CINCINNATI – FC Cincinnati have placed forward Fanendo Adi and goalkeeper Jimmy Hague on waivers and have removed both players from the active roster.

Adi, 29, joined FC Cincinnati in the summer of 2018, when the club competed in the USL Championship. The forward made 12 MLS regular-season appearances, including seven starts, scoring one goal for the Orange and Blue in 2019.

Hague, 23, was selected by FC Cincinnati in the second round of the 2019 MLS SuperDraft. The goalkeeper did not make an appearance for the Orange and Blue in 2019. Hague was named to FC Cincinnati’s 18-man matchday roster on 19 occasions in his first professional season.

FC Cincinnati will return to the field for their second MLS season on Sunday, March 1, when the team opens the season on the road against the New York Red Bulls. After a road game at Atlanta United FC on Saturday, March 7, FCC will open its 2020 home slate on Saturday, March 14, when the team hosts D.C. United at Nippert Stadium in a 5:30 p.m. game.

Season Ticket Memberships are still available for purchase and start at $230 per ticket. A 2020 Season Ticket Membership also secures fans’ place on the club’s priority list, which will be utilized when sales begin in the new West End Stadium for the 2021 season. Information about all 2020 ticket options – season tickets, multiple-game options, group tickets and individual-game tickets – is available at or by calling 513-977-5425 (KICK).

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TRANSACTION: FC Cincinnati place forward Fanendo Adi and goalkeeper Jimmy Hague on waivers on Jan. 17, 2020