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Matheus Rossetto Has to be Ice Cold in 2022

2021 League Games: 21 matches, 15 started at 1405 minutes, 90.8% pass percentage. Matheus Rossetto was a bit a bit of a conundrum for Atlanta United in 2021. He spent a vast majority of the first half of the season out due to personal reasons, COVID quarantine, and a hamstring injury. He even admitted that he had trouble adapting to MLS because of the whirlwind of happenings. When he arrived back into the first team he was naturally a bit rocky, but his play became much cleaner as he consistently started games in the latter half of the season, including in Atlanta’s loss to NYCFC in the playoffs. In fact, he finished 2021 as one of the top passers in the league, literally ranked just below MLS veteran and now-fellow midfielder Ozzie Alonso.
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Matheus Rossetto secures U.S. green card, vacates international roster spot

Atlanta United is one step closer to clearing any potential international spot issues after the club confirmed midfielder Matheus Rossetto has obtained a U.S. green card and will no longer occupy one of Atlanta United’s international spots. Atlanta loaned Rossetto out to the club’s USL team in order to secure...
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Atlanta United’s Matheus Rossetto obtains U.S. Green Card

Atlanta United today announced midfielder Matheus Rossetto has obtained his U.S. green card and no longer occupies an international spot on the club’s roster. Rossetto, 24, joined Atlanta United Feb. 3, 2020 when the club acquired him from Brazil’s Athletico Paranaense. In his first season in MLS, Rossetto made 10 starts across 15 league appearances. He also made two substitute appearances in Scotiabank Concacaf Champions League play in the Quarterfinals against Club América.
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Matheus Rossetto obtains U.S. Green Card

Atlanta United today announced midfielder Matheus Rossetto has obtained his U.S. green card and no longer occupies an international spot on the club’s roster. Rossetto, 24, joined Atlanta United Feb. 3, 2020 when the club acquired him from Brazil’s Athletico Paranaense. In his first season in MLS, Rossetto made 10 starts across 15 league appearances. He also made two substitute appearances in Scotiabank Concacaf Champions League play in the Quarterfinals against Club América.
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Heinze: Matheus Rossetto is traveling to Brazil for “personal reasons”

Many Atlanta United fans have noticed in recent days that one of last year’s first team regulars, Matheus Rossetto, has been missing from the team as the squad has participated in friendly competitions in the lead-up to the 2021 campaign. Manager Gabriel Heinze, speaking with reporters Saturday afternoon, explained why...
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