It’s a big announcement. But it’s not. It’s predictable. It’s foreseen. It’s been prepared for. Hopefully what it means is a proper way for George John to set his injury straight and find his way back onto a field. Or not. Surgeries get complicated, as do recoveries. This could be the start of an even […]
Just yesterday, the Union front office held a press conference to release a “major announcement.” It came as no surprise that the pressor was held to formally reveal the signing of World Cup goalkeeper, Rais M’Bolhi.
When Real Salt Lake last faced off against the New York Red Bulls, the teams’ game day rosters made the match look like an intrasquad scrimmage: the match marked the first and only time last season that RSL would face off against former teammates Fabian Espindola, Jonny Steele, and Jamison Olave. Tonight’s game won’t have […]
The guys discuss the moves in Montreal and Philadelphia, what to expect from NYCFC, playoff predictions, and all kinds of other off topic banter. (sorry the camera stayed on Dustyn the whole time)
After settling for a draw on the road against Toronto and Real Salt Lake, the Whitecaps returned home to face FC Dallas who is enjoying a run of strong performances. Vancouver has been a solid team all season and I believe they are still one of the many teams still capable of earning a playoff […]
Some games teach you something. They give you an idea of a team’s quality, what they’re capable of, which direction they’re heading. Some games are 3-0 drubbings that are best forgotten with a stiff drink.
Emerging from the trenches with a point, Oscar Pareja and his men can be pleased with their performance Sunday evening. A point against Vancouver, one of the more attacking sides in MLS and one that has only lost twice at home this year, is nothing to scoff at. Dropping a lead after toiling through an […]
When Sporting Kansas City went up north of the border into Canada to face Toronto FC, SKC hadn’t lost an away game since May 31. That was also their last regular season loss. In what’s their “tough stretch” of the season due to missing Graham Zusi and Matt Besler to the World Cup and all […]
The New England Revolution extended their losing streak to eight straight on Saturday night as they were downed 2-1 by the Columbus Crew. The most recent loss largely followed the plot of the previous seven as the Revs conceded a first half goal in the 43rd minute. The goal came after Darrius Barnes, who replaced […]
It’s a weekend of meaningless international friendlies in MLS, and the Sounders are off until a big “Monday Night Football” showdown with the LA Galaxy, so it seems like a good time for a midseason progress report.
Coming off their first win in four weeks, the Portland Timbers visit Stade Saputo this Sunday, July 27th at 5 PM PT to face the struggling Montreal Impact. This is the first meeting between the two clubs since March 9th, 2013 when the Impact defeated Portland 2-1. With the Impact in the midst of a […]
In their second meeting of the season, defending champs Sporting Kansas City (10-5-5), currently seeded 1st in the Eastern Conference, will travel north of the border to face off against 3rd place Toronto FC (7-5-5) at BMO Field tonight.
On Thursday morning Vancouver Whitecap captain Jay DeMerit announced his retirement in an open letter to fans. This confirmation comes after multiple members of Vancouver’s media reported the news last night.
New MLS club New York City FC have signed their second designated player in English midfielder Frank Lampard. The former Chelsea man joins Spanish striker David Villa at the new New York City club which begins MLS play in 2015. With Lampard and Villa signed, many will look for Jason Kreis’ club to make a […]
The road wasn’t kind to the New England Revolution as they suffered consecutive losses to the LA Galaxy and FC Dallas. The defeats extended the Revolution’s losing streak to seven straight, which is club’s longest in the post-shootout era (2000-present). The Revolution’s busy week started in Carson, California as they faced the Galaxy in a […]