Taylor Booth has become the latest MLS teen to join Bayern Munich, putting pen to paper on a 3 1/2-year deal.The 17-year-old attacking midfielder moves from Real Salt Lake, after Chris Richards from Dallas and Alphonso Davies from Vancouver in signing with the Bundesliga champions. Newcastle pulls off club-, MLS-record deal for Atlanta United’s Miguel Almiron “Being here in Munich at the Bayern campus and taking the next steps in my development makes me very proud.”Booth is a United States Under-18 international and Bayern campus manager Jochen Sauer expects him to have a bright future.”We see a lot of potential in Taylor,” he said. “He is a talented young player, and we look forward to working with him to develop his talent further.” USMNT 2019: Goalkeeper Zack Steffen fueled by more than determination Welcome to the #FCBayern family, Taylor! #MiaSanMia pic.twitter.com/NGaGlMIEAC— FC Bayern US (@FCBayernUS) January 31, 2019Bayern boss Niko Kovac confirmed earlier Thursday that the club’s pursuit of Chelsea teen Callum Hudson-Odoi has been paused.”We will no longer be active in the transfer market,” Kovac told a press conference. “The teams do not want to let their players leave. We have a good and big squad.”Franck [Ribery] and Arjen [Robben] have been training, so I have to leave one, two at home anyway. That’s why it does not make sense for us to get three or four more players.” Booth will be selected for Bayern’s Under-23 training camp in Dallas before linking up with the club’s Under-19 squad.”I’m very happy with this next step in my career,” Booth said. “Bayern are one of the largest clubs in the world. Related News
Can a zombie run three miles? Purists claim that their bodies are far too decayed for running, much less long-distance running. And yet, behind the fields of Endeavor Elementary School, a breed of enhanced zombies laced up their sneakers and ran in search of human flesh. Run2Survive was one of three events Saturday in support of the Evergreen School District Foundation. It was the first time Energy Events, which also sponsors the Vancouver USA Marathon, jumped onboard the zombie run fad, said race director Brian Davis. The foundation gets most of its money for scholarships and grants from a spring gala. Park Llafet, vice president of fundraising, said he wanted to add a fall fundraiser that was more geared toward the community.Survivors took off at dusk with a two-minute head start on the impending horde of the undead. The zombies ran wearing what they died in: hospital scrubs, tutus and pajamas. Some had the foresight to put on compression capris and running jerseys before their untimely demise.Although winner Dan McElrath finished in just 18 minutes, he did not survive. Being ahead of the pack turned out to be a disadvantage; he was ambushed by zombies hiding out along the course who jumped out of the bushes and snatched both of his red lifeline flags.