Here’s how FC Cincinnati is spending its money under GM Chris Albright

When the Major League Soccer Players Association revealed its league-wide salary data in 2021, FC Cincinnati was revealed to be one of the top-spending clubs when it came to player wages. 

At the time, on-field results were lacking. The appearance of spending big to little effect was an uncomfortable one for the club.

On Tuesday, the MLSPA put forth its first of two salary-data dumps for 2022, and it showed an improving situation for FC Cincinnati with the impact of first-year General Manager Chris Albright already being felt. 

The FC Cincinnati of today as reflected by the latest dataset reflects a middle-of-the-pack spender – Cincinnati’s wage bill makes it the No. 12 MLS team in terms of payroll – that’s finally seeing a return on investment on the field.

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