Minnesota United FC Preps For Kansas City

May 04, 2017 10:28 AM

Minnesota United FC is off to a relatively slow start at 2-5-2, but hopes to improve their record when the team hosts Kansas City Sunday.

United has only one goal in their last two games, so finishing was a big emphasis this week in practice.

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"We're certainly trying to make the front six aware of their defensive responsibilities. Not sure if that's a true correlation of why we haven't scored. Certainly, the last couple of games I don't think we've been as good attacking wise," said head coach Adrian Heath.

Midfielder Jeb Brovsky, who tore his ACL in his left knee and has fully recovered from a potentially fatal blood clot, has started training with Minnesota. Brovsky is a free agent who's trying to find his way back onto the team.

"It's been a long road. I feel very grateful to be back and be on a team to train with and have some banter with the guys. It's a good atmosphere to be in for me," said Brovsky.

***To see extended interviews w/ United coach Adrian Heath and players, CLICK THE VIDEO BOX ABOVE***

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