

Miami FC's most dependable defensive player from last year will be back with the team for a second season, the Blues announced Tuesday.

Zach Kirby, who started 23 games and was voted the fans' Player of the Year, will return to Miami FC's back line in 2010.

The Blues also announced that they have come to terms with Miami Kendall's Bryan Perez, a Costa Rican-born midfielder who is the all-time University of Missouri Kansas City leader in goals (29), shots on goal (160) and games (78).

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This is critical.

We must make our voices heard.

We must ensure that we get MLS, the major league instead of NASL, the minor league.

If this stadium deal goes through we are stuck with minor league soccer and Traffic's business model of selling players when they get good forever.

MLS will never return to South Florida if this goes through.

PLEASE STOP TRAFFIC FROM DESTROYING SOCCER IN SOUTH FLORIDA. STOP MIAMI FC FROM BUYING FORT LAUDERDALE STADIUM!

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