LAFC and Forward Josh Perez Mutually Agree to Part Ways
The Los Angeles Football Club (LAFC) and forward Josh Pérez have mutually agreed to part ways, the Club announced today.
In two seasons with LAFC, Pérez played in 15 regular season games (four starts) and one U.S. Open Cup contest, tallying one goal and one assist in 482 minutes.
LAFC kicks off its third MLS campaign with a three-match homestand in the heart of Los Angeles, hosting expansion side Inter Miami CF (3/1), Philadelphia Union (3/8) and Portland Timbers (3/22) at Banc of California Stadium.
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